Trailer: Early Man From Aardman Animations
The Aardman Animations team has always been unique in terms of their film production. By this point, we know them for the great releases such as Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep or our favourite: Pirates! Band of Misfits (2010).
What is certain is that the world will get to know Nick Park and Aardman even better after their biggest yet stop motion release. It is due to hit the big screen in January 2018. Named ‘Early Man‘, the new stop motion movie already shows the brilliance of its authors – and that is definitely what the new trailer portrays from a first glance.
The Story Behind ‘Early Man’
The storyline behind this release is quite interesting. It is based on the life of caveman Dug (voiced by the oscar winner Eddie Redmaybe) who is leaving his happy and routine life with his Stone Age tribe Treebor, Chief Bobnar and Barry.
However, not everything turns out as expected. Dug finds that his planned world of laughing and swapping underwear is turning to chaos with the arrival of some newcomers. Speaking of, the Lord Nooth (Tom Hiddleston popularly known for his role as Loki in Thor) and his Bronze Age interlopers are the main protagonists of the enemy tribe, trying to take Dug’s valley.
Even though the chances of protecting it look slim, the Stone Age types are trying their luck with what they know best: football. Will Dug manage to save his tribe?
‘A Loveable Bunch Of Misfits Voiced By Exceptional British Talent’
According to Park the movie combines a great story voiced by some exceptional British talent. The already mentioned Redmayne and Hiddleston as well as Selena Griffiths (Magma), Mark Williams (Barry) and Timothy Spall (Chief Bobnar).
The debut of the movie is set to take place on 26th of January, 2018. Produced and directed by Aardman, it is going to be huge in terms of popularity. Probably a great fit for the Cannes Film Festival taking place in the Spring.
How excited are you for this new prehistoric comedy adventure from the famous creators at Aardman and the all-star British cast?
We can’t wait to see ‘Early Man’ hit the big screen! Reserve your seats!