Sing 2: Solving the mystery behind who’s playing who?


In Sing 2, the outrageously hilarious animals and their uplifting performances are back for another amusing and uplifting musical. Children and adults seeing the first Sing movie learned how to face their anxieties and stop worrying about what might go wrong or what other people might think. It encouraged viewers to be themselves, dream large, gives in to music, and just… sing!

In Sing 2, the cast members of Buster Moon’s theatre must use those lessons as they once more confront their fears while pursuing their biggest aspirations yet. The group must get over their stage anxiety while navigating difficult emotions and some difficult new dance techniques on a larger platform in front of a larger audience with considerably higher stakes.

Matthew McConaughey as Buster Moon

Following the tragic open-air concert in the first Sing movie, this upbeat, show-running koala bear is prospering while managing his new theatre. Buster determines that the group needs to come back together for the show of a lifetime in the big metropolis in order to impress a talent scout.

Taron Egerton as Johnny

Finally receiving his gangster father’s blessing, Johnny is now free to pursue his huge, gorilla-sized goals. Johnny developed the willpower to oppose his father in the first Sing movie and the bravery to put up the effort necessary to achieve stardom. Now that he has even more to learn, he has asked a new acquaintance for assistance as he attempts to make some significant adjustments to his performance.

Taron Egerton, a Welsh actor who began his career on stage, provides the voice of Johnny. The roles of Eggsy in the Kingsman movies and Elton John in the upcoming musical Rocketman are Egerton’s most well-known performances.

Reese Witherspoon as Rosita

Rosita, who gave up her desire to perform in order to be a stay-at-home mother, has broken out of her altruistic rut and is now a stage champion with the help of her workaholic husband Norman. Rosita will have to confront the only obstacle to her success once rehearsals begin, which is herself.

Reese Witherspoon made her acting debut as a teenager in the 1991 thriller The Man In The Moon. She is best known for playing Elle Woods in the Legally Blonde movies. The actress later transitioned into producing, working on popular shows including Big Little Lies and The Morning Show.

Scarlett Johansson as Ash

The self-destructive punk rock porcupine who always goes after her wounded heart has new goals in mind. Ash is crucial in the effort to persuade a famous person to save the show. Ash displays her soft side while listening to a new acquaintance who needs it, despite the fact that she can be pretty prickly.

Scarlett Johansson, who is most known for playing Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies Black Widow, Iron Man 2, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Captain America: Civil War, and Captain Marvel, as well as the Avengers movies, provides the voice of Ash.

Tori Kelly as Meena

The shy elephant that stunned the audience with her magnificent voice returns to the stage with a fresh perspective on her part in the troupe’s performance. Meena is now working on a romantic project with a brand-new cast member. For the benefit of the performance, Meena must put her dislike of the conceited troupe mate aside even though her heart is melting for the adorable ice-cream scooper. American Idol’s 2010 season former participant Tori Kelly provides the voice of Meena. Kelly joined Capitol Records after self-releasing her initial EP.

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