PG | | Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Feature adaptation of Beatrix Potter's classic tale of a rebellious rabbit trying to sneak into a farmer's vegetable garden.
The way Peter's face goes red after being attacked by Thomas McGregor slightly resembles an injured rabbit from the film Watership Down (1978) released 40 years prior, of which is also a film about Rabbits in England, and starred John Hurt, who previously collaborated with James Corden in ... ...
I'm still so out of shape.
Peter Rabbit: How's it working with the putting the dressing on the side?
Benjamin Bunny: Good. But, I don't understand why it's healthier to drink it all at once.
When the animals hide as McGregor enters the mansion, the badger stays where he is and only covers his eyes. Peter then says "No, just because you can't see him, doesn't mean he can't see you!" None of the animals have seen McGregor yet as it was the duck who saw the car roll up into the driveway. Peter and the other animals have no reason to know that it's a man who is going to enter the room.
During the end credits, it is shown that Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits eventually moved to London together where Thomas has his own toy shop and Bea begins to write and illustrate books based on Peter and his friends.
$25,010,928 (USA) (11 February 2018)
$58,745,702 (USA) (22 February 2018)
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