Identical to Paramount’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem did yesterday, Aardman Animation’s Rooster Run: Daybreak of the Nugget has drawn some inspiration from Barbie for brand new promotional supplies. Capitalizing on what is predicted to be a $100 million-plus opening weekend for the Greta Gerwig film, Rooster Run has launched some posted infused with a few of that candy, candy pink power. Primarily based on the customized Barbie poster memes that went viral a few months in the past, Daybreak of the Nugget replaces “Ken” with “Hen” for some low-effort (however nonetheless humorous and workable for the film) wordplay.
The posters popped up on the stop-motion animation studio’s social media platforms, spotlighting Rocky, Ginger, Babs, and Bunty. Netflix hasn’t retweeted them but — perhaps as a result of it is Comedian Con weekend and everyone is swamped…or perhaps they only do not need to run afoul of Warner Bros.
…Get it? As a result of foul and fowl? Okay, nevermind, have a look at these posters:
The film, from the studio behind Wallace & Gromit and Shaun the Sheep, is a type of tasks that has been rumored plenty of occasions through the years, after which turned a actuality in a short time as soon as Netflix jumped on board. Now, we’re months away from seeing it.
After spending the entire first film attempting to flee Tweedy’s farm and organising a brand new life for themselves, the sequel exhibits Ginger and Rocky, now with a baby, confronted to resolve whether or not to return to the mainland to assist save all of chicken-kind, or fend for themselves of their remoted security. In addition to Levi, the film stars Thandiwe Newton as Ginger, Bella Ramsey as their daughter Molly, and returning actors Horrocks (Babs), Imelda Staunton (Bunty) and Lynn Ferguson (Mac), joined by new additions Josie Sedgwick-Davies (Frizzle), David Bradley (Fowler), Romesh Ranganathan (Nick), Daniel Mays (Fetcher) and Nick Mohammed (Dr. Fry).
Here is the movie’s official synopsis:
From the multi Academy and BAFTA award-winning Aardman (Creature Comforts, Wallace & Gromit, and Shaun the Sheep), and Academy Award and BAFTA-nominated director Sam Fell (ParaNorman and Flushed Away, respectively), comes Rooster Run: Daybreak of the Nugget, the eagerly anticipated sequel to the beloved and highest-grossing stop-motion animated movie of all time, Rooster Run.
Having pulled off a death-defying escape from Tweedy’s farm, Ginger has lastly discovered her dream — a peaceable island sanctuary for the entire flock, removed from the hazards of the human world. When she and Rocky hatch somewhat lady referred to as Molly, Ginger’s pleased ending appears full. However again on the mainland the entire of chicken-kind faces a brand new and horrible menace. For Ginger and her crew, even when it means placing their very own hard-won freedom in danger — this time, they’re breaking in!