Saturday, December 2, 2017

PREMIUM SPOTLIGHT AND HILARIOUS CHARACTER POSTERS FROM 'EARLY MAN' ANIMATED MOVIE WITH TOM HIDDLESTON AND EDDIE REDMAYNE!

  REAL 'EARLY MEN'
  DON'T SETTLE FOR BRONZE
Early Man comes to UK next January
To end the working week, we're moving over to the prehistoric ages because EARLY MAN has just got a bunch of really funny new character posters and they're massively hilarious because they're... very modern! The $50 million stop motion animation movie will arrive into British cinemas January 26th and will then bow in Northern America and the rest of the world during February! Directed by Nick Park it comes from famous Aardman Animations studio which brought us Wallace and Gromit.

HILARIOUS STORY OF EARLY MAN 
The movie hits US cinemas in February
is set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, and it revolves around Dug (the voice of Eddie Redmayne), along with his sidekick Hognob and love interest, Goona (the voice of Maisie Williams), as they unite his tribe against a French accented mighty enemy Lord Nooth (the voice of Tom Hiddleston) and his Bronze Age City in order to save their home. As you can see from the trailer below they don't exactly do it on a battle field with good old fist fight but rather on a prehistoric football pitch! Timothy Spall lends his voice to crazy chief Bobnar, the affable and eternally patient Chief of Dug’s tribe who is more like a dad to the
Every Early Man takes care of his looks!
tribe than a chief making sure they change their underwear and brush their teeth every day! Most importantly of all, he keeps them from harm, which is
Check out the latest state of the caveart gadgets from Early Man!
usually of the accidental self-inflicted variety. Deep down Bobnar knows his tribe are limited but his desire to play things safe puts him at odds with Dug.

DUG VERSUS NOOTH
So who's gonna win Dug (indomitably cheerful and optimistic, scrawny but big hearted young hero, a can-do caveman with boundless enthusiasm and an unwavering belief that anything’s possible, who is always brimming with
The latest trends from the prehistoric catwalks!
ambition for his tribe, despite their obvious shortcomings) or Lord Nooth, a self important pompous Governor of the local Bronze city and a money-loving tyrant who enjoys the trappings of his luxurious Bronze Age lifestyle?

6 comments:

  1. Not my cup of tea, even if Our Tom is one of the voices.

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    1. I do like the English in the dialogues :)

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  2. I am not an overly huge fan of the claymation type animation, but I am sure it will do well at the box office. People like a good family film like this.

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    1. and sometimes stupid humour like this can feel good :)

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    1. I wonder how many stones it costs :)

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