Have you ever wondered how Santa gets the job done in just one night? The new Aardman Animation and Sony Pictures' holiday adventure Arthur Christmas sets out to straighten the record, and we now have five all-new clips and a sprawling Hi-Res photo gallery for you to check out. Santa and his family await below.

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Arthur Christmas brings the holiday spirit to Sony Pictures AnimationBeing from Minnesota originally, I am no stranger to snow. However, I have never seen actual snow on the ground in Los Angeles until yesterday afternoon at the Sony Pictures Animation facility in Culver City, California. No, hell didn't freeze over or anything drastic like that, but actual snow on the ground was just a small part of the festivities for the studio's {0} event. Despite all of the other kid-friendly activities like coloring and face painting, the children really seemed enamored with the snow. I guess that's kind of like getting a child a huge Christmas present... and then all they play with is the box.
We take in a special holiday-themed event where we watched the first 30 minutes of this Christmas taleSomehow, they manage to get the job done, despite a few close calls like a child waking up while Santa hides near the bed, but a glitch occurred in this fancy system: one child was actually missed, and, wait for it... yes, it is the little British girl who we saw at the very beginning. While Steve brushes it off, Arthur, who wants every single child's Christmas to be perfect, and is determined to deliver this one last present, even though there are only a few hours left before the sun rises. Enter the crotchety Grandsanta, voiced hilariously by {8}, who did things the old-fashioned way, you know, with a sleigh, reindeer and, of course, magic powder. Grandsanta persuades Arthur to partake in this mission and off they go to deliver the last Christmas present before the young girl wakes up and loses all her faith in the holiday.
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