WHO’S IN IT?
Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything), Tom Hiddleston (Thor: Ragnarok), Maisie Williams (The Falling), Timothy Spall (Mr. Turner), Richard Ayoade (The Watch), Selina Griffiths (The Smoking Room), Johnny Vegas (Blackball), Mark Williams (101 Dalmatians), Gina Yashere (Mr. In-Between), Simon Greenall (Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa), Rob Brydon (MirrorMask), Kayvan Novak (Cuban Fury), Miriam Margolyes (End of Days)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Nick Park (Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit), director, producer; Mark Burton (Shaun the Sheep Movie), James Higginson (film debut) and John O’Farrell (Chicken Run), writers; Peter Lord (The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists) and David Sproxton (Arthur Christmas), producers; Harry Gregson-Williams (Shrek) and Tom Howe (Professor Marston and the Wonder Women), composers; Charles Copping (Shaun the Sheep Movie), Dave Alex Riddett (Wallace and Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit), Paul Smith (film debut) and Peter Sorg (Frankenweenie), cinematographers; Sim Evan-Jones (Shrek 2), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
At the dawn of man, when prehistoric creatures still ruled the earth, a courageous young caveman named Dug (Redmayne) and his warthog friend Hognob sets out to unite his tribe from the mighty threat of Lord Nooth (Hiddleston) and his Bronze Age city if they are to save their home…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Aardman’s latest Claymation wonder looks like another hit for the studio, containing the very British sense of humour and clever storytelling we’ve come to expect from their films.