Wallace and Gromit breeder Aardman denied that he had experienced difficulties with his clay supply.

On Monday afternoon, the iconic British animation studio issued a statement denying that it was running out of materials to make future projects.

Follow The Daily Telegraph reporting that Aardman only had enough modeling clay for one more Wallace and Gromit film after its main supplier, Newclay Products, went out of business in March.

Aardman said it was “touched” by concerns about its future, but stressed there was no need to worry as it had plans for a “smooth transition” to a new supplier.

Aardman debuted its latest creation, Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget, on Netflix last month. The film was a sequel to 2000 Chicken Race.

Other Aardman creations include Shaun the sheep It is Morph.


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