Happy Feet Two

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Happy Feet Two is a 2011 Australian-American 3D computer-animated family musical movie directed by George Miller. It is a sequel to Miller's 2006 movie Happy Feet. It stars Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Hugo Weaving, Magda Szubanski, and Anthony LaPaglia reprising their roles from the first movie. Brad Pitt also stars in the movie.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Croatia 17 November 2011
 Lebanon 17 November 2011
 Malaysia 17 November 2011
 Singapore 17 November 2011
 Thailand 17 November 2011
 Canada 18 November 2011
 India 18 November 2011
Mexico Mexico 18 November 2011
 United States 18 November 2011
 Netherlands 23 November 2011
 Philippines 23 November 2011
 Argentina 24 November 2011
 Bolivia 24 November 2011
 Chile 24 November 2011
 Greece 24 November 2011
 Peru 24 November 2011
 Slovenia 24 November 2011
 Brazil 25 November 2011
 Colombia 25 November 2011
 Ecuador 25 November 2011
 Estonia 25 November 2011
 Iceland 25 November 2011
 Italy 25 November 2011
 Lithuania 25 November 2011
 Uruguay 25 November 2011
 South Africa 25 November 2011
 Japan 26 November 2011
 Belgium 30 November 2011
 Egypt 30 November 2011
 Malta 30 November 2011
 Austria 1 December 2011
 Germany 1 December 2011
 Kuwait 1 December 2011
 Kazakhstan 1 December 2011
 Russia 1 December 2011
 Ukraine 1 December 2011
 United Arab Emirates 2 December 2011
 Armenia 2 December 2011
 Bulgaria 2 December 2011
 Spain 2 December 2011
 Finland 2 December 2011
 United Kingdom 2 December 2011
Republic of Ireland Ireland 2 December 2011
 Norway 2 December 2011
 Poland 2 December 2011
 France 7 December 2011
 Portugal 8 December 2011
 Indonesia 9 December 2011
 Sweden 9 December 2011
 Israel 15 December 2011
 Hong Kong 22 December 2011
 Hungary 22 December 2011
 Denmark 25 December 2011
 Australia 26 December 2011
 New Zealand 26 December 2011
 Serbia 5 January 2012
 Venezuela 13 January 2012
 Czech Republic 19 January 2012
 Slovakia 19 January 2012
 Turkey 20 January 2012
 South Korea 2 February 2012
 China 21 February 2012