Night at the Museum is a 2019 live-action dark-fantasy adventure film. It stars Dan Stevens, Emma Watson, Luke Evans, Kevin Kline, Josh Gad, Ben Kingsley, Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Neel Sethi, Bill Murray, Idris Elba, Ian McKellen and Emma Thompson. It's a remake of Night at the Museum
- Dan Stevens as Larry Daley (the main protagonist)
- Emma Watson as Rebecca Hutman (a major character)
- Luke Evans as Cecil Fredericks (the main antagonist)
- Josh Gad and Ben Kingsley as Reginald and Gus (the secondary antagonists)
- Neel Sethi as Nicholas Daley (the tritagonist)
- Scarlett Johansson as Erica Daley
- Giancarlo Esposito as Don
Exihibts (Motion capture and voices)
- Stanley Tucci as Theodore Roosevelt (the dueteragonist)
- Ewan McGregor as Jedediah Smith (the tetartagonist)
- Ian McKellen as Ceaser Octavius (the former tertiary antagonist)
- Kevin Kline as Ahkmenrah (a major character)
- Emma Thompson as Sacagawea (a major character)
- Bill Murray as Christopher Columbus (a suporting character)
- Idris Elba as Attila the Hun (a major character)
- Andy Serkis as Easter Island Head (a supporting character)
Differences from the 2006 film
- During the second night, all the exhibits apoligize Larry for his first night actions and sing "Days in the Sun" about his moments of his youth. In the 2006 film, Larry is prepared for his second night.
- Jedediah and Octavius slide down an ice slide and their car freezes to death. In the 2006 film, Jedediah and Octavius get thrown into a snow bank thus exploding.
- There are changes for costumes. Cecil is muscular in this film. But Cecil is slendered in the 2006 film. Cecil, Reginald and Gus have brown hair in this film. In the 2006 film, they have gray hair. Jedediah has an orange shirt and a brown vest. In the 2006 film, he wore a blue shirt and a yellow vest.
- "How Does A Moment Last Forever" is the theme song of this film. It is sung by Larry Daley about his love about Nicky and is about how precious moments live on in the heart. It is also performed during the end credits by Céline Dion.