Spike Jonze has directed the movie based on Maurice Sendak's classic illustrated children's book about a young boy named Max who travels to the land of the Wild Things.
The film will hit UK cinema screens on December 11, while a trailer is available to watch here.
To coincide with this, Amaze Entertainment is developing a Where The Wild Things Are video game for the Wii, PS3 and Xbox 360, with WayForward working on the DS version.
Available from November, the game will let players take on the role of Max as he becomes king of the Wild Things and then must save the giant creatures from annihilation.
Samantha Ryan, Warner Bros senior vice president, production and development, said: "Where The Wild Things Are is a beloved children's story and we are excited to deliver an immersive interactive experience based on and inspired by the feature film from Spike Jonze.
"Through the action-filled adventure, players will team up with the Wild Things - each with their own unique skills or special talents - learn valuable new abilities and work together to find a way to safety."