After witnessing a fantastic fifteen minutes of footage from Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb -- we came away impressed and ready to share 9 things that we learned.
Ben Stiller is back as the world's most patient museum guard and as he and the gang get ready for a huge gala at the New York Museum of History, horror strikes -- the magic tablet that allows them to come to life, it's running out of juice.
So, they head to England... well, let's stop right there.
Click through and discover the 9 things we learned from the Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb footage!
How Our Story Starts
The characters have a reunion of sorts as they get ready for a gala at the Natural History Museum of NYC that will be key to their annual fundraising. Ben Stiller's Larry Daley is nervous as this is a big night. Everyone is there, from Robin Williams' Teddy Roosevelt to Owen Wilson's cowboy and Steven Coogan's Roman warrior. Oh, and all those prehistoric beasts too.
Owen Wilson’s Jedediah & Steve Coogan’s Octavius Are on Facebook!
Right before the gala gets going, we see two of our Night at the Museum faves cruising the internet… on Facebook!
Why We’re Here
As that gala gets going, something horrible happens... First, Roosevelt falls over as if he faints. Then, the museum “artifacts” start losing energy. Stiller and the gang discover the magical tablet that makes them come to life is running out of juice.
Ben Stiller and Rebel Wilson Make a Great Comic Team
They head to England to get to the bottom of the mystery and to see if they can get that magic tablet back doing its thing. As they get there, Stiller has to deal with Rebel Wilson’s museum security guard, and they are quite a pair to say the least.
Ricky Gervais Covers for Ben Stiller
Ricky Gervais has a great scene where he has to cover for Ben Stiller – guess he’s not supposed to be going to England. It’s classic Gervais!
Dan Stevens Makes a Great Sir Lancelot
Once in the British Natural History Museum, the gang runs into trouble as a dinosaur comes to life and tries to run them down! Who comes to their aid? We meet Dan Stevens as Sir Lancelot… and he’s awesome.
Wait! There's more Night at the Museum Secret of the Tomb Footage Details! Just click "Next" below: