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02 August 2010  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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Forget The Wolfman, wolfie odd-couple animation Alpha And Omega is on a mission to prove that not every member of the lupus genus is a furry sociopath with daddy issues. And here, in all its quad-shaped glory, is the new promo poster to prove it.

The two wolves in question are Kate (Hayden Panetierre) and Humphrey (Justin Long), the alpha and omega animals in the pack. Forced to embark on a journey of fantastic proportions when they're shipped across country by the (ranger) man, the two must overcome some serious personal differences along the way back home.

If this sounds like a movie we've seen a few times before with a layer of fur added, the action sequences look solid enough to suggest Alpha And Omega could enhance an already stellar year in animation. Not to mention a voicecast that includes Christina Ricci, Danny Glover, and Dennis Hopper in his last movie role.

Alpha And Omega is out in 3D on October 22.

 


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I agree with shanedcrowley, this looks poor - animals treking across the landscape, making friends and learning things about life/themselves/each other along the way... it's all been done before. *Yawn* Also, two things: 1) Is anyone else finding this 'sexy' anmail thing a bit wierd? Like, not even 'furry' wierd, just w i e r d... improving CGI makes critters look more and more real all the time, but what, are we supposed to fancy the wolf now it has hair? Thankfully i don't get it. And 2) an More

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