From directing duo Will Becher and Richard Phelan, Farmageddon is the immensely clever, laugh a minute follow up to Aardman’s similarly inspired Shaun the Sheep Movie of 2015. Yes, it really was that long ago. The film is also the apex in the history of a character who has transgressed from Wallace and Gromit sub player to international superstar. Note that Shaun’s first big screen foray won the Bristol based studio box office takings of over $100m. Perhaps part two isn’t quite so faultless as its pitch perfect predecessor but, by gum, it’s close enough to be a fan favourite.
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Stone Age history comes with a pinch of salt and a whole lot of plasticine in the new film from Bristol-based animation wizards Aardman. Early Man doesn’t reach the heights of the studio’s previous offerings but boasts an abundance of warmth, humour and extraordinary design.
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After forty years in the industry, Aardman have proved themselves to be wizards of animation. This week, the studio behind Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run bring us their latest treat: Early Man. Featuring the vocal talents of Eddie Redmayne and Maisie Williams, Early Man is both beautiful and statistically mind-boggling.
We’ve rounded up 5 of the most incredible facts about the film’s production for you right here…
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