Film trailer: 'Happy Feet Two' with Pink and Elijah Wood
Wednesday 27 July 2011
The second trailer for the animated kids' adventure
Happy Feet Two was released July 26, revealing more of the tap dancing penguins' story.
Mumble and Gloria have a son, Erik, who is searching for his own talent - he'd rather fly than dance.
Meanwhile, new dangers are afoot in the Emperor Penguin world and everyone must dance together to save the day.
Song performances include "Mama Said Knock You Out" and "Sexy Back."
Elijah Wood voices Mumble and Pink aka Alecia Moore portrays Gloria. Also Brad Pitt and Matt Damon join in as the Krills and other featured actors include Robin Williams and Sofia Vergara in the film directed by George Miller.
Happy Feet Two is slated for 3D release on November 18 in North America, Russia, Thailand and Singapore, then the Netherlands and Argentina November 23-24. In December it rolls out to the UK, France, Sweden, Hong Kong and other markets.
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