There is a cute little surprise for everyone, Boss Baby is back with a sequel and it is called The Boss Baby: Family Business. This show was released in 2017 and received a lot of commercial success and wide acclaim from the audience, even though the critics rated it average.
It grossed $528 Million worldwide against the budget of $125 million and proved to be a super hit.
The Boss Baby 2 trailer:
Yes, Dream Works Animation has released the trailer for the much-awaited animated family comedy and it is a laughter riot that gives mild hints at “Ninja babies”.
Check out the trailer right here.
The Boss Baby 2 Cast.
The movie features following voice artists Alec Baldwin as Theodore Lindsey “Ted” Templeton Jr./Boss Baby, James Marsden as Timothy Leslie “Tim” Templeton and Amy Sedaris as Tina Templeton/New Boss Baby in pivotal characters. Other characters include:
- Ariana Greenblatt as Tabitha Templeton
- Eva Longoria as Carol Templeton
- Jimmy Kimmel as Ted Templeton Sr.
- Lisa Kudrow as Janice Templeton
- Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Erwin Armstrong
The Boss Baby 2 plot
The story continues to revolve around Tim Templeton and his baby brother Ted Templeton (boss baby) who have now become grown adults and have moved apart. Tim is a married man and now a dad to seven-year-old Tabitha and infant Tina.
Tabitha is a huge fan of her uncle Ted and wants to own a business just like him which concerns Tim as he wants his daughter to enjoy her childhood instead of working so hard. Uncle Ted finally visits the family and now is the CEO of Hedge Fund.
To the surprise of brothers Tim and Ted, Tina is (wait for it) the new boss baby of BabyCorp and asks for help from Tim and Ted to track down an evil mastermind named Dr. Erwin Armstrong, who is running a mission to teach kids to become “very bad babies”.
Also, BabyCorp has created a formula to change adults into babies for 48 hours. Therefore, the Templeton brothers turn back into babies and help Tina avert the crisis.
The Boss Baby 2 release date.
The film is scheduled to be released on March 26, 2021, theatrically by Universal Pictures.