Tony Rodgers: When an adventure is this big Fear me if you dare. If we need an expert on licking ourselves,
we’ll give you a call. (“Rockin’ the Suburbs” by Ben Folds playing) and a love is this strong, -We need a little time to be together.
-Oh, OK. Now, where were we? -Donkey!
-once upon a time Shrek and Donkey on another
whirlwind adventure. -just isn’t enough.
-Gimme that. -You’re a–
-Stallion, baby! -“Shrek 2.”
-Donkey? I took some magic potion
and now I’m sexy! ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪ ♪ You live in a zoo ♪ ♪ You look like a monkey ♪ ♪ And you smell like one too ♪ I say. Welcome to the Central Park Zoo. Al Chalk:
Most animals know a lot more than we think. -Mm-hm. I know that’s right.
-They have feelings. We don’t belong here.
It’s just not natural. This is all some kind of whacked-out conspiracy. -They make plans.
-Today, we’re gonna blow this dump. I did it! -And sometimes…
-I wished I could go to the wild! they want more out of life. The penguins are going.
So, why can’t I? The penguins are psychotic. You didn’t see anything. -This summer,
-This place is crack-a-lackin’! DreamWorks Animation presents. Here come the people!
Ooh, I love the people! Upstairs, downstairs! Lady, what is wrong with you? Bad kitty. Ben Stiller, Chris Rock,
David Schwimmer, Jada Pinkett Smith. It’s the Man. We’ve been ratted out, boys. “Madagascar.” Cute and cuddly, boys.
Cute and cuddly. Beau Weaver: Two of the most beloved
animated characters of all time are coming to the big screen at last. Won’t you come in? From the filmmakers that brought you
the runaway box-office hit “Chicken Run”, Let’s rock and roll! Aardman and DreamWorks Animation are collaborating for a feature-length adventure starring the dynamic duo Wallace & Gromit. Wallace & Gromit are a global phenomenon whose short films have garnered
two Academy Awards and have been translated into over 20 languages. Creator and Oscar winner Nick Park is teaming up with Steve Box to direct the wildly inventive film. Oh, very cheeky. It just feels great to finally get Wallace &
Gromit out there on the big screen. It’s been one of those really long
ambitions I’ve had actually for many, many years. Right. Off we go then. Wallace is a good-natured, eccentric
cheese-loving inventor. I’m just crackers about cheese. Gromit, his faithful canine companion
doesn’t express himself in words, but his body language speaks volumes. There’s a good dog. Their adventure begins in a small town in England where the townspeople are preparing
for their Giant Vegetable Competition. It’s a veritable vegetable paradise. Wallace & Gromit are called into action to
investigate reports of a mysterious garden-guzzling beast. I feel we’re on the cusp of a real
breakthrough, lad. The whole humor of it all is that
it’s all in this little cozy northern town and you know, with cups of tea and
crackers and things. But it just grows exponentially from there
and it becomes a kind of mega adventure. Oh, charming. It’s no small task for the creative team
to bring the delightful duo to life. From sets to wardrobe to facial expressions, every detail of the unique animation style is tailored to create the fantastic world of
Wallace & Gromit. All in a night’s work, Mrs. Mulch. Alongside a host of new characters, the movie features Ralph Fiennes as
the pompous snob Victor Quartermaine. No nonsense with Victor Quartermaine. What you see is what you get. And Helena Bonham Carter
plays Lady Tottington. An aristocrat who harbors a secret crush on Wallace. Please, Wallace. Call me Totty. Well, I’ve always been a fan of Wallace &
Gromit and I’ve always loved them. And they’ve got such sweet hearts. Oh, thanks, chuck. You’ll go crackers for the inventive world
of “Wallace & Gromit”. Only in theaters. October 2005. Job well done, lad. (chuckles) (shrieking)