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Alpha and Omega
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ALPHA AND OMEGA
“Two mismatched young wolves are thrown together by circumstance: Kate and Humphrey must work together to make the long journey home from Idaho to their beloved Jasper Park in Canada.”
Looks like a great movie, one that kids will definitely enjoy!
The movie Alpha and Omega will be released September 17, 2010.
Alpha and omega is an upcoming 3D CGI animated movie directed by Anthony Bell and Ben Gluck and produced by Lionsgate. Hayden Panettiere and Justin Long are lending their voices to two wolves, the protagonists of the story. The film will be released on October 10, 2010.
Here below a first look at the movie Alpha and Omega:
“Kate and Humphrey are two wolves who are nothing alike. Kate’s an alpha wolf – to her, discipline, duty and responsibility are everything. On the other hand, Humphrey is an omega wolf — fun, friends and frivolity are what are important to him. In the world of wolves, alphas and omegas don’t mix, mingle or mate – such is pack law.
As the alpha wolf daughter of the western pack leader, Kate is arranged to marry Garth, the alpha wolf son of the eastern pack leader, not for love but to prevent a deadly war between the two packs. But the marriage is put on hold when, unbeknownst to anyone, Kate and Humphrey are taken by park rangers from their home in Jasper Park, Canada and relocated to Sawtooth Park, Idaho.
Desperate to get back in time to marry Garth and prevent war, and battling each other’s different points of view, the long distance and a few bears and porcupines along the way, Kate and Humphrey must work together to make the long journey home to their beloved Jasper Park. But Kate and Humphrey soon discover a new obstacle: somewhere along the way, Kate and Humphrey have fallen in love.”
Judging from the picture above, the movie Alpha and Omega won’t look a good as a Dreamworks or a Disney Pixar movie… But that cute wolf could win my heart any day, even if the CGI isn’t top-notch… And I can imagine intense 3D rides though the forest during the epic journey of Alpha and Omega.