Peter Rabbit (2018)

  • Released on 2018-02-07

    Watch full movie online Peter Rabbit (2018) in HD quality. Movie Peter Rabbit (2018) was released in February 7, 2018 in genre Animation. Movie Peter Rabbit (2018) is movie directed by Will Gluck. and starring by James Corden. Movie Peter Rabbit (2018) tell story about Peter Rabbit's feud with Mr. McGregor escalates to greater heights than ever before as they rival for the affections of the warm-hearted animal lover who lives next door.

Status Released
Runtime 93 minutes
Director Will Gluck.
Production Companies Sony Pictures Animation
Budget $50,000,000.00 USD
Language English.
Revenue $309,973,563.00 USD
Popularity 26.140714


  • ( 6.4/10 from 232 votes )

James Corden

as Peter Rabbit (voice)

Rose Byrne

as Beatrix 'Bea' Potter / Jemima Puddle-Duck (voice)

Margot Robbie

as Flopsy Rabbit / Narrator (voice)

Sam Neill

as Mr. McGregor / Tommy Brock (voice)

Domhnall Gleeson

as Thomas McGregor / Mr. Jeremy Fisher (voice)

Daisy Ridley

as Cottontail Rabbit (voice)

Elizabeth Debicki

as Mopsy Rabbit (voice)

Sia Furler

as Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle (voice)

Felix Williamson

as Derek

Fayssal Bazzi

as Mr. Tod (voice)

Ewen Leslie

as Pigling Bland (voice)

Rachel Ward

as Josephine Rabbit (voice)

Bryan Brown

as Mr. Rabbit (voice)

David Wenham

as Johnny Town-Mouse (voice)

Fletcher Sheridan

as Singing Sparrow (voice)

Marianne Jean-Baptiste

as General Manager

Terenia Edwards

as Siobhan

Colin Moody

as Benjamin Bunny (voice)

Christian Gazal

as Felix D'eer (voice)

Alexandra Gluck

as London Street Rat (voice)

Taryn Gluck

as London Street Rat (voice)

Will Reichelt

as JW Rooster II (voice)

Jessica Freedman

as Singing Sparrow (voice)

Shana Halligan

as Singing Sparrow (voice)

Katharine Hoye

as Singing Sparrow (voice)

Chris Mann

as Singing Sparrow (voice)

Chad Reisser

as Singing Sparrow (voice)

Vauxhall Jermaine

as Jackson

Beatrix Potter

as Book

Dominic Lewis

as Music

Peter Menzies Jr.

as Director of Photography

Christian Gazal

as Editor


I was very pleased with this film. My gf and I appeared to be the only ones in the theater without kids. And the auditorium was full. The movie is very kid centric and does not rely on crude or off color humor to keep the adults interested. Many, many times the kids laughed out loud. As did many adults. And much to my surprise, a good majority of the audience applauded at t he end. I've seen a few movies where some of the audience clapped. But not one where the vast majority did. I recommend it going and seeing it if you have kids. And even if you don't.