'The Boss Baby: Family Business' Releases Trailer

Lawrence Kim
November 25, 2020

With a sly, heart-filled message about the importance of family, DreamWorks' The Boss Baby is an authentic and broadly appealing original comedy for all ages.

You've got to love the thinking behind "Boss Baby", primarily because there's something just so odd and deeply amusing about a tiny infant who sounds like Alec Baldwin, wears a Rolex, and pays off other babies when he's bored.

Universal Pictures has released the official trailer for The Boss Baby: Family Business, the highly-anticipated animated sequel arriving in theaters on March 26, 2021, from DreamWorks Animation. Don't you want some of these drugs?!

"What I remember loving about "Boss Baby" was that he was so bossy!", laughs McGrath, explaining that "Boss Baby 2" is more of a "Battle of the Bosses", explaining that Baldwin's character is more of the "Mad Men" era, while Sedaris' character is closer to the millennial generation.

In order to infiltrate Armstrong's organization and take him down, Tim and Ted must ingest a Baby Corp. formula that turns them back into little kids for a period of 48 hours (their minds will be completely wiped of the experience once the mission is over). It was one of those things where it was, like, "Will he do it?' The other great thing", McGrath points out, "is that when Alec did 'Boss Baby", he had one child. Even in the wacky world of cartoonish baby espionage, there should be at least some consistency with the logic, right?

Tina Templeton (Amy Sedaris) in DreamWorks Animation's The Boss Baby: Family Business, directed by Tom McGrath. If you are their drug dealer, please feel free to reach out with some samples.

In the movie, Tim (James Marsden) is now a married dad. But a new boss baby with a cutting-edge approach and a can-do attitude is about to bring them together again... and inspire a new family business.

Teddy's a successful hedge fund CEO and Tim is living the quiet family life in the suburbs with his wife, Carol (Eva Longoria), and daughter, Tabitha (Ariana Greenblatt).

Hijinks and family unity ensue as Tina, who idolizes her uncle Ted, recruits her favorite uncle and father for a mission to uncover the dark secrets behind her big sister Tabitha's, voiced by Ariana Greenblatt, school and its mysterious founder, Dr. Edwin Armstrong, who's voiced by Jeff Goldblum.

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