“Sing 2,” the sequel to the critically acclaimed 2016 animated film, is now available for home rental. The film will be available on streaming services less than three weeks after it opens in cinemas on December 22.
The family comedy, produced by the same company that gave us “Despicable Me” and “Minions,” boasts a star-studded cast, a catchy soundtrack, and the same characters viewers fell in love with within the original film.
Following the events of “Sing,” our furry friends are back for their greatest concert yet — but they’ll need to persuade a retiring and reclusive rock star, played by Bono of U2.
Matthew McConaughey reprises his role as Buster, the koala, Reese Witherspoon reprises her role as Rosita, the pig, Scarlett Johansson reprises her role as Ash, the porcupine, Taron Egerton reprises his role as Johnny, the gorilla, Tori Kelly reprises her role as Meena, the elephant. Nick Kroll reprises his role as Gunter, the pig in the sequel.
“Sing 2” garnered reviews from reviewers and now has a “70 percent Fresh” rating on the review aggregate website Rotten Tomatoes. The first film elicited a similar response, earning a “71 percent Fresh” rating.
Where can I see ‘Sing 2’?
“Sing 2” is currently streaming on Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV, Vudu, Microsoft Movies, and YouTube. Renting the film costs $25. Most providers let you 30 days to begin viewing a rental and 48 hours to complete it once you click play.
Though we do not yet know when the film will be available for digital purchase, this rental release provides an excellent chance to enjoy the film with your children while still showing it in cinemas. It’s a little pricy at $25, but depending on the cost of a movie ticket in your location, it’s probably still less expensive than bringing your family to the cinema.
After renting “Sing 2,” you may access it through compatible applications on most smart TVs, smartphones, gaming consoles, and web browsers. Check with the store you pick to confirm that their app is compatible with your smartphone.
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Where to see the original ‘Sing’ film?
You may buy or rent “Sing” from various outlets, including Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, YouTube, and Apple TV if you haven’t already. Rentals begin at $4, and the purchase price is $15.
Additionally, the film is accessible on-demand with FXNow and Spectrum subscribers.