Wallace & Gromit: Holiday From Home is a 2021 British stop-motion animation film, the first full-length Wallace and Gromit film.

A second Wallace And Gromit feature film which will release in UK cinemas sometime during 2021 and being released by EuropaCorp instead of StudioCanal  along with Aardman Animations.

Wallace and Gromit go on holiday to Blackpool. But when the city's exterminator, Rodney Walters (Eamonn Holmes) tries to ruin stuff for everyone, Wallace gets so fed up and gets Gromit to give him a do-right duty. 

Feathers McGraw the pesky penguin sees Lady Tottington, Fluffles, Wallace and Gromit in Blackpool. Is his evil plan to destroy the holiday. 

Then Gromit wants to be a hero when he meet Miss Florence (Lisa Riley) to say to him when you're a hero. 

Release date[edit | edit source]

August 26, 2021

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Voice Actors:[edit | edit source]

Ben Whitehead as Wallace and Hutch

  • Helena Bonham Carter as Lady Toddington
  • Jeff Garlin as The Toddington Butler
  • Lisa Riley as Miss Florence
  • John Leguizamo as Rufus the Scarlet Macaw
  • Debra Stephenson as Bird Rescue Boffin
  • Tiffany Haddish as Josie the Mermaid
  • Cheryl Cole as Lady Carthorse
  • Eamonn Holmes as Rodney Walters
  • Martin Short as Colonel George Muesli
  • Sophie Ellis-Bextor as Mrs. Girdling
  • Griff Rhys Jones as Reverend Clement Hedges
  • Tina O'Brian as Mrs. Hedges
  • Katherine Jenkins as Mrs Kettle
  • Bernadette Peters as Wendolene Ramsbottom/Mackintosh
  • Peter Kay as PC Albert Mackintosh
  • David Holt as Mr. Dibber
  • Julia Booth as Miss Thripp
  • Emmas Amos as Mrs. Windfall

Join Wallace & Gromit for another cracking adventure.

This is the second Wallace And Gromit feature film.

This is also the first Aardman feature film to be distributed by EuropaCorp.

This in the new BBC One Christmas Idents in December 2021 with Wallace & Gromit It was the first appearance in 2008.

This is a new Wallace & Gromit short film called Wallace & Gromit’s Magic Christmas on BBC One and BBC Iplayer in 25th of December 2021.

This is also the first Aardman feature film since The Curse Of The Were-Rabbit to feature the 1998 Aardman logo, Followed by Chicken Run 2 film in July 9, 2021. 

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