Happy Feet 2 (2011)

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Those crazy penguins are back! (I could totally slogans for the poster) Happy Feet 2 is the sequel to the 2006 hit Happy Feet, both directed by Mad Max director George Miller.


The success of the first film, along with its eco-friendly message, has attracted Brad Pitt and Matt Damon to the sequel. We can only hope that Brittany Murphy will still be able to provide her voice for the film, overcoming her recent death.

Happy Feet 2 Script

Happy Feet was a combination of the ugly duckling and Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer with a cheesy save the earth message shoehorned in, so expect the second film to follow a similar (i.e. unoriginal except done with penguins) story.

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Who’s It For?

G or PG

Movie Release Date

18 November 2011

Who’s In It?

No doubt the entire roster of the Pittsburgh Penguins will lend their voices, then rounding out the cast is:

Elijah Wood … Mumble
Elizabeth Daily … Erik
Robin Williams … Lovelace/Ramón
Carlos Alazraqui … Nestor
Johnny A. Sanchez … Lombardo
Lombardo Boyar … Raul
Jeffrey Garcia … Rinaldo
Brad Pitt
Matt Damon
Hank Azaria
Sofía Vergara

Related Movies

Happy Feet, Toy Story 3, Cars 2.

What’s Good About It?

Animate films can be great, such as Up and The Incredibles. George Miller is an old pro at this point, and he may knock one out of the park.

What’s Bad About It?

Hmmm… Dancing penguins, singing, Robin Williams, unnecessary 3D. Nope, nothing bad there.

Our Clever Prediction

Happy Feet 2 will take a decidedly darker turn, with George Miller exorcising his athlete’s foot demons. The inevitable third in the series will be titled “Happy Feet 3: Three Feet of Throbbing Happiness.” Which of course, will anger parents while simultaneously thrilling me.

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