Al Capone is a supporting antagonist in Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian. He was one of the villains that joined forces with Kahmunrah in the film. He was black and white and was the only exhibit not to be in the basement as he was in a display case with his Colt Thompson Submachine Gun and his ledgers next to a display case that houses his fellow gangsters at the Smithsonian Institution.
Night at the Museum 2: Battle of the Smithsonian
Al Capone and his fellow gangsters come out of a display case at the museum and used the elevator to get down to the basement where they along with Ivan and Napoleon join forces with Kahmunrah. and try to capture Larry and the tablet. In return, he and his men would get a share of the world. Capone likes to gamble with his fellow Gangsters. He, Ivan and Napoleon are Kahmunrah's right hand men. It is unknown what happened to Capone after his small fight with Napoleon and his fellow gangsters after the battle. Whether he and his fellow gangsters returned to their respective display cases is uncertain. They were not seen, heard from or mentioned again.
Capone started his criminal career in the Five Points Gang. Later on, most likely during the early 1920s, he got accepted to Johnny Torrio's Chicago Outfit. Quickly rising through the ranks, Capone became Johnny's right-hand-man. Johnny declared Capone as the new Chicago Outfit leader in late 1925 after being seriously injured in an attempted assassination. On Saturday, January 24, 1925, a rival gang opened fire on Johnny but survived he the assassination attempt and lucked out when the assassin ran out of bullets. But
Johnny's recovery was slow, and he was temporarily imprisoned during this time.
Capone and his criminal organization rose to power during the Prohibition Era in the U.S. His main crimes were murder and bootlegging, which Capone made a fortune from. He had a criminal empire with operations in many states. Capone dealt with anyone that was a threat to him, including rival gang members or any of his men that were suspected of disloyalty. Anyone even rumored a threat was to be murdered. A notable example was the Saint Valentine's Day Massacre. Capone is accountable for about five hundred murders in Chicago. Also, he paid off police officers and judges, corrupted lawyers, and threatened jury members.
Capone had a series and his own personal assassins and gunmen.
Capone's criminal gangster career ended in 1931, when he was indicted and convicted by the federal government. He was sent to a series of prisons including Alcatraz, which was the longest and most famous of his sentences.
- He is portrayed by American actor Jon Bernthal
- He and his gangsters were black and white in the movie, but the trailer and deleted and extended scenes showed them in full color.
- Unlike Ivan and Napoleon, he and his fellow gangsters are not forgotten exhibits.