Rio 2 is a 2014 American 3D computer-animated musical adventure comedy film produced by Blue Sky Studios and directed by Carlos Saldanha. It is the sequel to the 2011 computer-animated film Rio, and the studio's first film to have a sequel outside of their existing Ice Age franchise. The title refers to the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, where the first film was set and Rio 2 begins, though most of its plot occurs instead in the Amazon rainforest.
The film features the returning voices of Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, will.i.am, Jamie Foxx, George Lopez, Tracy Morgan, Jemaine Clement, Leslie Mann, Rodrigo Santoro, and Jake T. Austin. The film was released worldwide on April 11, 2014, following the film's release in Russia on March 20, 2014, its premiere in Brazil on March 27, 2014, and its U.K. release on April 4, 2014. Rio 2 was Don Rhymer's final film after he died on November 28, 2012. The film received mixed reviews, but was highly successful, earning over $486 million as of July 14, 2014.
Following about three years after the first film, Blu and Jewel enjoy life in Rio with their three children: the oldest and music-loving Carla, intelligent and energetic Bia, and the youngest and mischievous Tiago. Meanwhile, Blu's former owner Linda Gunderson and her ornithologist husband Tulio are on an expedition in the Amazon, and eventually discover a quick-flying Spix's Macaw that loses one of its feathers. When word gets out about this through television, Jewel believes that they should go to the Amazon to help their human friends find them. While the children are ecstatic, Blu is uncertain, but is pressured into going along. Blu's friends, Rafael, Nico, and Pedro decide to come along. Luiz tries to follow, but fails. Blu brings a belt pack full of supplies, one of which he uses mostly is a GPS, much to Jewel's displeasure.
Meanwhile, the leader of a group of illegal loggers, called "Big Boss," discovers Linda and Tulio's expedition to find the macaws, and orders his henchmen to hunt them down to avoid disruptions to their work. Also, Blu and Jewel's old enemy, Nigel the cockatoo, has survived the plane crash from the first film, but is now unable to fly and is working as a fortune teller/con artist. When he sees Blu and his family flying overhead of him, he wastes no time deciding to go after them in revenge. He enlists two minions to help him in his plans; a poison dart frog named Gabi - who is in love with Nigel - and a silent anteater named Charlie. Blu and his family get on a boat to get toward the jungle. Nigel follows them onto the boat and plans to attack them at midnight while they're sleeping. However, as Nigel attempts to carry out his plan of revenge, Charlie (who had been distacted by some ants in a bottle) accidentally sets off the ship's horn, waking everyone up and forcing the villainous trio to flee. Blu and his family arrive at the Amazon, but they find nothing in sight. However, they are eventually taken to a flock of Spix's Macaws that are hiding in a secret paradise land. There, they meet Jewel's stern, long lost father Eduardo, his older sister Mimi, and Jewel's childhood friend Roberto. Eduardo seems unimpressed with Blu's domesticated behavior.
While searching for the macaws, Linda and Tulio are eventually trapped by the loggers. Meanwhile, Blu does his best to fit in with the flock as his family and friends are doing, although the flock are against humans and all things human. Blu fails at Eduardo's survival techniques when he takes Blu out to train him to be like one of the flock. Meanwhile, Nigel, after several failed attempts to get at Blu, lands in an audition hosted by Rafael, Nico, Pedro, and Carla for Carnival while in disguise as a bird named Bob. Nigel wins the audition, and after discovering that everyone will be at the new show, he plots to kill Blu during the performances.
Blu tries to pick a Brazilian nut for Jewel to surprise her. However, he accidentally tries to get it in the territory of the Spix's Macaws' enemies, the Scarlet Macaws, led by the hostile Felipe. Blu inadvertently causes war between the two tribes for food when he accidentally hits Felipe with a twig. The war turns out to be just like soccer (football in some countries). Though the Spix's Macaws seem to have the upper hand in the match, Blu enters and incidentally costs the flock their food when he prematurely sends the fruit ball into the Spix Macaws' own goal, much to Eduardo's frustration. Blu and Jewel have a falling out afterwards, which causes Blu to go to find Linda.
