Sing 2 Universal and Illumination discovered posters for Sing 2. The primary poster also shows Bono’s mega-celebrity Clay Calloway, who is a lion rock superstar. The movie is a follow-up to 2016’s hit Sing and features Matthew McConaughey returning, Taron Egerton. Reese Witherspoon. Scarlett Johansson. Nick Kroll. Seth MacFarlane. Garth Jennings. The sequel will be released in theaters on December 22, after 4 years of improvement and production.
Sing 2 will feature the positive koala Buster Moon, who is on the lookout for his super-celebrity cast of performers to present a new show at the Crystal Tower Theater in Redshore City.
He and the group must sneak into Crystal Entertainment offices to win the attention of Jimmy Crystal, the ruthless tycoon. Bobby Cannavale, a franchise newcomer, is helping to voice his concerns. Buster must create a new show with Clay Calloway, a reclusive rock superstar mega-celebrity, to win his support and save his existence. He will take Buster on an adventure to find Clay and deal with each Crystal, as well as his spoilt daughter, Porsche. This is all via Halsey.
Sing 2 Character posters reveal first look at Bono’s Lion Rock Star
Universal and Illumination released individual posters for Sing 2 six months ago to announce the premiere of the trailer. The primary look at Clay, Bono’s super-mega celebrity lion rock star Clay, has been revealed.
Although it rose to stardom with Despicable Me, Illumination truly shined with its primary Sing. It combined a few suitable animations with a heartwarming story and lively soundtrack to draw audiences in. The film was nominated for a Golden Globe nomination for Best Animated Feature Film. Although some animations can be left out of the sequel, there are enough to keep the original film’s appeal intact for the next movie.
The long improvement period spent on Sing 2 should optimistically translate into writer/director Jennings turning in another riveting tale for audiences.
Although Bono may be trying to appear in a prominent position for the first time, 2007’s Across the Universe might give some pauses. However, he does offer some promising performances from the U2 frontman. The primary trailer will arrive tomorrow so audiences can see Calloway moving.