It’s almost show time! Check Out These New Singing 2 Posters [first look]


Fans last saw our talented group of animal friends in To sing five years ago! After some slight delays due to the pandemic and the temporary closure of Illumination Mac Guff, the curtain is reopening. In preparation for Sing 2, Universal Images and Lighting have new posters to excite fans.

Two new Sing 2, have fallen today. Take a look below and get excited!

Poster # 1

Sing 2 Poster # 1

In the first poster of Shadow Series Art, we see the voice actors of our favorite singing animals alongside their animated parts. Sing 2 the return of the casting is Matthew McConaughey like Buster the Koala, Reese witherspoon like Rosita the pig, Scarlett johansson like Ash the Porcupine and Taron Egerton like Johnny the Gorilla, to name a few. Ready to join this already star-studded cast are Bono like Clay Calloway the Lion, Pharrell williams like Alphonse the elephant, Halsey like Porsha the wolf, and Bobby Cannavale, as the antagonist Jimmy Crystal the Wolf. Who are you most excited about?


Sing 2 Poster # 2

The second Sing 2 the poster only shows us the animated creatures when they take the stage. In the trailer, we see that the team has to prepare for their big show, but will that be enough to save the theater?

Sing 2 takes us into the world of animal shows. With the first part, Buster was able to save his failing theater. Now he intends to perform at the Crystal Tower Theater. The problem is, animal artists try to sneak in because they have no real connection. That’s when Buster comes up with the brilliant idea of ​​promising Clay Calloway, who no one has seen for fifteen years, to play alongside them. Oh, and did I mention, Buster doesn’t even know Clay Calloway ?! But, he has to keep his promise, or he not only loses his show, but he loses his life as well. Ouch!

Intended to be exclusively in cinemas, Sing 2 released on December 22sd, 2021. So grab a mic, put on your dancing shoes and enjoy a good family movie this holiday season.

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