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Gnomeo and Juliet
Directed by Kelly Asbury
Produced by Elton John
David Furnish
Baker Bloodworth
Steve Hamilton Shaw
Screenplay by John R. Smith
Rob Sprackling
Story by William Shakespeare
Mark Burton
Kevin Cecil
Andy Riley
Starring James McAvoy
Emily Blunt
Jason Statham
Ozzy Osbourne
Michael Caine
Patrick Stewart
Matt Lucas
Stephen Merchant
Jim Cummings
Seth Green
Seth MacFarlane
Music by James Newton Howard (Score)
Elton John (Songs)
Editing by Catherine Apple
Studio Starz Animation
Rocket Pictures
Distributed by Touchstone Pictures
Release date(s) February 11, 2011
Country United States
United Kingdom
Language English

Gnomeo and Juliet is an American-British upcoming CGI animated film based on William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet this film stars James McAvoy, Emily Blunt, Jason Statham, Ozzy Osbourne, Michael Caine, Patrick Stewart, Matt Lucas, Stephen Merchant, Jim Cummings, with Seth Green and Seth MacFarlane. According to Box Office Mojo, the film is rated G by the MPAA,[1] being Touchstone Pictures' first ever G-rated film.

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Plot

The film is a retelling of Romeo and Juliet using garden Gnomes. Two rival factions of garden gnomes (red and blue) live in two adjacent gardens. When no human is around, the gnomes come to life. Gnomeo, one of the blue gnomes, falls in love with Juliet, a member of the red faction.

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Production

The film is the original idea of Rob Sprackling and John Smith who sold the spec script to Disney through Rocket Pictures. Initially, the film was going to be produced by Disney Feature Animation, but was shut down by its new chief, John Lasseter, after the Pixar acquisition. Miramax Films picked up the project and guided its production until the division closed down. The film will now be released under the Touchstone Pictures banner on February 11, 2011, being Touchstone's first animated film since 1993's The Nightmare Before Christmas.

The film will be distributed in the UK and Canada by E1 Entertainment[2], and the film will be released in 3D. The film's soundtrack will be provided by Elton John[3] and James Newton Howard. John also presented 10 minutes of the film at the Cannes Film Festival.[4] The film's script was written by Rob Sprackling and John R. Smith, with revisions by Kevin Cecil, Andy Riley and Mark Burton.[5] The film will be directed by Kelly Asbury.

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