amyadams02.jpgThough the reasoning behind making a sequel to Night At The Museum escapes even the most learned of minds, the Hollywood machine is planning on cranking one out in the very near future. The original wasn’t very good, with some characters under-used and others far too prevalent (is it wrong to include Ben Stiller in this category? I think not), and the storyline, whilst cute, isn’t one people would want to see over and over again.

Except that’s just what’s going to happen, and it’s practically guaranteeing itself a pre-teen audience in the hundreds of thousands with the inspired casting of Hollywood’s current darling, Amy Adams. Fresh from her huge hit, Enchanted, and proving that she can handle roles in grown up movies too (Charlie Wilson’s War, for example, or the Sundance hit, Sunshine Cleaning), Adams is continuing her plot for world domination by taking a role in Night at the Museum 2: Escape From The Smithsonian. In this latest vehicle for Ben Stiller, some of the artifacts from the Natural History Museum are boxed up and shipped off to the Smithsonian, with hi-jinks ensuing. Adams plays an undisclosed historical figure who has a crush on Larry, the security guard (Stiller’s character), though the reason for the crush eludes me…

Source: Coming Soon


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