Happy Feet Two

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Happy Feet Two is a 3D computer animated family film directed by George Miller, who co-directed the original film Happy Feet The film is a sequel to Happy Feet and stars Elijah Wood, Robin Williams, Hank Azaria, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Pink, Sofía Vergara, Common, Hugo Weaving, Richard Carter, Magda Szubanski and Anthony LaPaglia. Dr. D Studios in Sydney, Australia produced the film, which premiered in North America theaters on November 18, 2011 in Digital 3D and IMAX 3D. The film was released with a Looney Tunes short called I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat starring Sylvester Cat and Tweety Bird.

The Mighty Sven[edit]

  • If you want it, you must will it. If you will it, it will be yours.
  • Today is great victory... for defeat.


  • Y'all best be apologizin', or I'll be tearing you a new nostril.


  • Hey Bryan! Cheers!

Will the Krill[edit]

  • So this is the end. I better make my will. I, Will Williams, do hereby leave everything to my imagination. Oh no! I have an imagination, the second sign of madness.
  • That's one small step for a krill, one giant leap for spineless invertebrates.


  • After all you done. You really deserve better.


Carmen: Ramon, you're beautiful...!
Ramon: Only on the outside...!

[shouts down at Carmen who is down below, far beyond the ice block cliff where Ramon stands at]
Ramon: I hate this long distance relationship!

Ramon: You, me, beautiful egg, right now.
Carmen: You, me, fat chance.
Ramon: I have a chance, and it's fat!

Bill the Krill: What's happening, Will?
Will the Krill: It's the wave of change, Bill! We've got to get on the ride!

Bill the Krill: You just bit it on the butt. Don't let it go to your head.
Will the Krill: Oh contrare! I will go to ITS head!

Bill the Krill: I fear the worst!
Will the Krill: I fear the worst too, Bill, because fearing the best is a complete waste of time.

Happy Feet Two[edit]

  • Well, the first movie was a saga following the life of the main character from when he was born to when he was a young adult. This movie happens over about three or four days, so its epic nature had to be in scale. From a crew point of view, this is a very epic universe and so that was the main idea. Plus,all of these “Happy Feet” stories are based on the natural history of the creatures in Antarctica itself, so as I got to look at it more, the Krill are very interesting, the way they live in massive great swarms that they go and sort of float around on the great currents and basically provide the bottom of the food chain. It’s brilliant, brilliant stuff. I just found them really interesting, all looking the same.
  • I'’m very, very careful to tell them where we are in the scale of things, very, very careful. Even though they’re just on the mic, if someone has to yell at someone a long way away I say, “Look, they’re 20 yards away,” so you have to speak to them, or if you want something really intimate, we often–I remember we had Robin Williams and Sofia Vergara–he plays Ramon and she plays Carmen–in an intimate love scene, we put them on the same mic. So, physically if someone’s fallen on the floor or something like that or on the ground and has to speak, we record them on the floor, because otherwise it sounds very fake, yeah. Robin would be singing on the wall at one point when he put his head in the bucket and stuff, yeah.
    • George Miller [1]


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