Blu visits Tulio and Linda's campsite, where he discovers a broken CB radio. Blu is discovered by Roberto (who followed Blu), who accuses him of being a traitor. Despite this, Blu saves Roberto from being run over by a tractor. Blu then sends Roberto to warn the flock, and saves Linda and Tulio. Blu then discovers the loggers are destroying the jungle. When Blu returns to the tribe, he and Jewel reunite. Blu persuades the macaws to defend their homes, and they easily outmatch the loggers with help from the Scarlet Macaws and the other animals (monkeys, turtles, a Black Pather, and a few other birds). During the battle, Nigel tries to use Charlie's snout to fire a prehensile-tailed porcupine quill (which they got earlier) with Gabi's poison on it at Blu, but the dart misses. Big Boss places some lit dynamite on the trees to blow them up as as a back-up plan. However, Blu steals the dynamite. Nigel goes after Blu, and reveals himself as they are falling down when he tugs on the dynamite, which explodes seconds later. However, both Blu and Nigel survive the explosion, and end up tangled in vines. When they recover, Nigel attacks Blu and they have a feather fight. Gabi and Charlie try to help Nigel by shooting Blu with another poisoned dart, but the dart accidentally hits Nigel. Nigel, thinking that he is about die, gives a Shakespearean death speech, then seemingly dies. Gabi tries to commit suicide by drinking her own poison, and the pair are seemingly dead. However, it is revealed by Bia that Gabi isn't poisonous at all (she was lied to by her parents that she was). Nigel, still alive, tries to attack Blu and his family one last time, but Gabi showers Nigel with affection against his will. Meanwhile, Big Boss is eaten alive by a boa constrictor.
With the flock now under Linda and Tulio's protection, Blu and Jewel decide to live in the Amazon with their kids and friends. However, they still agree to visit Rio in the summer. Meanwhile, Nigel and Gabi are taken back to Rio by Tulio. Luiz finally arrives in the Amazon after hitching a ride with Kipo, and an apparently redeemed Charlie joins the birds' party.
- Jesse Eisenberg as Blu, a male Spix's Macaw from Minnesota and the protagonist. He is Jewel's mate.
- Anne Hathaway as Jewel, a female Spix's Macaw from Rio de Janeiro and the deuteragonist. She is Blu's mate.
- Jemaine Clement as Nigel, an evil Sulphur-crested Cockatoo and the main antagonist. He seeks revenge on Blu for crippling his ability to fly.
- George Lopez as Rafael, a romantic Toco Toucan fond of Carnival.
- Jamie Foxx as Nico, Pedro's close friend. He is a Yellow Canary with a green and blue striped bottle cap as a hat and tambourine. He loves to samba.
- will.i.am as Pedro, a rapping Red-crested Cardinal and Nico's best friend.
- Rachel Crow as Carla, Blu and Jewel's eldest daughter and one of the three tritagonists.
- Amandla Stenberg as Bia, Blu and Jewel's younger daughter and one of the three tritagonists.
- Pierce Gagnon as Tiago, Blu and Jewel's youngest one-and-only son and one of the three tritagonists.
- Andy García as Eduardo, Jewel's father and the leader of the Spix's Macaw Tribe.
- Bruno Mars as Roberto, a wild, yet very suave Spix's Macaw and Jewel's childhood friend.
- Kristin Chenoweth as Gabi, a villainous, but emotional poison dart frog and Nigel's sidekick. She is in love with her boss.
- Rita Moreno as Mimi, Eduardo's funny older sister.
- Tracy Morgan as Luiz, a bulldog and a chainsaw expert who has a medical condition of drooling.
- Bebel Gilberto as Eva, a Keel-billed Toucan and Rafael's wife.
- Kate Micucci as Tiny, a female Finch.
- Philip Lawrence as Felipe, the aggressive leader of the Scarlet Macaw tribe.
- Jeffrey Garcia as Spoonbill and Peri
- Claira Titman as Claira
- Jason Harris as the Old Bird.
- Carlinhos Brown as the Audition Bird.
- Charlie, a non-speaking anteater and Nigel's henchman. He wears a bowler hat and a bow tie.
- Leslie Mann as Linda Gunderson, a girl who discovered Blu after he was taken from Rio de Janeiro to Moose Lake and adopted him for 15 years.
