First truck lands for Wallace & Gromit creator Nick Park’s new animation Early Man

Early Man film

Aardman has presented the initial truck for Wallace & Gromit creator Nick Park’s new movement Early Man.

The intro presents us to brave caveman hero Dug, voiced by Eddie Redmayne, and his bestfriend Hognob because they track down a rabbit which may not be as innocent as it seems. It delivers another spin-on the vocals being performed on-screen fun, but displays the most common Aardman attraction using a nice final joke.

Together with the teaser trailer, Playground revealed that the whole variety of British personalities are joining Redmayne, Sport of Thrones’ Maisie Williams and Tom Hiddleston about the prehistoric adventure.

“Today we get to fulfill Dug’s group, a lovable bunch of misfits voiced by some extraordinary British expertise,” he announced.

“They Are basically several inefficient cavemen and women including Treebor, performed by Richard Ayoade, a gentle giant afraid of their own darkness; Magma, Treebor’s no-nonsense mother voiced by Selena Griffiths and Mark Williams as Barry, whose closest friend can be a rock.

“Primary Bobnar, voiced from the brilliant Timothy Spall, brings the pack as their longsuffering chief, and father figure to his group of idiotic brutes.”

Early Man film uses Dug, joined by gallant and indomitable rebel Goona (Williams), as he attempts to combine their tribe against the grand enemy Lord Nooth (Hiddleston) and his Bronzeage City to save their property.

It is currently shooting in Bristol and marks Park’s first feature film since 2005is Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.


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