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Aardman Animations is in the process of developing a new wallace y gromit film, after 16 years since the theatrical release of The Curse of the Rabbit-Man. The untitled project is scheduled to make its debut in 2024, exclusively on Netflix worldwide, except in the UK, where it will debut first on the BBC before coming to Netflix as well.

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the untitled wallace y gromit The film hails from creator Nick Park, who will once again direct alongside Aardman’s Wallace & Gromit creative director Merlin Crossingham. It will be written by Mark Burton based on a story by Burton and Park.

“Gromit’s concern that Wallace has become too dependent on his inventions proves justified, when Wallace invents an ‘intelligent gnome’ that seems to develop a mind of its own…As events spiral out of control, Gromit has to put aside your doubts. and battle sinister forces, or Wallace may never invent again! read the synopsis.

The project is currently in pre-production and has just started writing and storyboarding. It will be produced by Claire Jennings.

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The stop-motion comedy centers on cheese-loving inventor Wallace and his loyal and intelligent anthropomorphic dog, Gromit. The long-running franchise began with short films beginning in 1989. a great day out, which was later followed by three more shorts, two television shows and a feature film. It also spawned a spin-off franchise centered on shaun the sheep.

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