New Details Emerge for the ‘Night at the Museum‘ Movie Coming to Disney+ in 2021. According to an exclusive report from The DisInsider, the new ‘Night at the Museum‘ movie will be an animated film and is expected to premiere on Disney+ late next year (2021). The working title for the film is currently “Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again” but it’s common for films in production to go through some changes before the official announcement is made by the studio.
Reportedly, the animated film will feature Nick Daley, Larry Daley’s son, as an adult and taking over the job as the Museum’s Night Guard from his father. The film will see the return of Kamunrah (Hank Azaria) from the second live-action film, as Nick navigates his new role. Currently, no other actors or characters from the original live-action trilogy have been announced for the film and according to the report, Disney is looking to add some fresh faces to the franchise. One such character being Joan of Arc as Nick’s confidant, much to the parallel of Robin William’s Theodore Roosevelt for Larry in the original film. (Do I smell an animated series spin-off in the works for Disney+? Hmm…)
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Source: The DisInsider
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