Lovable movie bunny Peter Rabbitis back for his second adventure - and you could win a family pass!
Peter Rabbit 2 will hit screens from March 25 after a year-long Covid delay, with the titular bunny and all his friends returning for more hijinks.
Once again, the film's production in Australia meant a touch of south-west Sydney made it to screen.
Visual effects supervisor Will Reichelt told the Champion the crew were happy to return to Camden - Brownlow Hill specifically - to film another scene this time around.
The first film also shot in Camden, utilising both the airport and the Macquarie Grove Road bridge.
Mr Reichelt said lead (human) actors Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson were on hand for the day shooting in Brownlow Hill.
He said Camden was great for shooting as it needed to stand in for British countryside, and there weren't too many Sydney locations that fit the bill.
He said VFX needed to add some sunshine to their shots, but they were pleased the scenery was still "lush and nice" and suitably English-looking.
Mr Reichelt said the second film was fantastic and the jokes had aged up with the audience.
This time around, Peter (voiced again by James Corden), finds himself separated from his family, who take great risks to find the mischievous bunny.
Aussies Margot Robbie and Elizabeth Debicki return to their voice roles, while Brit David Oyelowo joins the cast for the sequel.
Peter Rabbit 2 is again directed by Will Gluck.
ACM has 25 in-season family passes to give away to Peter Rabbit 2.
For your chance to win fill out the form below and tell us in 25 words or less which Peter Rabbit character is your favourite and why. Entries close midnight Tuesday, March 23. Terms and conditions here.