A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (also known as Shaun the Sheep Movie 2) is a 2019 film and the sequel to the first Shaun the Sheep Movie, This film is directed by Will Becher and Richard Phelan and produced by Paul Kewley.
The film opens with a man and his dog buying fries, until his dog runs into the forest. The man chases after his dog into the forest, and runs up a big hill. Over the hill, he sees a UFO land. The alien opens up the door, while the man and his dog run away with fear, dropping the fries. The alien gobbles up the fries, while dropping a strange object.
A few hours ago at the farm, Shaun is playing frisbee with the other sheep, and hits Bitzer in the mouth. Bitzer bans frisbee, and starts banning other fun things around the farm. That night, Shaun sneaks into the farmer's house, while he is watching TV. On the TV, the man tells people that he saw a UFO, and the Farmer laughs at the story. Shaun orders three pizzas from Forest Fast Foods. Meanwhile, the alien is looking at Forest Fast Foods from the bushes, and spots a pizza delivery man. The pizza delivery man puts in the pizzas, and the alien climbs in and eats the pizzas. The sheep, disguised as a man, take the pizzas to the barn. Before they can even open it, Bitzer discovers them, and takes the pizzas. Bitzer gives the pizzas to the farmer instead, but finds them empty. Meanwhile, Agent Red and the Hazmats drive past the farm to investigate.
The next morning, Shaun finds a trail of pizzas leading to the barn. He finds the alien named Lu-La, a friendly, blue creature who can imitate really well. Lu-La can also make things float with her mind. The Flock have to hide Lu-La from Bizter. Lu-La gets in the Wheatchopper with Shaun, and drives crazy around the farm. The farmer is reading the newspaper about UFOs, and sees the Wheatchopper going wild. After the wild ride, Shaun gives Bitzer the Key, and the farmer finds Bitzer. However, A strange Alien-like pattern is chopped in the wheat. That gives the farmer an idea.
In the barn, Lu-La and Shaun are hiding from the farmer. Lu-La shows using objects that she came from a distant planet, and landed near Forest Fast Foods.
Cast and Characters
- Justin Fletcher as Shaun and Timmy
- Amalia Vitale as Lu-La and Me-Ma
- John Sparkes as Bitzer and The Farmer
- Kate Harbour as Timmy's Mum and Agent Red
- David Holt as Mugg-1N5
- Richard Webber as Shirley and Ub-Do
- Simon Greenall as The Twins
- Emma Tate as Hazel
- Andy Nyman as Nuts
- Chris Morrell as Farmer John
- Joe Sugg as Pizza Delivery Boy
- Joseph Balderrama, Will Becher, Tim Hands, Naomi McDonald, Richard Phelan, Adam Rhys Dee, Antony Bayman, Tom Collingwood, David Holt, Chris Morrell, Adrian Rhodes, Emma Tate and Amalia Vitale as Additional Voices
- September 22, 2019 (Odeon Leicester Square)
- September 26, 2019 (Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Germany, Italy, Switzerland)
- October 16, 2019 (France)
- October 18, 2019 (United Kingdom)
- October 31, 2019 (Spain)
- December 12, 2019 (Portugal)
- December 13, 2019 (Japan)
- December 26, 2019 (Russia)
- January 9, 2020 (Australia, New Zealand)
- January 17, 2020 (Turkey)
- February 14, 2020 (United States, Canada, Brazil, Latin America) (Netflix)
- The next film to be showing in 3D and RealD 3D.
- The second Aardman film in 2.35:1.
- It was originally called Shaun the Sheep Movie 2.
- A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon was first released in Germany on 26 September 2019 while in the United Kingdom, it was released on 18 October 2019. Originally intended to release theatrically in the United States on December 13, 2019, Netflix bought the distribution rights for U.S., Canada and Latin America and pushed the American release date to February 14, 2020.
- Unlike the previous film (which received a PG rating from the MPA), this film has received a G rating from the MPA, making it not only the first Shaun the Sheep film to receive a G rating, but also the first Netflix film ever to receive a G rating.
- This the first animated film of 2020s to be rated G by the MPAA.
- This is the first Aardman Anmations film to be rated G by the MPAA since Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.
- This film was produced in 2.35:1 aspect ratio, unlike the first film which was produced in 1.85:1.
- A Little Girl riding a rocket kiddie ride that look like Moon Rocket from Wallace & Gromit: A Grand Day Out.
- In flashback of Red's childhood school, it shows drawing of Morph and Gromit.
- TVs play A Grand Day Out scene from Wallace & Gromit.