Sing

  • TORI KELLY appears with her character, Meena, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    TORI KELLY appears with her character, Meena, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • NICK KROLL appears with his character, Gunter, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    NICK KROLL appears with his character, Gunter, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY as dapper koala Buster Moon and SCARLETT JOHANSSON as Ash, a punk-rock porcupine struggling to shed her arrogant boyfriend and go solo, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY as dapper koala Buster Moon and SCARLETT JOHANSSON as Ash, a punk-rock porcupine struggling to shed her arrogant boyfriend and go solo, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY stars as dapper koala Buster Moon—who presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times—in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY stars as dapper koala Buster Moon—who presides over a once-grand theater that has fallen on hard times—in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
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    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • Meena (TORI KELLY), a timid teenage elephant with an enormous case of stage fright, and dapper koala Buster Moon (Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY) in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    Meena (TORI KELLY), a timid teenage elephant with an enormous case of stage fright, and dapper koala Buster Moon (Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY) in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • SETH MACFARLANE appears with his character, Mike, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    SETH MACFARLANE appears with his character, Mike, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
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    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • NICK KROLL voices boisterous German pig Gunter and Academy Award® winner REESE WITHERSPOON voices overtaxed mother Rosita in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    NICK KROLL voices boisterous German pig Gunter and Academy Award® winner REESE WITHERSPOON voices overtaxed mother Rosita in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY appears with his character, Buster Moon, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    Academy Award® winner MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY appears with his character, Buster Moon, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • NICK KROLL voices boisterous German pig Gunter and Academy Award® winner REESE WITHERSPOON voices overtaxed mother Rosita in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    NICK KROLL voices boisterous German pig Gunter and Academy Award® winner REESE WITHERSPOON voices overtaxed mother Rosita in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • JOHN C. REILLY as Eddie, the black sheep of his wealthy family, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    JOHN C. REILLY as Eddie, the black sheep of his wealthy family, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • SETH MACFARLANE is Mike, a mouse who croons as smoothly as he cons, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    SETH MACFARLANE is Mike, a mouse who croons as smoothly as he cons, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • TORI KELLY as Meena, a timid teenage elephant with an enormous case of stage fright, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    TORI KELLY as Meena, a timid teenage elephant with an enormous case of stage fright, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • SCARLETT JOHANSSON appears with her character, Ash, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    SCARLETT JOHANSSON appears with her character, Ash, from the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • The lead cast of Sing shares the stage with the characters they portray in the
holiday event of the year from Illumination Entertainment. (L to R, paired) SETH
MACFARLANE and Mike, TORI KELLY and Meena, REESE WITHERSPOON and
Rosita, MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY and Buster Moon, TARON EGERTON and
Johnny, SCARLETT JOHANSSON and Ash, and NICK KROLL and Gunter appear in
Buster Moon’s theater from the film. Vergrößern
    The lead cast of Sing shares the stage with the characters they portray in the holiday event of the year from Illumination Entertainment. (L to R, paired) SETH MACFARLANE and Mike, TORI KELLY and Meena, REESE WITHERSPOON and Rosita, MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY and Buster Moon, TARON EGERTON and Johnny, SCARLETT JOHANSSON and Ash, and NICK KROLL and Gunter appear in Buster Moon’s theater from the film.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
  • TARON EGERTON is Johnny, a young gangster gorilla looking to break free of his family’s felonies, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures. Vergrößern
    TARON EGERTON is Johnny, a young gangster gorilla looking to break free of his family’s felonies, in the event film Sing, from Illumination Entertainment and Universal Pictures.
    Fotoquelle: Universal
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Sing

Infos
Originaltitel
Sing
Produktionsland
USA
Produktionsdatum
2016
Kinostart
Do., 08. Dezember 2016
Sky Cinema Hits
Mo., 09.07.
18:25 - 20:15


Mit Schwung und viel Musik nimmt das "Pets"-Produzententeam den ganz normalen Casting-Wahnsinn auf die Schippe. - Ob Berggorilla, Hausschwein, Schnecke oder Lama, letztendlich wollen alle nur eines: berühmt werden. Theater-Direktor Buster Moon wittert deshalb die Chance, mit einem Casting-Wettbewerb sein klammes Etablissement zu retten. Leider macht Assistentin Matilda aus den 1000 Dollar Preisgeld versehentlich 100.000. Prompt stürmen immer mehr potenzielle Superstars Buster Moons Bühne.

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