• Publication date: January 28, 2014

Night at The Museum: Battle of The Smithsonian

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Continuing from the premise of ‘Night at the Museum’, Larry Daley has left his job as a night security guard at the American Museum of Natural History to work on his own company- Daley Devices. He gets a call from Jedediah telling him that Dexter the monkey has stolen Akhmenrah’s Golden tablet, which brings the exhibits to life every night, only now they’re at the Smithsonian…

Program data

Duration: 120

Production Year: 2009

MBC 2:

April 4, 2014 19:00 (KSA) ~ April 4, 2014 18:00 (CLT)

Continuing from the premise of ‘Night at the Museum’, Larry Daley (Ben Stiller) has left his job as a night security guard at the American Museum of Natural History to work on his own company- Daley Devices.

Months after his last visit to his museum exhibit friends, he gets a call from Jedediah (Owen Wilson) telling him that Dexter the monkey has stolen Akhmenrah (Rami Malek)’s Golden tablet. Since the tablet arrived at the museum in 1952, all of the exhibits come to life each night, as we witnessed in the first installment. But fearing that they will not come to life again, Dexter the capuchin monkey stole the golden tablet to be shipped with them to the Smithsonian. Now Kahmunrah (Hank Azaria), Akhmenrah’s older evil brother, wants to get a hold of the tablet and figure out its combination, so that he can bring an army from the underworld to help him conquer the world…

With characters coming to life, such as: Amelia Earhart (Amy Adams), General Custer (Bill Hader), Ivan the Terrible (Christopher Guest), Al Capone (Jon Bernthal), Theodore Roosevelt (Robin Williams), and of course the bobbing Einstein heads (Eugene Levy), a world of history and fun comes to life at the Smithsonian…

Starring:

  • Ben Stiller
  • Amy Adams
  • Robin Williams
  • Ricky Gervais
  • Owen Wilson
  • Bill Hader
  • Hank Azaria
  • Christopher Guest
  • Alain Chabat
  • Steve Coogan

Directed by:  Shawn Levy

Rating:  PG for mild action and brief language.