Mumble's son, Erik, is struggling to realize his talents in the Emperor Penguin world. Meanwhile, Mumble and his family and friends discover a new threat their home -- one that will take everyone working together to save them.

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George Miller, Gary Eck (co-director) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Carlos Alazraqui ... Nestor (voice)
Lombardo Boyar ... Raul (voice)
Jeffrey Garcia ... Rinaldo (voice) (as Jeff Garcia)
Johnny A. Sanchez ... Lombardo (voice) (as Johnny Sanchez III)
Sofía Vergara ... Carmen (voice)
Robin Williams ... Ramon / Lovelace (voice)
Elijah Wood ... Mumble (voice)
Pink ... Gloria (voice) (as Alicia Moore 'P!nk')
Ava Acres ... Erik (voice)
Benjamin Flores Jr. ... Atticus (voice) (as Benjamin 'Lil P-Nut' Flores) (as Jr.)
Meibh Campbell ... Bo (voice)
Common ... Seymour (voice)
Magda Szubanski ... Miss Viola (voice)
Hugo Weaving ... Noah the Elder (voice)
Brad Pitt ... Will the Krill (voice)
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Storyline

Mumble the penguin has a problem: his son Erik, who is reluctant to dance, encounters The Mighty Sven, a penguin who can fly! Things get worse for Mumble when the world is shaken by powerful forces, causing him to brings together the penguin nations and their allies to set things right. Written by Anonymous

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Every step counts.


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Rated PG for some rude humor and mild peril | See all certifications »

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Brad Pitt's third time voice acting in a theatrical film after Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003) and Megamind (2010), as well as his first to not be from DreamWorks Animation. See more »

Goofs

At the end of Happy Feet when Mumble joins his family again with the tracker on his back, Mumble looses a lot of his fluff to the point where his "bowtie" has disappeared. In this movie, all of the fluff that he lost in the first movie has somehow grown back. See more »

Quotes

Ramon: [falling and reciting his name] My name is Ramón, Ramón Carlos Boyer García Sánchez Santa María La Niña Pinta Pacífico Beni...
[hits the ground]
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Crazy Credits

At the very end of the credits, we see the background usually reserved for Porky Pig in the Looney Toon cartoons. Instead of Porky, it's Sven, who says, "Ja, the Svend", as the words The Svend appears in script beneath him. See more »

Connections

Referenced in Shameful Sequels: Tappy Toes (2018) See more »

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Rawhide
Written by Dimitri Tiomkin & Ned Washington
Volta Music Corp./Patti Washington Music/Catharine Hinen Music
Administered by: Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd/Fable Music Pty Ltd (Australia)
Produced by John Powell and David Hirschfelder
Performed by The Elephant Seal Chorus
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Chix Chat on Film review: Mumble is still heroic and he's a dad.
21 November 2011 | by EmmaDinkinsSee all my reviews

It is very difficult to make an entertaining movie that has a lesson in the consequences of climate change on the Antarctic wildlife, just as it is always hard to live up to the original when you're a sequel. This sequel made the lesson entertaining but the film did not live up to the original. I really enjoyed the original and watched it many times over, I'm not so sure I would do the same with Two. The lesson in Happy Feet was clear cut and the scandalous humans did try to resolve the atrocity of depleting the penguins food source, but in Happy Feet Two nothing was really clear except that the polar icecaps are melting and now the Emperor penguins fully accept song and dance. Mumble (Elijah Wood) and Gloria (P!nk) now have had an egg of their own, and are now parents to Erik (Ava Acres). Mumble is challenged to be a good father and Erik is on a path of self discovery. The role of Gloria is filled nicely, her singing prowess made the opening Rhythm Nation production amazing, it was actually the most outstanding compilation in the entire film and would have been more fitting as the grand finale song. I unlike Catt was not thrilled by the krill, I have yet to figure out what the krill was the point of the krill storyline with Bill the Krill (Matt Damon) and Will the Krill (Brad Pitt) other than to add some big names to the film since Norma Jean (Nicole Kidman) and Memphis (Hugh Jackman) did not reprise their roles. I really liked what was happening with Ramon (Robin Williams) in this story, with the whole hatin' on The Mighty Sven (Hank Azaria) while pursuing Carmen (Sofia Vergara), the chase could have been expanded in place of the krill story filler. The movie just seemed to have a number of encounters loosely strung together with no outstanding purpose of it all, unlike the original with the fact that different can be the one thing that saves everybody. Maybe the message of this film was if humans venture to aid the wildlife and we don't succeed, they'll figure out a resolution to their problem themselves. Or when everyone works together to deal with a problem no matter how big or how small you are you can overcome any obstacle. Or maybe I just didn't get the point, which is why this film gets an amber light.


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Language:

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Release Date:

18 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$135,000,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$21,237,068, 20 November 2011

Gross USA:

$64,006,466

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$159,197,038
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2.39 : 1
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