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Grinch: Part 2 renewed or cancelled ?

The Grinch is a 2018 American Computer-animated Christmas fantasy comedy film. The film is produced by Illumination and distributed by Universal Pictures. Yarrow Cheney and Scott Mosier directed the film and Michael LeSieur and Tommy Swerdlow written the story. The story is based on the 1957 book How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss. It is the 3rd screen adaption of the story. It stars the voice of  Rashida Leah Jones, Kenan Thompson, Dame Angela Brigid Lansbury, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Cameron Seely.

The film was the highest-grossing holiday films of all time. It received mixed reviews from the critics. They praised the animation and the vocal performances but felt the film added little or nothing new to the source material.

The Grinch 2 when will the audience be able to see?

The Grinch was announced as a project in 2013 but it came in 2018. The speculations are there that even The Grinch 2 will take a long time to release. But till now no official announcement is being made about the renewal for part 2. The creators have not given any statement whether they are planning or it would just be a single film with no parts.

The Grinch 2 what would the audience see?

What would be the story of part 2 is difficult to predict. Since for part 2 green signal is not given by the creators till now no official details are available. As per sources some of the audience wants to see the Grinch helping the Whos spend another Christian holiday, perhaps Easter. It will be nice to see the former Christmas hater going up against a new antagonist who hates Easter.

The Grinch 2 who all voices the audience can hear?

If part 2 is renewed then speculations are there that Benedict Cumberbatch to return to lend his voice to the main character. But commenting anything on the voices would be a bit difficult now. The audience will have to wait till officially part 2 is renewed and details are out.



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