- Rodrigo Santoro as Tulio Monteiro, a Brazilian ornithologist.
- Jake T. Austin as Fernando, Marcel's former impoverished assistant.
- Natalie Morales as the Newscaster 
- Janelle Monáe as Dr. Monáe 
- Miguel Ferrer as "Big Boss", the leader of the illegal loggers and the secondary antagonist. He has a pet monkey, and is addictive to lollipops.
- Sérgio Mendes as the Street Vendor
- Bernardo de Paula as the Carnival Barker and the Blue Sentry
- Randy Thom as the Logging Foreman
In an interview after his nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original Song, Sérgio Mendes said that the first film is likely to have a sequel and that Carlos Saldanha is planning it for release in 2014, a few months before the 2014 FIFA World Cup, which will be held in Brazil. Also, a spokesperson for 20th Century Fox said that the studio is interested in turning Rio into a franchise.
- ""I think the plan is for the movie to come three or four months before the World Cup. Fox has been talking about (it) and it looks like it's going to happen. We're going to have a meeting I think next week and Carlos is coming to town to tell us the story, and it looks like it's a go.""
- ―Sérgio Mendes, January 25, 2012.
Variety states that Saldanha had officially signed a five-year deal with 20th Century Fox that allows him to helm live-action and/or animated films, with the sequel being part of that contractual agreement.
On April 7, 2012, Deadline.com reported that Jesse Eisenberg has signed up to reprise his role as Blu. Anne Hathaway had also signed on to reprise her role as Jewel. Rodrigo Santoro had confirmed his return to voice ornithologist Tulio Monteiro, as well as hinting that the sequel's setting will involve more of the Amazon.
On April 18, 2013, 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios unveiled the first teaser trailer at the annual Las Vegas, Nevada CinemaCon.  On May 14, 2013, that same trailer was released online worldwide and attached with Epic.
On June 18, a new promo poster was released at the Licensing Expo 2013 in Las Vegas.
On August 29, 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios unveiled the theatrical trailer in San Francisco.
On September 24, 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios unveiled a Sneak Peek on USA Today's website.
On September 25, the official Rio Twitter account asked fans to tune in to Entertainment Tonight for an exclusive preview of the Rio 2 trailer. The program ended with a 20 second look at various scenes from the film. A replay of the preview was made available on the website the following day.
On October 2, that same theatrical trailer was released online worldwide.
On October 12, 20th Century Fox and Blue Sky Studios unveiled new video clips in Times Square in New York City, and the video clips will air in March 2014.
- "It's going to be unique. It's a new story, and in some songs, my band is part of it."
- ―Sérgio Mendes, October 23, 2013.
On December 9, 20th Century Fox released a video clip showcasing new scenes from the film. A performance from Janelle Monáe, who was nominated as Billboard's Rising Star for 2013, was also shown.
On December 10, NBC's The Today Show aired a video clip featuring more film footage, including a scene where Today Show news anchor Natalie Morales, for her animation debut, voices a newscaster modeled after her.
On December 12, a second official trailer was unveiled worldwide, along with a further description of the story and the new characters.
On December 13, that same trailer was posted on YouTube by the official Rio movie channel.
On December 26, a music video in which the Rio cast danced to the track "What Is Love" by Janelle Monáe was uploaded to the official Rio channel on YouTube. In addition, a clip featuring more film footage of the New Year's Eve party was also uploaded to the channel.
On January 17, 2014, the official Rio movie channel on YouTube uploaded a video announcing Rita Moreno as the recipient of the SAG Life Achievement Award. A short clip from Rio 2 featuring her character Mimi was also shown in the video.
On January 23, along with four new posters, it was revealed by Blue Sky that another musical talent, Wondaland, is going to feature their music in Rio 2.
On January 24, the official Rio Twitter account invited fans to a special Grammy coverage with Nico and Pedro on January 26.
On January 31, a video featuring Bruno Mars, Jamie Foxx and will.i.am - Musician Early, was released worldwide.
On February 11, a new trailer featuring the characters Nigel and Gabi, Runs Wild, was released.
On February 14, a telenovela series has been released, telling the story of the forbidden love between Nigel and Gabi.
