|Directed by||:||Thurop Van Orman||Produced by||:||John Cohen||Based on||:||Angry Birds by Rovio Entertainment||Starring||:||Tiffany Haddish, Peter Dinklage, Dove Cameron, Awkwafina, Bill Hader, Rachel Bloom||Production company||:||Rovio Animation, Sony Pictures Animation||Country||:||United States|
The Angry Birds Movie 2 is a 2019 Attention fans of Nicki Minaj! The 36-year-old American rapper will be part of the movie 'The Angry Birds Movie 2'. According to Variety magazine, Nicki will be the voice of one of the animated characters, although it has not yet been revealed from whom. Note that this film will be released on August 16, 2019.
Nicki Minaj will work with other celebrities such as Eugenio Derbez, Jason Sudeikis, Leslie Jones, Rachel Bloom, Peter Dinklage, Josh Gad, Bill Hader, Danny McBride, Awkwafina and Zach Woods in the second film of 'Angry Birds'.
The first film of 'Angry Birds', released in 2016, was a total success in the world. It collected 350 million dollars in the world, including 107.5 million dollars in the United States.
read the new trailer of 'Angry Birds 2: The movie', in which birds and pigs will have to leave their differences to face a threat called Zeta, the leader of an icy island that is ready to wipe out everything.
The appearance of a third island will disrupt the lives of the inhabitants of the Pájaro and Cerdo Islands. Red is still the great local hero after defeating Leonard, King Pig. Everything seems to be the same, the temperamental birds continue to get on badly with green pigs.
But everything will change when the evil Zeta appears, tired of living on an icy island, will try to devastate both islands and conquer them. This will force the birds and pigs to work together to defend themselves against this unexpected cold that is approaching them. It seems that winter does not just come to Westeros.
The parade of movie stars at the Cannes Film Festival had an unorthodox start on Monday with a crowd of huge, fluffy birds grabbing attention on the boulevard de la Croisette, launching the sequel to "Angry Birds."
On the eve of the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival, which officially begins on Tuesday with the premiere of Jim Jarmusch's zombie film "The Dead Do not Die," the producers of the animated film celebrated their planned launch for early of August.