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It was the second co-production between DreamWorks Animation and Aardman Animations , as well as being Aardman's second full-length feature film, after Chicken Run. Due to a rabbit pest problem in the town around the time of the annual vegetable competition at Tottington Hall, the duo decide to go from window washers to humane but efficient pest control officers. After solving an enormous pest problem for wealthy vegetable competition host Lady Tottington who is being courted by Gold Digger in plain sight Victor Quartermaine , Wallace develops a crush on the lady, having dumped Wendolene due to her cheese allergy. But the joy in the city turns sour when an enormous rabbit starts devouring all the townspeople's vegetables. The local vicar claims it's a were-rabbit. The townspeople dismiss this idea, and Lady Tottington chooses Wallace and Gromit's humane capture methods over Victor's suggestion to shoot the monster. The duo set to capture the beast before the contest
Sign in. David Oyelowo Don't Let Go , Selma fills in the blanks on his career, including one credit he wishes he could get a do-over on. Watch now. When a cockerel apparently flies into a chicken farm, the chickens see him as an opportunity to escape their evil owners. Wallace takes in a new lodger, a devious penguin. Sporting some techno-trousers, the penguin plans a grand theft, a plan that involves putting Wallace in danger.
The movie was released in Sydney , Australia on 4 September , before being released in cinemas early in the United States of America on 7 October , and in British cinemas in the United Kingdom a week later on 14 October The film follows good-natured eccentric cheese-loving inventor Wallace and Gromit, his intelligent mute dog in their latest venture as pest control agents, as they come to the rescue of a village plagued by rabbits before an annual vegetable competition. The film features an expanded cast of characters relative to the previous Wallace and Gromit shorts, with a voice cast including Helena Bonham Carter and Ralph Fiennes. It was a critical and commercial success, and won a number of film awards including the Oscar for Best Animated Feature , making it the second film from DreamWorks Animation to win after Shrek , as well as both the second non-American animated film and second non computer-animated film to have received this achievement after Spirited Away. Tottington Hall's annual giant vegetable competition is approaching with the coveted Golden Carrot as its prize. Wallace and Gromit provide a humane pest control business, "Anti-Pesto", protecting the townspeople's vegetables. One morning, Wallace devises a plan to lose weight and creates the Mind Manipulation-O-Matic to transmit the rabbits' appetite for vegetables out of their minds and into his.
The Were-Rabbit is a giant rabbit like monster that was in danger of getting shot by Victor Quartermaine. At first, Wallace was out of control, and he acted like a monster, which frightened the townsfolk. When he sees Victor threatening Lady Tottington, Wallace regains control, but cannot speak.
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In the film, he is a giant rabbit that was in danger of getting shot by Victor Quartermaine. He is actually Wallace after a freak accident with a mind control machine. After Wallace has a freaky accident, he puts Hutch in a cage. He and Gromit go upstairs to bed. Meanwhile in the basement, Hutch breaks open his cage. The Were-Rabbit goes to the Vicar's church. He was sneaking up on Vicar to eat the vegetables.
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The film was the only feature-length Wallace and Gromit film. The film was directed by Nick Park and Steve Box.