Entertainer Bruno Mars joined the cast as Roberto after director Carlos Saldanha caught his performance on Saturday Night Live. During production, Mars offered his own personal touches that better shaped his character's physical appearance, personality and voice.
On February 19, a video was uploaded that detailed how Carlos Saldanha and his team reached out to various groups to assemble and enrich the music of Rio 2.
On March 17, a series of interviews were released in which Jesse Eisenberg, Anne Hathaway, Bruno Mars, will.i.am, and Jamie Foxx elaborate on the film through their characters' eyes.
On March 19, the complete B-roll for the film was released, showcasing brief compilations of the voice acting done for much of the main characters, as well as musical performances by Bruno Mars, Jamie Foxx, Barbatuques and others.
On March 20, a compilation of scenes animated by Stewart Shaw was released.
On April 1, a clip featuring the highlights of the Rio 2 themed events in Miami, Florida, was uploaded to Rio's YouTube channel.
On April 2, a clip discussing the journey Blu and his family take across Brazil, as well as a few more scenes form the film, was uploaded to Rio's YouTube channel.
On April 9, a clip featuring interviews with Bruno Mars and Philip Lawrence about their characters, as well as a few new scenes from them film, was uploaded to Rio's YouTube channel.
ReleaseThe film was released to international theaters on March 20, 2014. The film's premiere was held in Miami, Florida on March 20, 2014. The film was released in the United States on April 11, 2014.
Under the supervision of 20th Century Fox - with director Carlos Saldanha and music composer John Powell - the film's natural hometown of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil used the film as a tie-in promotion for the 2014 New Year's Eve celebration at Copacabana Beach.
Three of four Angry Birds Rio episodes — all visually tied to Rio 2 — have been released. The first, "Rocket Rumble", was released in December 2013, the second, "High Dive", in February 2014,the third, "Blossom River", in April 2014, and the fourth, Timber Tumble, in July 15, 2014. In April 2014, Kohl's began selling Blu, Gabi and Luiz plush toys as a part of their Kohl’s Cares merchandise program.
Rio 2 received mixed reviews from critics. Review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives the film a score of 47% based on reviews from 94 critics, with an average rating of 5.4/10. The site's consensus reads: "Like most sequels, Rio 2 takes its predecessor's basic template and tries to make it bigger -- which means it's even busier, more colorful, and ultimately more exhausting for viewers outside the youthful target demographic." Another review aggregation website, Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 top reviews from mainstream critics, calculated a score of 49 out of 100 based on 34 reviews, which indicates mixed or average reviews.
Mark Adams of Screen Daily said, "As a delightfully bright and breezy bit of 3D animated entertainment Rio 2 hits the sweet spot, and will no doubt be a box office hit with its blend of good-natured jungle adventure, songs and gags. The only frustrating thing is that it feels very much like a by-the-numbers sequel, lacking the verve, ebullience and left-field humour that made 2011’s Rio such a surprise hit." Justin Lowe of The Hollywood Reporter said, "This rumble in the jungle adds a colorful cast of rain-forest creatures to the franchise's infectious sense of frivolity." Justin Chang of Variety said, "Domestic and ecological dramas abound in this bright, noisy, overstuffed sequel to Fox's 2011 surprise hit." Tom Huddleston of Time Out gave the film three out of five stars, saying "There are problems here ... but the characterisation is feisty and memorable, the song-and-dance sequences intricate and colourful, and it'll charm the socks off little people." Kyle Smith of the New York Post gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "Rio 2 is not what I would call Amazon prime, but it's got enough silly songs and daffy critters to keep the little ones happy." Claudia Puig of USA Today gave the film two out of four stars, saying "Rio 2 teems with colorful animated splendor and elaborate musical numbers, but its rambling, hectic, if good-hearted, story is for the birds." Richard Corliss of Time gave the film a positive review, saying "Even when it's coarse and calculating, this is an eager entertainment machine that will keep the kids satisfied. Just don't tell them that the Rio movies are musical comedies about an avian genocide."
