Alien Xmas Updates: The new Netflix Holiday movie is directed by the Chiodo Brothers. The duo has added another feather in their hats along with the Killer Klowns from Outer Space.
Alien Xmas is believed to tour the North Pole this season to visit Jon Favreau’s Elf. the trailer features Baby Walrus and Arctic Puffin hanging around in the North pole.
John Favreau’s has lent his voice for Baby Walrus and Arctic Puffin in Elf, directed by the Chiodo Brother. It has almost been 15 years since the release of Elf, and the Chiodo Brothers have now made attempts to review the stop motion series.
John says he’s thankful to the Brothers for this attempt of theirs. the plot of the story reveals a scene where a group of aliens tries to steal the gravity of the earth to conquer the planet.
X a little alien and the gift-giving spirit can only save the world. X learns that nothing meant to take from planet earth and he tries to save Mama-earth.
The story an adaptation of the Chiodo Brothers book that Alien Xmas that launched in 2006.
The trailer reveals Santa Claus narrating the first Alien Christmas story which later turns into a holiday tale.
The animation series produced by Edward Chiodo and directed by Stephan Chiodo.
John Favreau and Charles Chiodo are the executive producers of the stop-animation series.
The duo has also created Pee-Wees Big Adventure, Tim Burton’s Hansel and Gretel, Vincent, Critters, Ernest Sacredd Stupid, and Team America: World Police.Image Source: Movieweb
The creative duo has always interested in the monster entertainment series as they had grown up watching Godzilla and, son of Kong.
Alien Xmas will premiere on Netflix on the 20th of November. However, the book is available over the shelves, you can grab one for yourself and take a breezy ride to the north pole verbally until the release of the video.
Chiodo Brothers are the producer of the latest Netflix Holiday film. The couple and Killer Klowns from Outer Space added a feather to their hats.
This season, Alien Xmas schedule to tour Jon Favreau’s Elf at the North Pole.
Baby Walrus and Arctic Puffin hanging in the northern pole seen in the trailer.
John Favreau’s borrowing his voice from the Elf Chiodo Brother for Baby Walrus and Arctic Puffin.
Almost 15 years have passed since Elf’s debut, and the Chiodo Brothers have now attempted to rewrite the stop motion series.