Aardman Animations has responded to worrying reports that the Wallace & Gromit studio is running out of clay, which sparked concern for its future.
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- Aardman Animations has reassured fans that they won’t be running out of clay anytime soon, despite recent reports of a clay shortage.
- The company has plenty of clay stocked away for future productions and plans to secure a new supply line.
- Fans can look forward to upcoming films like Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget later this year, and a new Wallace and Gromit movie in 2024.
Aardman Animations has responded to recent, worrying reports that their animation studio would soon shut down due to a shortage of clay to make their movies with. The company is best known for creating classic claymation films like Chicken Run and the Wallace and Gromit series. However, a new report suggested the company was in a dire situation after their only clay supplier, Lewis Newplast, shut down in March.
Now, Aardman has responded to reports of their clay shortage, reassuring fans that they won’t be running out of clay anytime soon.
The company said they have plenty of clay stocked away for future productions, with plans to ensure they can get a new supply line as well. This means the upcoming Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget and 2024’s Wallace and Gromit movie won’t be the last films produced by the studio.
More to come…
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