Elizabeth Weitzman of the New York Daily News gave the film three out of five stars, saying "We're grading on a sliding scale here. But if Rio 2 is hardly Pixar quality, it's certainly better than the average animated sequel." Peter Hartlaub of the San Francisco Chronicle gave the film two out of four stars, saying "It's like the last Hobbit movie - so much time passes between side plots that you have to jog the memory when a minor character appears again. Who's that toucan again? Is he a bad guy?" Bill Goodykoontz of The Arizona Republic gave the film three out of four stars, saying "An agreeable song-and-dance movie, a laugh here, a laugh there, pleasant but overly busy, for seemingly no real reason other than to throw a few more set pieces at the wall to see what sticks." Jessica Herndon of the Associated Press gave the film three out of four stars, saying "With so much going on, it's a wonder this kids' movie is only five minutes longer than the original. But for the music and brilliantly picturesque look, it's worth the 3-D ticket." Stephanie Merry of The Washington Post gave the film two out of four stars, saying "All in all, though, the movie feels at once too busy and too derivative. That's no easy feat, but it's also one sequel-makers probably shouldn't aspire to." Bruce Demara of the Toronto Star gave the film two and a half stars out of four, saying "Those who enjoyed the adventures of Blu and Jewel and company in the first Rio are going to find the sequel an equally pleasing diversion."
Tom Russo of The Boston Globe gave the film two out of four stars, saying "The story flows, but not always freely, thanks to its manufactured feel." Jeannette Catsoulis of The New York Times gave the film a negative review, saying "The cinematic equivalent of attack by kaleidoscope, Rio 2 sucks you in and whirls you around before spitting you out, exhausted." Betsy Sharkey of the Los Angeles Times gave the film a negative review, saying "Wonderfully animated and well-voiced, Rio 2 is nevertheless too much. Too much plot, too many issues, too many characters." Bill Zwecker of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film three out of four stars, saying "It's as good as the first one and sure to please both the kiddies and adults with its two-tiered humor." Tirdad Derakhshani of The Philadelphia Inquirer gave the film two out of four stars, saying "It'll keep the kids content for a couple of hours, though it's likely to bore the grown-ups." Liam Lacey of The Globe and Mail gave the album three out of four stars, saying "Rio 2 (like Fox’s Ice Age series) relies on derivative plotting and slapstick visual gags, in contrast to Pixar’s more cerebral originality. Where the film excels though, in an even more pronounced way than the first film, is in the choreographed animation for the musical numbers." Alonso Duralde of The Wrap gave the film a negative review, saying "The musical moments, on the whole, stand out as the highlights of the film; Rio 2 becomes watchable when the flat characters shut up and sing."
Rafer Guzman of Newsday gave the film one and a half stars out of four, saying "The movie has one goal: to amuse the most children with the least amount of effort." Steve Persall of the Tampa Bay Times gave the album a B+, saying "Like its peppy predecessor, Rio 2 doesn't look or sound like other animated licenses to print money. That alone is reason enough to appreciate it." Kevin McFarland of The A.V. Club gave the film a C, saying "Like the first film, Rio 2 is almost oppressively bright, bombarding the screen with flashes of saturated rainforest colors and even a bird version of soccer (timed a bit too perfectly to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil)." Mike McCahill of The Guardian gave the film two out of five stars, saying "It's hard to ascribe much art or wit to a franchise that retains the services of will.i.am as comic relief – and a thoroughly inorganic talent-show subplot feels like another attempt to groom youngsters for life in the Cowell jungle." Robbie Collin of The Daily Telegraph gave the film two out of five stars, saying "This jumbled sequel, which was also directed by Carlos Saldanha, loses most of what made the first film such an infectious entertainment." Eric Henderson of Slant Magazine gave the film one out of five stars, saying "Though there isn't a fruit-flavored hue that isn't jammed into every single corner of screen space in Rio 2, the movie has less actual nutritional value than 10 bowls of crushed Froot Loops dust. 20th Century Fox's sequel to the already dubious 2011 film would seem far too endlessly hyperventilating and self-stimulating a way to keep kids from barreling toward a spaz attack on a Saturday afternoon."
As of June 15, 2014, Rio 2 has grossed $126,666,670 in North America, and $321,000,002 in other countries, for a worldwide total of $486, 164, 511. In North America, the film earned $12 million on its opening day, and opened to number two in its first weekend, with $39,327,869, behind Captain America: The Winter Soldier. In its second weekend, the film dropped to number three, grossing an additional $22,159,742. In its third weekend, the film dropped to number four, grossing $13,881,457. In its fourth weekend, the film dropped to number five, grossing $7,711,952.
