Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
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Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb

98 min
Adventure | Comedy | Family | Fantasy
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Shawn Levy
1 nomination
Country: USA
Release Date: 2014-12-19
Filming Locations: London, England, UK
Budget: $127,000,000
Gross: $111,653,970 (USA) (25 February 2015)
Rami Malek
Rami Malek
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Rebel Wilson
Rebel Wilson
Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
Ben Stiller
Larry Daley
Robin Williams
Teddy Roosevelt
Owen Wilson
Steve Coogan
Ricky Gervais
Dr. McPhee
Dan Stevens
Sir Lancelot
Skyler Gisondo
Nick Daley
Patrick Gallagher
Attila the Hun
Mizuo Peck
Ben Kingsley
Crystal the Monkey
Dick Van Dyke
Mickey Rooney
Bill Cobbs
Andrea Martin
Rose (Archivist)
Rachael Harris
Madeline Phelps
Matt Frewer
Archibald Stanley
Brad Garrett
Easter Island Head (voice)
Regina Taufen
NY Reporter (voice)
Percy Hynes White
C.J. Fredericks (as Percy Hynes-White)
Brennan Elliott
Robert Fredericks
Kerry van der Griend
Neanderthal #1
Matthew Harrison
Neanderthal #2
Jody Racicot
Neanderthal #3
Randy Lee
Hun #1
Darryl Quon
Hun #2
Paul Chih-Ping Cheng
Hun #3
Gerald Wong
Hun #4
Anjali Jay
Matty Finochio
Roman Sentry
Patrick Sabongui
Amir M. Korangy
1938 Egyptian Worker
Louriza Tronco
Sophie Levy
Sophie (Nick's Party)
Jin Sangha
Egyptian High Priest #1
James Neate
Augustus Statue
Kishore Bhatt
Theatre Patron
Arpit Chaudhary
Theatre Patron
Sian Doughty
Theatre Patron
Jordan Gardiner
Wealthy Donor
Helena Kalvak
Shaun Lucas
Museum Patron
Martyn Mayger
Action Car Driver
Orpheus Spiliotopoulos
Chris Woods
Theatre Patron
Jozef Aoki
Japanese Shogun
Dmitrious Bistrevsky
Greek Statue (uncredited)
Hannah Blamires
Theatre Patron
Jill Buchanan
Catherine Elissa Chow
Theatre Patron
Michael Patrick Denis
Young Ahkmenrah's Father (uncredited)
Theo Devaney
Lord Nelson
John Dryden
Mummy #2 (uncredited)
Peter Dwerryhouse
Alice Eve
Herself (uncredited)
Ian Hawes
Gala Photographer
Matthew Hoglie
Gala Attendee (uncredited)
Nils Hognestad
Cowboy (uncredited)
Bomber Hurley-Smith
Roman Sentry (uncredited)
Hugh Jackman
Himself (uncredited)
Gary Johnson
Theatre Patron
Zivile Kaminskaite
Gala Event Wealthy Donor
Sayed Kassem
Assyrian (uncredited)
Demi Kazanis
Theatre Patron
Sid Man
Craig March
NY Cop #2
Stuart Matthews
Theatre Patron
Todor Maxim
Museum Guard
Doris McCarthy
Wealthy Donor (uncredited)
Pete Meads
Leah Perkins
BMW Driver
Jacqueline Ryan
Wealthy Donor (uncredited)
Steve Saunders
Ella Olivia Stiller
Child on London Bus (uncredited)
Quinn Dempsey Stiller
Child on London Bus (uncredited)
Stefano Villabona
Gala Photographer
Seth Whittaker
Museum Guard #2
Brian Woodward
Theatre Patron
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Final film to feature Robin Williams in an on-screen role. His last movie, Absolutely Anything (2015), would only feature his voice.
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Robin Williams's penultimate film role, and final on screen performance.
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"London Calling" plays when Larry and Nikki arrive in London. It is by The Clash.
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Contrary to popular belief, Neanderthals have been proved to be false. In Time magazine (from 1971) it was reported that the remains found of the supposed Neanderthal in France in 1903 were in fact of an actual modern human. What threw off the science was the assumption that the skeleton was "normal", so then assumed to be different than modern humans; but in fact, more recent (1971-today) studies have shown that the skeleton is of an average male but disfigured from arthritis and rickets. (Source: "Upgrading Neanderthal Man", Time Magazine, May 17, 1971, Vol. 97, No. 20) So the use of the Neanderthal in the movies are completely for laughs, not for actual facts.
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As the camera approaches Dexter and Larry from behind, as Larry says goodbye to Dexter, a third hand can be seen by Dexter, presumably, the trainer who is crouching below the table/alter.
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Consensus among scientists is that the Neanderthal humanoids were intelligent beings capable of elaborate speech, complex and logical reasoning and action, and had sophisticated social and cultural merits. Even for comic relief it can be regarded as backward to portray our common ancestors as brutish idiots, while they should be regarded as extremely skilled survival experts, before climate change, mass extinction of primary resources and brutal invasion and later assimilation and cross-procreation by/with other species of human led to their demise. In short: Neanderthals were not stupid, just less capable of adaptation than Homo Sapiens.
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Merenkahre: You are speaking to the Pharaoh. Kiss my staff!
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Jedediah: Where the heck are we?
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Sir Lancelot: Sir Lancelot, at your service.
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Photos from cast
Rami Malek Rebel Wilson Neve Gachev
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