Maya The Bee – The Honey Games Release Details Maya The Bee – The Honey Games Release Details
Maya is a determined little bee, but sometimes her determination can get her into sticky situations. Maya The Bee – The Honey Games is... Maya The Bee – The Honey Games Release Details

Maya is a determined little bee, but sometimes her determination can get her into sticky situations. Maya The Bee – The Honey Games is the uplifting and heart-warming story of how friendship, tolerance and perseverance are the most important virtues of all, available exclusively at Vue nationwide from 6th April, 2018 courtesy of Signature Entertainment.

When an overenthusiastic Maya accidentally embarrasses the Empress of thriving hive Buzztropolis, she is forced to unite with a team of misfit bugs and compete in the iconic Honey Games. The stakes couldn’t be higher; if Maya loses, her hive on Poppy Meadow will be depleted of all its honey. In order to save the fate of her hive, Maya must call on her friendship with a cohort of clumsy, loveable and trustworthy bugs in the face of her biggest ever challenge. As the comrades venture on their epic journey, they realise it takes more than a plucky attitude to be a champion and they must listen to friends and foes alike to guide them to victory.

Following the global buzz of the first film, Maya The Bee – The Honey Games expands on the Maya the Bee universe, whilst also bringing back beloved characters from both the previous film and the popular children’s novel. From Directors Noel Cleary and Sergio Delfino (Chicken Run, Wallace and Gromit: A Close Shave), Co-Director Alexs Stadermann and Scriptwriter Fin Edquist, Maya The Bee – The Honey Games is a fun-filled adventure that is a must-see for families this Easter. Maya The Bee – The Honey Games is produced by Studio 100 Media in coproduction with Australian company Studio B Animation and in association with Flying Bark Productions.

MAYA THE BEE: THE HONEY GAMES release details

Theatrical release date:                       6th April 2018

Running time:                                                          77 minutes

Cert:                                                                            U

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