DreamWorks’ Boss Baby sequel has recruited some big names to join Alec Baldwin in The Boss Baby: Family Business.
According to Variety, actors Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic World: Domination), Eva Longoria (Together Now), James Marsden (Mrs. America), Amy Sedaris (Bojack Horseman), and Ariana Greenblatt (The One and Only Ivan) have all joined the cast of The Boss Baby: Family Business.
The forthcoming animated family feature serves as a sequel to 2017’s The Boss Baby, which raked int a whopping $520 million at the box office, in addition to scoring an Oscar nomination in the best animated feature category.
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Returning to reprise his role for the sequel is Alec Baldwin, who will once again lend his voice to titular tyke, Ted. In addition to Baldwin, Jimmy Kimmel and Lisa Kudrow, are also set to return to voice baby Ted’s parents.
Currently, a plot for the sequel has yet to be defined by DreamWorks. That being said, character details for the newest crop of cast members offer up a bit more insight with regards to what we can expect from Family Business.
First up, Greenblatt is set to play the role of Tabitha— a super-smart 7-year-old who idolizes her Uncle Ted and wants to be just like him. Meanwhile, Marsden and Longoria will voice Tabitha’s parents. Finally, Goldblum is set to voice the mysterious founder of Tabitha’s school, the Acorn Center for Advanced Childhood.
The Boss Baby: Family Business is slated to debut in theaters sometime in 2021.