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New Exclusive Clip from Aardman's Pirates!

New Exclusive Clip from Aardman’s Pirates!

New Exclusive Clip from Aardman's Pirates!

The premiere of Aardman’ The Pirates! In An Advenure With Scientists is just around the corner, and just to get you salivating at the stop-motion animated feature, TotalFilm has released an exclusive clip for your viewing pleasure:

The clip features the Pirate Captain (voiced by Hugh Grant) being welcomed into the home of Charles Darwin (voiced by former timelord, David Tennant). The real star of the scene, though, is Darwin’s well-trained butler, the Mampanzee.

Aardman’s The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists will arrive in UK cinemas on March 28, 2012.

Neil Raymundo

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