Face-off with an arch nemesis from Boss Baby’s past in DreamWorks The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! interactive special, coming to Netflix on September 1, 2020. In a chewpie-triggered simulation exercise, a series of missions will test your potential as you climb the ranks of the professional ladder all the way from “Mail Room Baby” to the coveted title of Boss, at Baby Corp. Choose wisely, as your decisions will help you defeat villains like cat-loving Bootsy Calico, babblist fraud Happy Sedengry and elderly curmudgeon Fredrick Estes on your race to the top.
Executive Produced by the Emmy Award-winning Brandon Sawyer (The Penguins of Madagascar), the special features the voice talents of JP Karliak (Wabbit: A Looney Tunes Production) as “Boss Baby,” Pierce Gagnon (Looper) as “Tim,” Kevin Michael Richardson (All Hail King Julien) as “Jimbo,” Alex Cazares (Casagrandes) as “Staci,” Diedrich Bater (Veep) as “Junior Fancy,” Rhys Darby (Jumanji 2) as “Happy Sedengry,” Wendie Malick (Hot in Cleveland) as “Wendy McCracken,” Jake Green (Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts) as “Bootsy Calico” and Victor RaiderWexler (Trollhunters) as “Frederick Estes.”
DreamWorks The Boss Baby: Get That Baby! interactive special launches on Netflix September 1. Check out the trailer below!
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