"Paddington 2", directed by Paul King, is back with the voices of Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville and Ben Whishaw

"Paddington 2", directed by Paul King, is back with the voices of Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville and Ben Whishaw.

"Paddington 2", follows the first Paddington film released in 2014, about an orphaned Peruvian bear who finds a home in London, and which is based on the children's books by Michael Bond.

In "Paddington 2", Paddington (Ben Whishaw) has settled down to live with the Brown family (Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Madeleine Harris and Samuel Joslin) and goes a mission when he spots a London pop-up book at Mr. Gruber's (Jim Broadbent) antique store that he thinks would be perfect to buy his Aunt Lucy (Imelda Staunton), who is still in Peru and has always dreamed of going to London. Paddington performs several odd jobs and saves his wages, but the book is stolen, and the culprit escapes, resulting in Paddington being accused of the crime and arrested. Although Mr. Gruber does not believe that Paddington stole the book, with no evidence that the thief existed, Paddington is wrongfully convicted and jailed. The thief soon returns home, and is revealed to be Phoenix Buchanan (Hugh Grant).