"Arthur Christmas" helps answer the question: "How does Santa Claus get all of those presents delivered all around the world in just one night?"
With technology of course! When things go haywire, it's Santa's son, "Arthur" to the rescue with the help of "Grandsanta".
Bill Nighy plays "Grandsanta" and says despite the character being decades and decades older than him; it's a character he'd love to play again.
Nighy along with director Sarah Smith attended an event by the MTA on Saturday morning to unveil three subway trains on the "S" Line that have been wallpapered by "Arthur Christmas".
Smith is just one of a few female directors who have tackled an animated feature film and she also co-wrote the story. She says that she hopes more women will give animation a chance.
Christmas carolers and kids from "The Boys and Girls Club" of Kips Bay helped Santa officially kick off the holiday season at Grand Central Station.
Marines were also on hand to help take donations for "Toys for Tots".
"Arthur Christmas" opens in theaters nationwide on November 23rd.
Story and interviews by Jennifer Matarese, Eyewitness News.