Kirby 4ever: The Second Movie (originally titled Kirby 4ever: A Bigger and Longer Adventure 2!) is a 2006 American animated comedy-adventure film based on the Adult Swim animated televsion series Kirby 4ever. It is the sequel to 2002's Kirby 4ever: A Bigger and Longer Adventure!.
4ever and Kirby learns of Zero's heist, he plans an even greater heist: to shrink and steal the Earth's moon.
Kirby4ever, the creator of Kirby 4ever, said in December 2002 that a sequel was in the works. Release was tentatively scheduled for November 18, 2005, but it was pushed back to May 19, 2006 to avoid competition with Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire.
In April 2003, a story for the film was presented by Pierre Coffin and Chris Renaud. Kirby4ever confirmed in March 2005 that they had started animating the film.
The plot was reused into the 2010 film Despicable Me.
- Main article: Kirby 4ever: The New Beginning
A sequel, titled Kirby 4ever: The New Beginning, was released on July 25, 2013. The film centers around how 4ever and her friends found out that game, therefore meeting WALL-E, but little do they know that they have started a war.
- Main article: Kirby 4ever: The Second Movie/Transcript
- Main article: Kirby 4ever: The Second Movie/Trailer transcripts