The Teletubbies Movie 2: To Walt Tubbie World is a 2014 British-American live-action family's movie where the Teletubbies go to Walt Tubbie World with Walt Tubbie, and is the sequel to the 2011 film "The Teletubbies Movie". It was announced in March 2012 that Disney was moving forward on the project with James Bobin (director of The Teletubbies Movie) and Nicholas Stoller (co-writer of The Teletubbies Movie) writing the screenplay. Bobin also returned to direct the film.
- Simon Shelton as Tinky Winky
- Nikky Smedley as Laa-Laa
- Pui Fan Lee as Po
- John Simmit as Dipsy
- Charles Martinet as Aster
- Samantha Kelly as Princess Tubby
- Thomas Ian Nicholas as Walt Tubbie
In March 2012, after the critical and commercial success of the film, Walt Disney Pictures secured a deal with James Bobin and Nicholas Stoller to direct and write, respectively, a new installment. On March 4, Jason Segelstated that he would have no involvement in the sequel. On April 24, the Walt Disney Studios officially announced that the sequel, tentatively titled The Teletubbies 2, is in development. Ty Burrell has reportedly signed on for the sequel, replacing Christoph Waltz after the latter had scheduling conflicts. David Hoberman and Todd Lieberman will return to produce the film, as well as Bret McKenzie returning to write music for the film. On December 18, 2012, Ricky Gervais signed for the sequel. Six days later, Waltz reaffirmed his role in the film, clarifying that it was reduced to a possible cameo instead.
The movie started filming in January 2013 at Pinewood Studios in England. In February 6 2013, The movie has been received an official name: The Teletubbies Movie 2: To Walt Tubbie World
Principal photography in London wrapped on April 16, 2013 and filming moved to Los Angeles in May 2013.
The film was released on March 21, 2014 to generally positive reviews and modest commercial success.
A TV series is acquired from Magic Windmill Television and the season 1 is started to develop.
The TV series released in 2017 as Teletubbies 2.0.