Reese Witherspoon, 45, and daughter Ava Phillippe, 22, look more like sisters at premiere of Sing 2

The sequel to the hit animated comedy, Sing, is set to hit theaters across the United States just before Christmas.

As part of the promotion, the stars who cast their votes were on hand for the premiere of Sing 2 at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Reese Witherspoon was among the actors who hit the red carpet with her lookalike daughter Ava Phillippe by her side.

Youth: Reese Witherspoon, 45, turns back the clock and looks more like a sister to daughter Ava Phillippe, 22, at the Sing 2 premiere in Los Angeles on Sunday

The mother and daughter looked side-by-side like two sisters, with Witherspoon wearing a short dress with a red pattern that reached nearly mid-thigh.

The celebrity actress, 45, matched her long-sleeved number with red heels, and her blond locks were long and flowing down her mid-back and midsection.

Like most promotional photo shoots, the Oscar winner, who plays Rosita a Pig who gave up her teenage musical dreams to become a devoted housewife and mother of 25 piglets in Sing 2, lit up the red carpet with her infectious smile.

BEAUTIFUL: Witherspoon made the 45 look like the new 25 sprucing up a red-patterned mini dress that reached nearly mid-thigh with matching heels.

BEAUTIFUL: Witherspoon made the 45 look like the new 25 sprucing up a red-patterned mini dress that reached nearly mid-thigh with matching heels.

LOOK LIKE: Despite changing her usual blonde locks to a burgundy red, Felipe still looks a striking resemblance to her celebrity mom in a black mini dress with white lapel.

LOOK LIKE: Despite changing her usual blonde locks to a burgundy red, Felipe still looks a striking resemblance to her celebrity mom in a black mini dress with white lapel.

Despite changing her usual blonde locks to a burgundy red, Philippe still looks stunningly like her famous mom.

In support of her mother’s latest movie, the 22-year-old surprised in a short black robe with a wide white lapel for contrast.

She rounded out her overall look with a pair of black heels, and pulled her long, dyed red locks off her shoulders in a bun.

Glowing: Mother and daughter flash their infectious smile in front of the adoring cameras

Glowing: Mother and daughter flash their infectious smile in front of the adoring cameras

Piggy wiggly: The Academy Award winner plays Rosita, a pig who gave up her teenage musical dreams to become a devoted housewife and mother to 25 piglets, in Sing 2

Piggy wiggly: The Academy Award winner plays Rosita, a pig who gave up her teenage musical dreams to become a devoted housewife and mother to 25 piglets, in Sing 2

Besides Witherspoon, returning star-studded (2016) cast include Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson, Tori Kelly, Taron Egerton, Nick Kroll, Nick Offerman, and writer-director Garth Jennings.

The sequel also features new characters voiced by the likes of Bobby Cannavale, Bono, Halsey, Pharrell Williams, Letitia Wright, Eric Andre and Chelsea Peretti.

Like the previous movie, Sing 2 features songs from a variety of artists, which includes the original song from the movie Your Song Saved My Life by U2. There are also songs by Billie Eilish, Elton John, Mercury Reeve, Kiana Lady, Kego, Whitney Houston, and Pumbaa Estero.

Adorable: mother and daughter intertwined most of their time on the red carpet

Adorable: mother and daughter intertwined most of their time on the red carpet

Yield: Witherspoon also played Rosetta in the original film Sing (2016), which was a huge hit, grossing $634.2 million at the worldwide box office on a budget of $75 million.

Yield: Witherspoon also played Rosetta in the original film Sing (2016), which was a huge hit, grossing $634.2 million at the worldwide box office on a budget of $75 million.

The musical also features performances by cast members Witherspoon, Kroll, Johansson, Kelly, Egerton, Halsey, and Williams, among others.

The original computer-animated comedy musical was a huge success, grossing $634.2 million at the global box office on a budget of $75 million.

The much-anticipated sequel, which premiered in the world at AFI Fest on November 14, is scheduled to be released theatrically in the United States on December 22, 2021.

Witherspoon shared a family Thanksgiving photo that included husband Jim Toth, their son Tennessee, nine, Ava, and brother Deacon, 18, whose father is also Ryan Phillippe.

Witherspoon shared a family Thanksgiving photo that included husband Jim Toth, their son Tennessee, nine, Ava, and brother Deacon, 18, whose father is also Ryan Phillippe.

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