UglyDolls 2: Return of Uglyville is the upcoming sequel of the 2019 film UglyDolls. It will be released in theaters and on demand on May 6, 2022.
- Kelly Clarkson as Moxy, a pink uglydoll with lots of confidence, hope, and curiosity. Her design is based on that of Gorgeous, a character from the original toyline.
- Janelle Monáe as Mandy, a kindhearted perfect doll who wears glasses for eyesight problems and befriends the Ugly Dolls
- Blake Shelton as Ox, a green uglydoll and the Unofficial Mayor of Uglyville
- Wanda Sykes as Wage, an orange uglydoll and cynical baker who can be frequently found cooking up some amazing and inventive culinary concoctions
- Gabriel Iglesias as Babo, a grey uglydoll and the largest the uglydolls
- Andy Dick as Lucky Bat, a red uglydoll and thoughtful but shy adviser (he was voiced by Wang Leehom in the first and original film)
- Bebe Rexha as Tuesday, a blue-haired perfect doll and one of the Spy Girls
- Charli XCX as Kitty, a pink-haired perfect doll and one of the Spy Girls
- Lizzo as Lydia, a purple-haired perfect doll and one of the Spy Girls
- Ava Max as Alyssa, a long blue hair with English curls, her hair are joins by behind to form a rose, her eyes between purple and pink. She was beauty spot, her uniform change into a yellow skirt a long blue and purple scratched, black high heels with white socks, a white skirt and a microphone she only wear on stage, from perfect doll, used to be a gold power to use super exhale breath to blow and turn into golden statue
- Pitbull as Ugly Dog, a one-eyed blue uglydoll and Moxy's closest friend
- Emma Roberts as Wedgehead, the newest citizen of Uglyville
- Kevin Hart as Uglycorn, a purple uglydoll, blue wing and yellow unihorn
- Shawn Mendes as Flea Bea, a yellow uglydoll and yoga doll to doing the exercises.
- Jamie Amor as Softy, a light-blue uglydoll and yoga doll to doing the exercises.
- Eugenia Cooney as Yoga Bat, a white uglydoll and yoga doll to doing the exercises.
- Christina Aguilera as Niimah, a purple uglydoll
- Zoe Sugg as Lucy
- Valeria Lukyanova as Emily, a shyness or cyan-haired perfect doll and use the voice to squeaks.
- Bill Hader as Swabo, a little form of Babo
- Craig T. Nelson as Bop 'N Beep, a rose pink and lime green uglydoll (with an X of one eye)
- Jodi Benson as Molly, a violet uglydoll and beautiful blue bow on top of her head when she's pretty smiling.
- Ed Sheeran as Mynus, a red uglydoll and feeling grumby to not talk about it, he locked the gate to say "Go Away!" then he's try's to attack the dolls of 'em.
- Rachel House as Uglyhorse, a big yellow orange uglydoll and the dolls rides on it to going on road trip.
- Blair Williamson as Big Toe, a tan uglydoll and construction site to build on the sculpture designer.
- Jason Bateman as Uglyworm, a green uglydoll and every uglyworms are enimies.
- Kelly Marie Tran as Jennifer Goldwyn, a orange-curly haired and performed in The Jennifer Goldwyn Show.
- Katy Perry as Elandra Ivanov
On May 10, 2019, it was announced by STX Films that a sequel was scheduled for release on May 27, 2022, with Zack Snyder reprising his role as director, and Cinesite Studios returning as animators. On July 30, 2020, Ava Max and Andy Dick joined the cast; Max voices a new character named Alyssa, while Dick replaces Wang Leehom as the voice of Lucky Bat. It was also pushed forward two weeks to May 13, 2022. On December 7, 2021, it was again pushed forward one week to May 6, 2022, while it's on the date, for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. In February 2022, Kevin Hart was revealed to have voiced a new character for the film. In March 2022, the film shifted its release for a simultaneous premium video on demand rental and theatrical release on the May 6 date, in the United States and Canada, due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the rising cases of the SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant.
In May 2022, director Zack Snyder stated that he would like to make a third sequel. "We've certainly thought about it. There are other stories that we would be excited about telling. But for us, it’s really about seeing if people love this one, and then taking it from there."
On August 3, 2022, STX Films officially announced that a third sequel, titled UglyDolls 3: Mighty Uglyville was in development, with Zach Snyder confirmed that he will direct a third sequel, while Greg Tiernan confirmed that he will serve as a producer along with Conrad Vernon and Robert Rodriguez. Samuel L. Jackson and John Travolta joins the cast in a new role. The film is scheduled to be released on July 19, 2024. In the film, when a colors meteor crash-lands in Uglyville, it gives the UglyDolls have Superpowers, transforming them into the Mighty Uglies.
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