Eddie Redmayne To Voice A Character in Aardman’s “Early Man”

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Academy Award Winner Eddie Redmayne Has Been Casted In “Early Man”.

Eddie Redmayne will give his voice to a character in Aardman’s “Early Man”.

Eddie Redmayne who got his fame from “The Theory of Everything” has gotten a big role again. He will be working with an Oscar winning animation company Aardman along with Studiocanal. He has joined them to work in a pre-historic comedy adventure animation movie named “Early Man”. He will be giving his voice to the lead character in the movie named Duetg, reported Variety.

Eddie Redmayne won an Oscar for playing the role of Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything”. He will also be seen in the most awaited Harry Potter spin-off movie “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find them”.

Early Man will be directed by Nick Park. His other animated movies like Wallace and Gromit have won several Oscars in various categories including the best animated feature. This is his first animated project after Wallace and Gromit. Eddie is one of the first cast members whose name has been revealed by the production.

Park said in an interview that Eddie has brought a lot of joy to the character of Dug. His funny and energetic personality will surely make Dug look and sound great on the screen. He said that he is charming and fun which makes him an excellent choice for this character.

The “Early Man” is a story of prehistoric creatures. The storyline is form the time when Dinosaurs and other dangerous creatures roamed about the earth. The movie will portray the story of Dug who is a caveman and lives with his side kick Hognob. This movie will be directed by Mark Burton and Richard Starzak.

It will be released in 2018 worldwide. It will be released on Jan 26th, 2018 in UK.

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