Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel

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Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel
Directed by Betty Thomas
Produced by Janice Karman
Ross Bagdasarian
Written by Jon Vitti
Jonathan Aibel
Glenn Berger
Starring Zachary Levi
David Cross
Jason Lee
Justin Long
Matthew Gray Gubler
Jesse McCartney
Amy Poehler
Anna Faris
Christina Applegate
Music by David Newman
Cinematography Anthony B. Richmond
Editing by Matthew Friedman
Studio Fox 2000 Pictures
Regency Enterprises
Bagdasarian Company
Dune Entertainment
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) 23 December 2009
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $70 million[1]
Money made $443,140,005[2]

Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel is the sequel to the movie Alvin and the Chipmunks. It is a live-action/CGI movie. It was first set to be shown in theaters on March 19, 2010, but the date was changed to December 23, 2009. The movie introduces the Chipettes.[3] The movie stars Zachary Levi, David Cross, and Jason Lee and the voices of Justin Long, Matthew Gray Gubler, Jesse McCartney, Amy Poehler, Anna Faris, and Christina Applegate. The movie is being filmed at Woodrow Wilson Classical High School in Long Beach, CA.

Plot[change | change source]

In the sequel, Dave makes Alvin, Simon and Theodore go to school, saying that it is "good for them." He does not know that the Chipmunks feel like "Chipmunks Out of Water" because of all the (human) children around. Meanwhile, Ian (after the Chipmunks dealt him a serious blow) is freed from jail and searches the world for animals who can sing and dance. He finds the Chipettes and cannot wait to make them famous and get back at the Chipmunks.[3]

In 2009, Betty Thomas signed on to direct.[4]

Cast[change | change source]

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 United Kingdom 21 December 2009
Republic of Ireland Ireland 21 December 2009
 Belgium 23 December 2009
 Canada 23 December 2009
 Switzerland 23 December 2009 (French speaking region)
 Egypt 23 December 2009
 France 23 December 2009
 Indonesia 23 December 2009
 United States 23 December 2009
 Austria 24 December 2009
 Switzerland 24 December 2009 (German speaking region)
 Germany 24 December 2009
 Hong Kong 24 December 2009
 Hungary 24 December 2009
 Kazakhstan 24 December 2009
 Malaysia 24 December 2009
 Netherlands 24 December 2009
 Portugal 24 December 2009
 Russia 24 December 2009
 Singapore 24 December 2009
 Syria 24 December 2009
 Ukraine 24 December 2009
 Brazil 25 December 2009
 Denmark 25 December 2009
 Ecuador 25 December 2009
 Estonia 25 December 2009
 Spain 25 December 2009
 Finland 25 December 2009
 Lithuania 25 December 2009
Mexico Mexico 25 December 2009
 Panama 25 December 2009
 Romania 25 December 2009
 Sweden 25 December 2009
 Turkey 25 December 2009
 Venezuela 25 December 2009
 Australia 26 December 2009
 Iceland 26 December 2009
 Norway 26 December 2009
 South Korea 30 December 2009
 Greece 31 December 2009
 Kuwait 31 December 2009
 Colombia 1 January 2010
 Peru 1 January 2010
 Uruguay 1 January 2010
 Armenia 3 January 2010
 Philippines 8 January 2010
 Argentina 21 January 2010
 Poland 22 January 2010
 Chile 28 January 2010
 Slovenia 28 January 2010
 China 8 February 2010
 Pakistan 23 April 2010

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