FERDINAND: Two Golden Globe Nominations For New David Tennant Animated Feature



Ferdinand, the brand new animated movie featuring the voice of David Tennant has been nominated for two Golden Globe Awards. 20th Century Fox announced that the feelgood feature was shortlisted for Best Animated Motion Picture and Best Original Song (the Nick Jonas track Home).

Ferdinand is a 3D animated retelling, from Blue Sky Studios and 20th Century Fox Animation, of the children's 1936 storybook The Story Of Ferdinand. It tells of a gentle bull calf who flees from a Spanish bull training camp when he discovers the horror of the bullring and is adopted by a young girl on her family's farm. But his idyllic life comes crashing down when he is captures and returned to the ranch where the plan is for him to face up to El Primero, Spain's greatest matador. Ferdinand is voiced by John Cena, while David Tennant provides the voice of Highland bull Angus. The cast also includes Kate McKinnon as Lupe, Bobby Cannavale as Valiente, Gabriel Iglesias as Cuatro and Sally Phillips as Greta. 

Ferdinand is released in the USA on December 15th, with a worldwide release to follow. It is currently in previews in the UK, ahead of a national release on December 22nd. 

The winners of the 75th Golden Globe Awards are announced on Sunday 7th January 2018.


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