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‘Boss Baby’ talks to TODAY about his new animated sequel

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“The Boss Baby” was a 2017 animated film about a suit-wearing, briefcase-carrying baby. Now, in a special animation, the Boss Baby himself talks to TODAY’s Hoda Kotb and Al Roker about his upcoming sequel, “The Boss Baby: Family Business.” (Boss Baby is produced by Dreamworks, part of our parent company NBCUniversal. Dreamworks worked with TODAY to produce this video.)