Woo hoo!!!!

Baking up new mischief: upcoming Wallace & Gromit short set for 2008
Hit animated duo Wallace and Gromit are headed back to TV next year, British production company Aardman announced Wednesday.
The Oscar-winning company revealed that filming of a new short featuring the beloved bumbling inventor and his faithful canine companion will begin production at Aardman’s Bristol studios in January.
The 30-minute film, to be shown on the BBC, will be titled Trouble at’ Mill and is scheduled to appear by December 2008.
Trouble at’ Mill follows Wallace and Gromit as they dive into the business of running a bakery. As usual, Wallace encounters a lovely new love interest: bread enthusiast Piella Bakewell.
Naturally, the duo also become embroiled in a mystery, this time involving a dozen missing bakers.
“I’ve been spending the last few months writing a new Wallace and Gromit film with [writer] Bob Baker. We worked together on The Wrong Trousers and A Close Shave. We got together to write a new one,” Nick Park, the Oscar-winning creator of the plasticine duo, said in an interview on the Wallace and Gromit website.
On the site, “we’re gonna have a blog going on.Ö I don’t know what blogs are really,” Park said, laughing.
He later added that the site would feature “updates and pictures and video footage of what we’re up to and stuff like that.”
Park’s Wallace and Gromit characters were last seen in feature-length film The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, which won the best animated feature Oscar in 2006.