- Main article: Rio 2 Soundtracks
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- Main article: Rio 2 Score
An additional album featuring John Powell's original score was released on April 8, 2014 by Sony Classical.
- "The success of the first film was the start of a franchise."
- ―20th Century Fox spokesperson, January 27, 2012.
A spokesperson for 20th Century Fox stated that they are interested in turning Rio into a franchise due to the original's gross success and critical acclaim.
- There are roughly 142 Spix's Macaws that appear in the giant "2" of the animated poster. The number of Spix's Macaws within that formation seems to loosely follow the real-life population of the species left in existence (most of which are kept in captivity).
- Before the official release of the movie, a deleted scene was leaked showing Linda, Tulio, and Fernando's search for Spix's Macaws.
- According to Carlos Saldanha in an exclusive interview with Brazil's Fantastico program, recreating the entire Amazon jungle for the movie was a six-month process.
- The scene with the auditions and the monkey swinging on the rock attached to a rope is a parody of American singer Miley Cyrus's famous and controversial music video for her 2013 hit single "Wrecking Ball". The video featured Cyrus swinging on an actual wrecking ball. The monkey parodies this by swinging on the large rock.
- Main article: Rio 2/Gallery
Interviews and Featurettes
- ↑ RIO 2 (U)
- ↑ 'Rio 2' to take on 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' at box office
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 Rio 2 (2014)
- ↑ 4.00 4.01 4.02 4.03 4.04 4.05 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 Twentieth Century Fox Animation Announces RIO 2 Casting
- ↑ The Real "Rio": True Story of a Spix's Macaw
- ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 Sneak Peek: In 'Rio 2,' love is not just for the birds
- ↑ 7.0 7.1 7.2 Rio 2 (2014) - Full Cast & Crew
- ↑ Rio 2 Interview - Bruno Mars & Philip Lawrence
- ↑ Natalie gets animated in ‘Rio 2’
- ↑ Guess who has a cameo in "Rio 2"? That's our very own @NMoralesNBC!
- ↑ Monáe Voicing as the Doctor in ‘Rio 2′
- ↑ 12.0 12.1 Sergio Mendes says a 'Rio' sequel 'looks like it's going to happen'
- ↑ 'Rio' helmer Carlos Saldanha inks Fox pact
- ↑ Jesse Eisenberg is leaving ICM for CAA
- ↑ Catwoman joining Thor on Spielberg's Robopocalypse?
- ↑ Rodrigo Santoro Talks 300: RISE OF AN EMPIRE, RIO 2, HELENO and More
- ↑ Screenwriter Don Rhymer dies at 51
- ↑ Screenwriter Don Rhymer dies at 51
- ↑ CinemaCon: 20th Century Fox Previews Its 2013 Slate
- ↑ http://spinoff.comicbookresources.com/2013/04/22/cinemacon-fox-previews-epic-the-wolverine-rio-2-and-more/
- ↑ (UPDATED) Watch: Portuguese Teaser for Rio 2
- ↑ https://twitter.com/search?q=%23Rio2&src=hash
- ↑ Sergio Mendes talks 'Rio,' Prince and The Black Eyed Peas
- ↑ Exclusive new Rio 2 posters
- ↑ Bruno Mars Cast In Rio 2
- ↑ UPDATE: Intl Box Office: 'Rio 2' Soars With $63.4M; 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Blasts Past $300M Overseas; 'Noah' Adds $36.2M; 'Divergent' Nearing $50M
- ↑ Anne Hathaway stuns in purple and orange ensemble at Rio 2 premiere
- ↑ [VIDEO] 'Rio 2' New Trailer - Release Date April 11, 2014
- ↑ New Year’s Eve in Copacabana 2014 there will be the animation "Rio 2" as the theme
- ↑ New Angry Birds Rio Rocket Rumble Update Out Now!
- ↑ The Gang from “RIO” is Going for the “Angry Birds”
- ↑ Take a High Dive in Angry Birds Rio and Set the River Dolphins Free!
- ↑ Jump on a Riverboat for a Crazy Cruise in Angry Birds Rio!
