Night at the Museum predicts to have another successful film


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Zach Padersky, For Eastside

The Night at the Museum series is back to add a third movie, and it looks to live up to the hype of the first two films.

Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is scheduled to come out December 19 of this year.

Many of the same faces will be back for the third film. Ben Stiller (Larry Daley) is once again the star of the film and will be accompanied by Robin Williams (Teddy Roosevelt). Other stars that will be returning are Ricky Gervais (Dr. McPhee), Owen Wilson (Jedidiah) and Dick Van Dyke (Cecil).

New additions to the cast include Rebel Wilson (Tilly) and Dan Stevens (Sir Lancelot).

The plot of the new film is based on the storyline of Larry Daley traveling the world in an attempt to meet up with new and old friends to save the magic before it is gone forever.

The previous two films have done fairly well in the box office, earning a combined profit of nearly $1 billion. The first two installments were released in 2006, 2009 and the newest edition is coming out five and a half years later.

Although the audience of the first 2 films has possibly outgrown these movies, 20th Century Fox is expecting yet another success.

This is the last major motion picture for the late Robin Williams, who passed away earlier this year.

If you enjoy action, comedy and a nice family adventure, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is definitely for you.