Aardman's first foray into computer animation.
Release date is that of world premiere in New York; general release date was November 3, 2006. Stars Kate Winslet and Hugh Jackman arrived at the premiere by swooping down a 30-foot inflatable toilet slide.
Soundtrack: "Dancing with Myself," Written by Billy Idol and Tony James, Performed by Billy Idol with Generation X, Courtesy of Chrysalis Records, Under license from EMI Film & Television Music; "Yakety Sax," Written by Boots Randolph and James Rich, Performed by Boots Randolph, Courtesy of Tree Productions; "Land of Hope and Glory," Written by Sir Edward Elgar and Arthur C. Benson; "Are You Gonna Be My Girl," Written by Nic Cester and Cameron Muncey, Performed by Jet, Courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group, By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing; "She's a Lady," Written by Paul Anka; "Batman Theme," Written and Performed by Neal Hefti, Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation; "Rule Britannia," Composed by Thomas Augustine Arne from the poem by James Thomson, Performed by John Venzon; "Don't Worry, Be Happy," Written by Bobby McFerrin; "Bohemian Like You," Written by Courtney Taylor, Performed by Dandy Warhols, Courtesy of Capitol Records, Under license from EMI Film & Television Music; "Ice Cold Rita," Written by Joe Keenan and Keith Baxter; "Wedding March," Written by Richard Wagner; "Sailing," Written and Performed by Christopher Cross, Courtesy of Christopher Cross Records; "That's Not Rice You're Eating," Written by Keith Baxter; "Accordian & Kawala," Written and Performed by Badawi & Chamoun; "La Marseillaise," Performed by Eric Dapkewicz; "M/F Noröna," Written and Performed by Knut Ivar Boe, Courtesy of The Orchard; "Proud Mary," Written by John Fogerty, Performed by Tina Turner, Courtesy of EMI Records, Under license from EMI Film & Television Music; "Mr. Lonely," Written by Bobby Vinton and Gene Allan; "What's New Pussycat?", Written by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, Performed by Tom Jones, Courtesy of Decca Music Group Limited, Under license from Universal Music Enterprises; "Wonderful Night," Written by Norman Cook and Lateef Daumont, Performed by Fatboy Slim, Courtesy of Astralwerks, Under license from EMI Film & Television Music.
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