The Matt Danner directorial stars Zachary Levi, Joshua Bassett and Thomas Lennon in pivotal roles.
Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again
Last Updated: 10.54 AM, Nov 30, 2022
If you have followed or are a die-hard fan of the world-famous movie franchise Night at the Museum then the upcoming sequel of the third part will give you mixed feelings as it has been made in an animated form. The trailer for the highly anticipated movie has just been released and it screams fun, laughter and entertainment.
The latest trailer begins with the residents of the museum, who comes alive at night as always and try to scare away every new night guard. Moving on, Zachary Levi as the new Larry Daley comes to meet his old friends and explains how he cannot be back to his old job and why they should give chance to the new people to do the job. "You gotta stop scaring the new guys off. I am leaving for the summer and I need someone to replace me," he says, while Thomas Lennon as the new Theodore Roosevelt replies, "If only there were a fine young gentleman with your last name."
After a little argument between Larry and his museum friends, his son Nick Daley (Joshua Bassett) enters the montage as the new night guard. He begins his job peacefully, while later, his dad reminds him to lock the basement door. He gets late to do so and that's when 'Kahmunrah Rises Again' like the last part and begins his destruction game in the museum and afterwards in the whole world.
Check out the trailer video here:
Even though fans are going to surely miss the 2D version of the film, it's yet one of the most highly anticipated films of the year.
Directed by Matt Danner, the adventure comedy flick is produced by Shawn Levy and is written by Ray DeLaurentis.
Night at the Museum: Kahmunrah Rises Again, which also has Steve Zahn, Jack Whitehall, Jamie Demetriou, Alexander Salamat, Kieran Sequoia, Dee Bradley Baker and Kelemete Misipeka in supporting roles, is all set to release on Disney+ Hotstar on December 9.