"Night at the Museum 2": film actors
Today we will talk about the movie "Night at the Museum 2". Actors and features of this picture are given below. It's about the American fantastic comedy film, the continuation of the eponymous tape of 2006. The world premiere took place in 2009.
Ben Stiller embodied the image of Larry Daly. Amy Adams played Amelia Earhart, as well as a red-haired girl, who appears at the end of the movie called Tecc. Hank Azaria embodied the image of Abraham Lincoln, The Thinker and Kamunra. Robin Williams appeared in the film as Theodore Roosevelt.
Gaius Octavius and Ivan the Terrible are individuals whoappear in the plot of the movie "Night at the Museum 2". Actors Steve Coogan and Christopher Guest embodied these images on the screen. Alain Shaba played Napoleon Bonaparte. John Berntal reincarnated in Al Capone. Ricky Gervais played Dr. McPhee. Bill Hader played the role of George Armstrong Custer. Patrick Gallagher played Attila. Thomas Morley embodied the image of Darth Vader. Jake Cherry played Nick Daley. Remy Malek appeared on the screen as Akmenra.
Mitsuo Peck played Sakagawa. Jay Baruzhel was given the role of sailor Joey Motorola. Moai speaks in the voice of Brad Garrett. The brothers Jonas played Cupid. Albert Einstein speaks in the voice of Eugene Levy. George Foreman played himself. Keith Powell and Craig Robinson appeared in the film as the first and second pilot. Ed Helms played the role of assistant Larry Daly. Thomas Lennon played Wilber Wright. John Hill embodied the image of Brandon. Ben Garant played Orville Wright. Clifton Murray and Albert Main acted as a sailor and a nurse kissing in the photo.
In 1947 Galvin Manufacturing is renamed according to the name of its most famous trademark. So the corporation got the name Motorola. You can say that in this sense, chronologically in the film it's all true. When the toy Einsteins help the hero, they sing a song called That's The Way. Under this composition, the hero Ben Stiller performed his dance at the disco in the movie "Slaughter couple." Ivan the Terrible claims that it must be called "Striking."
In the film appeared Oscar from "Sesame Street" and Darth Vader. Many of the exhibits, which are shown in the archive of the institute, are not part of the collection, in fact they are in museums in Europe and America.