Saturday, September 6, 2014

‘The Penguins Of Madagascar’ Trailer 2 Promises Loads Of Laughter

Finally, The Penguins' Secret Lives Take Center Stage!
BY Marx Ponce | Sep 06, 2014

"The Penguins of Madagascar" trailer 2 was released this year 2014, and judging from the entertaining clip, the movie is a rib-tickling spinoff, not a sequel to the hit animated flick "Madagascar," which was also created by Dream Works animation.

 Screenrant confirmed this fact. The penguin brothers (Skipper, Rico, Kowalski and Private) who have carved a name for themselves when they appeared in the original Madagascar movie and its franchises, now finally have their own spinoff.

The "The Penguins of Madagascar" trailer 2 started out with an introduction of the four flightless siblings. Then it moved on to plunging them into an adventure that occurred after a surprise encounter with a band of misfit octopi, led by a mad purple octopus with an evil vendetta.

During this encounter featured in "The Penguins of Madagascar" trailer 2, a group of secret agents, spearheaded by a wolf, steps into the scene and rescues the penguin brothers. Eventually, the group indoctrinated and trained them to become its new members, thus starting them off on a fun but dangerous adventure.

According to Screenrant, Dream Works created two trailers for the animated adventure comedy. They even presented the penguins together with another voice talent from the film in the ComicCon 2014 in San Diego. Apple launched the second trailer, which provides audiences a better view of how the plot will unfold for the flightless secret agents.

Because the spotlight is now on the feathered brothers, viewers finally get the chance to know more about their origin. In this flick, they will combine their antics with those of the elite arctic agents' group headed by North Wind, a wolf. Together they would battle the mad octopus Dr. Octavius Brine, featuring the voice of John Malkovich, from succeeding with his plan to conquer the world.

Definitely, a fun and entertaining movie for the whole family, "The Penguins of Madagascar" is scheduled for release on November 26, 2014, reported Coming Soon


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