'Boss Baby' Sequel Release Is Pushed Back to Fall 2021
LOS ANGELES – The animated sequel to “Boss Baby” from Universal and Dreamworks has been delayed and pushed back from March 26, 2021 to Sept. 17, 2021, according to The Wrap.
“The Boss Baby: Family Business,” will now take the place of another DreamWorks’ animated feature, “The Bad Guys,” which will now have a new release date in 2022 sometime in the next few weeks.
Alec Baldwin and James Marsden are set to return for the new “Boss Baby” movie, along with Amy Sedaris and Jeff Goldblum. In the new film, Baldwin and Marsden play grown ups who are turned back into toddlers and have to work with the newest member of their Boss Baby family in order to foil a plot against the children.
The original “Boss Baby” earned $527.9 million worldwide in 2017. It follows the story of A suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying baby that pairs up with his 7-year old brother to stop the dastardly plot of the CEO of Puppy Co.
The movie once is directed by “Boss Baby” director Tom McGrath and original producer Jeff Hermann.
“The Bad Guys” is based on the Scholastic book series by Aaron Blabey that has sold 8.2 million copies worldwide. The books follow the notorious bad guys known for pulling legendary heists as they try to turn into “good guys.”