There once was a rabbit by the name of E.B. who lived on Easter Island. He was supposed to take over the family business. The family business as the Easter Bunny. He felt intimidated with the business that his father runs that he found himself running away. E.B. went to Hollywood in order to follow his own dream of becoming a drummer. This is where the father decides to send his Ninja warrior bunnies after E.B.
While the father is preoccupied trying to find his son and focusing on what the ninja bunnies are doing, the chicks are plotting to take over the business. While E.B. is trying to find his way to Hollywood he is hit by a car driven by Fred. Fred is out of a job and is looking to find another job while on his way to housesit for his sister’s boss. While attempting to make it appear as if he is injured, E.B. will make Fred take him in.
E.B. will persuade Fred to take him in. He will claim to be the Easter Bunny who Fred once saw when he was younger. E.B. will spot the pink berets who are getting close to discovering him when he decides to hide while Fred is inside of a job interview. During this time frame E.B. will take cover with the Blind Boys of Alabama while playing the drums for the drummer who is missing the recording day. While ruining the interview for Fred he happens to stumble across a audition for David Hasselhoff.
When the pink berets are closing in on E.B. more commontion is let on. It is when Fred decides that he can actually be the Easter Bunny that E.B. decides to teach him how to be the Easter Bunny. He will learn how to paint beautiful pictures on Easter eggs along with jumping all kinds of hurdles along the way. Once he has mastered the Easter Bunny thing, he will be kidnapped and transported back to Easter Island where he will face the head Easter Bunny. Here the factory will be overtaken by the Chicks. E.B. will then return to the island to help his friend. This is when he learns what is going on and vows to take over the factory from the chicks once and for all.
- James Marsden, Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting, Gary Cole, Elizabeth Perkins, David Hasselhoff
- Universal Pictures
- Tim Hill