Wallace and Gromit are making a comeback. Nearly 20 years after their 2005 film, “Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit,” Netflix and the BBC are set to release a new entry in the iconic stop-motion franchise. The new film, “Wallace & Gromit: Vengeance Most Fowl,” will be fully revealed at Annecy in June 2024, a What’s on Netflix report said.


Aardman Animation teams up with Netflix for the seventh major project. The new Wallace & Gromit film was first announced in January 2022. At that time, the title was not revealed.


The movie’s synopsis reveals that Gromit is worried about Wallace’s dependence on his inventions. Wallace creates a “smart gnome” that develops a mind of its own. As events escalate, Gromit must face sinister forces to save Wallace from never being able to invent again. The film is expected to be 70 minutes long.

Creative Team

Nick Park directs the movie with Merlin Crossingham. Park and Mark Burton are writing the story. The film involves a talented team of artists and technicians. Key names include Claire Jennings (Producer), Richard Beek (Producer), Dave Alex Riddett (Cinematographer), Lucy Rans (Casting Director), Daniel Lewis (Lighting Technician), Laura Howie (Senior Lighting Camera), Will Becher (Supervising Animator), Gareth Love (Character Animator), and Terri Matthews (Story Artist).

Voice Cast

The voice cast for the film includes Ben Whitehead as Wallace, Peter Kay as Chief Inspector Mackintosh, Lauren Patel, Reece Shearsmith, Diane Morgan, Adjoa Andoh, Muzz Khan and Lenny Henry.

Release Date

Netflix will distribute the movie globally, while the BBC will handle distribution in the UK. The BBC Media Centre confirms the movie will premiere on BBC One on Christmas Day 2024, as per reports. Netflix will release the film worldwide in 2025.


When will “Wallace & Gromit: Vengeance Most Fowl” be released?
The film will premiere on BBC One on Christmas Day 2024 and globally on Netflix in 2025.Who is directing the new Wallace & Gromit movie?
Nick Park and Merlin Crossingham are directing “Wallace & Gromit: Vengeance Most Fowl.”

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