- ↑ Kohl’s Cares Offers Exclusive RIO 2 Merchandise for Just $5
- ↑ Rio 2 Blu-ray
- ↑ Rio 2 Blu-ray
- ↑ Rio 2 (2014)
- ↑ Rio 2 Reviews
- ↑ Rio 2
- ↑ Rio 2 Review
- ↑ ‘Rio 2′ Review: More Is Less in Overstuffed Sequel
- ↑ Rio 2
- ↑ Birds of a feather flock together in lighthearted ‘Rio 2′
- ↑ Vibrant 'Rio 2' feathers its nest with too many plots
- ↑ Rio 2 Movie Review
- ↑ ‘Rio 2,’ movie review
- ↑ 'Rio 2' review: Fun but flawed
- ↑ Review: 'Rio 2'
- ↑ Rhythmic 'Rio 2' is dazzling but overloaded : Entertainment
- ↑ ‘Rio 2’ movie review
- ↑ Rio 2 features feather-flying jungle fun: review
- ↑ ‘Rio 2’: on the win again in Brazil, this time flying inland
- ↑ Domesticated Macaws Reclaiming Their Wild Side
- ↑ Review: Amid 'Rio 2's' cacophony, the musical numbers shine
- ↑ ‘Rio 2’: More guffaws from Brazil’s funniest macaws
- ↑ 'Rio 2' a gorgeous but muddled sequel
- ↑ Rio 2: Thrilling, but too many bad guys
- ↑ ‘Rio 2' Review: A Zippy Musical Trapped Inside a Tedious Kiddie Movie
- ↑ Review: 'Rio 2'
- ↑ Review: 'Rio 2' is worth squawking about
- ↑ Too much story and too many bright colors bring down Rio 2
- ↑ Rio 2 review – wild beasts turned cash cows
- ↑ Rio 2, review: 'a jumbled sequel'
- ↑ Rio 2: Film Review
- ↑ Friday Box Office: 'Rio 2' Tops 'Captain America 2'
- ↑ Weekend Box Office Results for April 11-13, 2014
- ↑ Weekend Box Office Results for April 18-20, 2014
- ↑ Weekend Box Office Results for April 25-27, 2014
- ↑ Weekend Box Office Results for May 2-4, 2014
- ↑ ‘Rio 2′ Soundtrack Details
- ↑ Rio 2 (Music From the Motion Picture)
- ↑ Soundtrack - Chart history
- ↑ Soundtrack - Chart history
- ↑ Original Motion Picture Score Soundtrack Of RIO 2 Available April 8
- ↑ Rio 3: The Cast Tells Us Where They Want to Go In A Sequel
- Official website
- Rio 2 at the Internet Movie Database
- Rio 2 at Rotten Tomatoes
- Rio 2 at Metacritic
- Rio 2 at Box Office Mojo
- Sneak Peek: In 'Rio 2,' love is not just for the birds.
- Rio 2 IMDb profile
- Fantástico: Carlos Saldanha shows backstage of animation Rio 2
|Rio (2011) • Rio 2 (2014) • Rio 3 (TBA)|
|Rio: The Series (TBD)|
|Blu • Jewel • Rafael • Nico • Pedro • Luiz • Carla • Bia • Tiago • Nigel • Fernando • Linda Gunderson • Tulio Monteiro • Eva • Mimi • Eduardo • Roberto • Gabi • Charlie • Big Boss • Felipe • Tiny • Claira|
|Multiplayer Party Game • DS version • Angry Birds Rio|
|"Real in Rio" • "Hot Wings (I Wanna Party)" • "Pretty Bird" • "Take You To Rio" • "Let Me Take You To Rio" • "Telling the World" • "Sapo Cai" • "Fly Love" • "Samba de Orly" • "Funky Monkey" • "What Is Love" • "Welcome Back" • "It's A Jungle Out Here" • "I Will Survive" • "Don't Go Away" • "Beautiful Creatures" • "Favo De Mel" • "Ô Vida" • "Bola Viva" • "Poisonous Love" • "Rio Rio"|
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|Peanuts (2015) • Ice Age 5 (2016) • Ferdinand (2017) • Anubis (2018) • Spore (TBA) • Rio 3 (TBA)|
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