The release date for the sequel to the 2016 animated musical comedy film, Sing, is finally here! On December 20th, we will see Buster Moon and his friends return on a new adventure. What can we expect from this movie? Well, it’s been confirmed that there will be at least one original song by Stevie Wonder. There are also rumors of other famous artists making appearances as well. It sounds like this movie might have something for everyone!
Sing, an animated film released in 2016, thrilled audiences with a blend of excellent acting, music, and a creative plot. In many families, this film became a regular program; as much as the kids liked it, the adults did not mind it playing over and over. With such a fantastic cast and five long years of anticipation, the interest among fans has grown for Sing 2. It’s likely to be shown in the cinema.
The sequel was previously intended to be released on Christmas Day in 2020, and then on July 2, 2021. But it may be released on December 22, 2021. The film’s release was delayed by almost a year due to the COVID-19 epidemic. Unfortunately, this was not the only film to be affected; many future projects were also impacted.
Sing 2 will premiere exclusively in movie theaters, thus it will not be available on over-the-top platforms. Most of them, if not all, are produced by Universal Pictures and subsequently made available on Netflix. Let’s hope this family-friendly film has the same fortune. It has been revealed that Sing 2 will be available to rent or purchase through video on demand at least six weeks after its premiere.
Expected Cast & Characters
- Matthew McConaughey– Buster
- Reese Witherspoon- Rosita
- Scarlett Johansson- Ash
- Taron Egerton– Johnny
- Tori Kelly- Meena
- Nick Kroll- Gunter
- Bobby Cannavale
- Bono Halsey
- Pharrell Williams
- Letitia Wright
- Eric Andre
- Chelsea Peretti
The second film’s plot will pick up where the first one left off. Buster Moon and his crew are eager to put on a stage performance, but they still need the star. Buster Moon will star in this film, which will focus on how he persuaded a rockstar to join his band. This is a story about an excellent rockstar that has been taken from us too soon. The title is derived from the Mike Oldfield song “The Globalist.” This storyline takes place approximately three years after the events in “My Friend Ben.” In this part, Bono plays the role of this rockstar. Let’s see if Buster Moon is up to the task. The 64th annual Coca-Cola Christmas in July celebration will be held on Friday, July 14 at 7 p.m., and it will feature a fantastic set of performances that will provide an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
Is the Trailer out?
The trailer, which lasts three minutes and 38 seconds, provides us with a sneak peek at the film. Jimmy Crystal is the first to start the process. He’s taking auditions for his program. He listens to a lot of musicians, but he doesn’t appear to be moved by any of them. Finally, Buster Moon and his crew make their way to the stage, with Crystal remarking that he wants his program to be engaging.
Busters Moon recognized this and stated that he would bring back Lion Clay Calloway for a performance. Calloway becomes ecstatic when she learns that Crystal is one of her child’s favorite artists. This is Buster and his crew’s tale of how they tried to return Calloway home. Stay connected to our website for further information. Also, remember to provide your comments and questions in the comments area.