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Releases June 18, 2021
Thomas and Bea are now married and living with Peter and his rabbit family. Bored of life in the garden, Peter goes to the big city, where he meets shady characters and ends up creating chaos for the whole family.


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Beatrix Potter (based on the characters and tales of "Peter Rabbit" by), Will Gluck (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
James Corden ... Peter Rabbit (voice)
Elizabeth Debicki ... Mopsy Rabbit (voice)
Lennie James ... Barnabas (voice)
Margot Robbie ... Flopsy Rabbit (voice)
Aimee Horne ... Cottontail Rabbit (voice)
Rupert Degas ... Samuel Whiskers / Little Pig Robinson (voice)
Domhnall Gleeson ... Mr. Thomas McGregor
Rose Byrne ... Bea
David Oyelowo ... Nigel Basil-Jones
Ewen Leslie ... Pigling Bland (voice)
Damon Herriman ... Tom Kitten (voice)
Talayna Moana Nikora
Colin Moody ... Benjamin Bunny (voice)
James Dobbins Jones James Dobbins Jones ... Hipster
Dalip Sondhi ... Movie Executive


The sequel to the 2018 film, 'Peter Rabbit'. After the marriage of Bea and Thomas along with the release of the acclaimed novel based on the adventures of Peter and his friends, Peter is feeling like everyone only sees him as rebellious. So, when Bea and Thomas decide to go on a trip, Peter sees this as an opportunity to go on the run. Written by samoq1122

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The Garden Was Small Potatoes. See more »

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

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Did You Know?


Much like Felix D'eer from the first film, Barnabas is a new character created for the movie who wasn't in any of Beatrix Potter's original stories nor any previous adaptions. See more »


Referenced in AniMat's Crazy Cartoon Cast: Everything is Delayed (2020) See more »

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Better than the first
31 March 2021 | by AllanSmitheeeSee all my reviews

Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit books are childhood nostalgia for generations of children, myself included. When the 2018 live-action/CGI film happened, many were less than pleased. I'm not a purist but nonetheless found it off-putting and annoying (my trip to the theater was brought on by my desire to see if the allergy controversy was true; it was). But the movie made bank and a sequel was announced. I'd seen the trailer many times at the cinema and was growing increasingly irritated with it.

Some time after the events of its predecessor, Bea and Thomas are wed, and Bea receives a publishing offer from a major company. But the publisher's ideas include painting Peter as a "bad seed", which Peter himself doesn't take too kindly to. While roaming London, he encounters Barnabas, a rabbit who claims to have known Peter's late father, and Peter becomes involved in a citywide criminal ring.

A lot of what made this sequel better than the first is the frequent fourth wall leaning, lampshading, humor and performances. The story is as predictable as can be, slapstick cartoon violence abound, and there are many spots where the scene seems shoehorned in in order to pad the 83-minute runtime (not counting credits). Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson are as pleasant as ever, with the ensemble voice cast a delight, even James Corden, who I normally have limited patience for. If you're looking for passable family fun, Peter Rabbit 2 is your best go right now. 2.5/5.

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