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Avengers star Ariana Greenblatt and Friends’ Lisa Kudrow in Boss Baby 2!

Much-anticipated sequel to the Oscar-nominated family comedy is set years later when the Templeton brothers have grown up and drifted apart

Francine Wolfisz is the Features Editor for Jewish News.

Boss Baby 2!
Boss Baby 2!

Avengers actress Ariana Greenblatt and Friends star Lisa Kudrow feature in DreamWorks animation Boss Baby 2, which released its first trailer this week.

The much-anticipated sequel to the Oscar-nominated family comedy is set years later when the Templeton brothers – Tim (James Marsden, X-Men franchise)  and his Boss Baby little bro Ted (Alec Baldwin) – have become adults and drifted away from each other.

While Ted has become a hedge fund CEO, Tim is married to Carol (Eva Longoria) and is a stay-at-home dad to super-smart seven-year-old daughter Tabitha (Greenblatt) and adorable new infant Tina (Amy Sedaris). 

But when Tina reveals she’s actually a top-secret agent for BabyCorp on a mission to uncover the dark secrets behind Tabitha’s school and its mysterious founder, Dr Edwin Armstrong (Jeff Goldblum), the brothers are brought closer together than they have been in years.

Boss Baby 2 will be released in the UK next spring

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