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Early Man (2018) Poster

(2018)

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This will mark the first feature film that Nick Park will have directed by himself. On Chicken Run (2000) and The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005), he directed alongside Peter Lord and Steve Box respectively.
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This is Timothy Spall's second feature film with Aardman, his first was Chicken Run.
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The accent that Tom Hiddleston using for his main villain Lord Nooth is French.
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Miriam Margolyes, Timothy Spall, Mark Williams, and Eddie Redmayne have all played characters in the Harry Potter universe. Margolyes played Professor Sprout, Spall played Peter Pettigrew, Williams played Mr. Weasley, and Redmayne played Newt Scamander in Fantastic Beasts, the Harry Potter prequel series.
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Stars two actors from Doctor Who: Maisie Williams (season 9) and Mark Williams (season 7).
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Paul Whitehouse was considered for the role of Lord Nooth.
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Nick Park was inspired to cast Tom Hiddleston based on his appearance on The Graham Norton Show when he did a Robert De Niro impression.
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Nick Park cast Eddie Redmayne due to his performance in Black Death (2010), where Redmayne took the role of Osmund four years before his Oscar for The Theory of Everything (2014).
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Several months before Early Man was released, Google mistakenly identified it as having an 18% approval score on Rotten Tomatoes. Though this was quickly corrected.
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