Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure movie trailer - starring Amanda Bynes, Charles Adler, Julia Duffy, Maria Bamford, David Beron. Directed by Mario Piluso. Genre: Children's
Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure movie trailer - starring Amanda Bynes, Julia Duffy, Charles Adler, Maria Bamford, David Beron. Directed by Mario Piluso. Genre: Children's
Rating: Not Rated
Having learned the importance of friendship from Charlotte the spider, Wilbur the pig befriends a lonely lamb in this sequel to E.B. White's tale.
One of the most beloved stories of all-time continues with this heartwarming, music-filled adventure (based on the characters from the classic children's book Charlotte's Web by E.B. White). With colorful new characters, 4 brand-new songs, and important messages about friendship and individuality, Charlotte's Web 2: Wilbur's Great Adventure is timeless family entertainment. Wilbur the pig knows how important friendship is--he learned that from a spider named Charlotte. So when Wilbur meets Cardigan, a lonely lamb, Wilbur immediately makes him his friend. Wilbur shows Cardigan the joys of farm life, and introduces him to three very special spiders--Nellie, Aranea and Joy--Charlotte's daughters. When Farmer Zukerman suddenly sells Cardigan to another farmer, Wilbur realizes what he must do. Joined by a cunning rat named Templeton, Wilbur and Charlotte's daughters set out on an unforgettable journey to find Cardigan...and discover that with courage, heart and the love of your friends, you can do most anything.
When Farmer Zuckerman suddenly sells Cardigan, a lamb whom Wilbur befriends, Wilbur realizes what he must do. Joined by the cunning rat Templeton, Wilbur and Charlotte's daughters set out on a journey to find Cardigan.
"A Very Special Boy"
Adam discover the only reason he's never been eaten or seriously maimed at CDMS, is because of his "special" status. Adam demands the status be removed, and when it is, he finds out the true meaning of "survival of the fittest."
"Knights of the Multiplication Table"
Phinneas daydreams of a world where he and the Spiffies are heroic knights sent by King Pixiefrog to rescue Lady Warthog from the evil Jake Dragonmonkey.
A jungle girl, raised by possums, shows up at CDMS, posing a threat to Adam's status as the SHOC - Sole Human On Campus.
A letter to the editor makes Jake think that Adam is considering leaving CDMS. In an effort to make Adam feel more welcome, he and his friends set out to become more human.
"Animal School Musical" (One-hour special)
Jake's wish to live in a real live musical comes true, after he knocks the wish granting "David Coppertrout" out of the Central Stream. Soon, everyone is singing, all the time, except ironically, for Jake. Turns out, he has no musical talent or ability, and unless he finds some, he and his friends will be trapped in the musical nightmare forever.
During spring break, Jake, Adam and the gang head to Hawaii to rescue Mrs. Warthog from seemingly hungry natives. Meanwhile, Pixiefrog and the rest of the faculty are under siege from flocks of migrating bird students returning to CDMS.
Adam's love of Thanksgiving doesn't translate to the animal world. Some ghosts haunt him and try to show him how horrible Thanksgiving is, but in the end, everyone finds the love in Turkey Day.
"Where In the World Are Adam's Parents"
The mystery of Adam's seemingly non-existent parents reaches a frenzy, as his friends fear he has actually eaten them.
Jake is inspired by a guest speaker to become a mountain goat, much to the chagrin of Adam and Mr. Mandrill, who want him to be the best spidermonkey he can be.
After pulling two straight weeks of all nighters before final exams, Adam goes feral. Jake is overjoyed, hoping to finally realize his dream of training a wild child for the National Wild Boy Competition. The competition doesn't go so well, but Jake tries to redeem his reputation by teaching Adam to use utensils, so that he can escort Kerry to a debutant ball.
"Four Eyed Jake"
Adam learns that Jake is nearly blind and convinces him to get glasses, despite Jake's protests that revealing his weakness will cause him to be shunned by the gang. Sure enough, he is shunned by the gang.
"Synch or Swim"
Jake's desperate desire to be a part of CDMS' synchronized swim team leads to disaster and attacks by mutant "sea simians."
When Nurse Gazelle's dirty little secret comes out (she never graduated middle school), she's forced to give up her post and become one of the students, leaving Pixiefrog as the new school nurse, and Adam and Jake as the fill-in principals.
Bull Sharkowski finally gets his braces off and, due to his extreme vanity, becomes a different kind of bully.
"Mandrill of the House"
Windsor is distraught over his mother dating Mr. Mandrill.
"The Notorious Windsor Gorilla"
Adam's painting of Windsor turns the gorilla into a star, and leaves Adam bitter and angry about Windsor's fancy new life.
"Ingrid Through the Out Door"
A sudden growth spurt makes Ingrid too tall to fit in the halls at CDMS. Fearing a lawsuit, Pixiefrog quickly graduates her from 7th grade, directly into high school, where she must contend with far more advanced and dangerous teenage students.
"The Ivy League"
Due to another clerical error, Jake Spidermonkey finds out he's actually Jake Spiderplant, and is transferred to Creeping Broad-Leaf Sedge Middle School, where he has a hard time fitting in with his fellow plants.
"Robo Frog 3000"
The school board replaces Principal Pixiefrog with a robot, and as a result, hilarity ensues.
"My Feral Lyon"
In the hope of scoring a leather jacket for Jake, Adam joins The Ferals, an after school "club," full of tough cats, and is put through a hair-raising initiation.
"A Mid Semester Life's Dream"
Miss Chameleon confesses that her acting career stalled due to terrible stage fright, so Adam, Jake, Windsor and the gang try to help her.