Playtime is over. Thereʼs a boss baby on the block, and sheʼs on a mission to uncover dark secrets about her big sisterʼs school!
Released Fri 24 Sep, 2021
Playtime is over.
The Templeton brothers, Tim and his boss baby little bro, Ted, have become adults and drifted away from each other. Tim is now a married, stay-at-home dad. Ted is a hedge fund CEO. 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.
Tim and his wife, Carol, the breadwinner of the family, live in the suburbs with their super-smart 7-year-old daughter, Tabitha, and adorable new infant, Tina. Tabitha, whoʼs at the top her class at the prestigious Acorn Center for Advanced Childhood, idolises her Uncle Ted and wants to become like him, but Tim, still in touch with his overactive youthful imagination, worries that sheʼs working too hard and is missing out on a normal childhood.
When baby Tina reveals that sheʼs—ta-da!—a top secret agent for BabyCorp on a mission to uncover the dark secrets behind Tabithaʼs school and its mysterious founder, Dr. Edwin Armstrong, it will reunite the Templeton brothers in unexpected ways, lead them to re-evaluate the meaning of family and discover what truly matters.
It has been five years since the world was introduced to the imaginative world of Tim Templeton and his unusual, black-suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying younger brother, Ted, in ‘The Boss Baby.’ Thanks to the talents of director Tom McGrath, writer Michael McCullers, and their extraordinary team at DreamWorks Animation, ‘The Boss Baby’ was nominated for a Best Animated Feature Oscar®, earned more than R7500 billion worldwide, and inspired the popular Netflix series, “The Boss Baby: Back in Business.”
The director says he hopes families will be inspired by the positive message of the movie, while enjoying the physical comedy and the humour we have all come to expect from the ‘The Boss Baby’ universe. “We are hoping that people will be inspired to reach out to an estranged family member after they see the movie,” says McGrath. “Wouldnʼt it be great to call your mom, dad, and siblings and forget about that stupid argument that created a rift between you? Since the movie is set during the year-end holidays, I hope it resonates with its message of unity and celebration of the family.”