Joe knows this means he has to say goodbye to Moz - after all, monsters only come out when its dark - so the pair say an emotional goodbye and Joe turns on his night light. The soundtrack is The Beatles' Golden Slumbers sung by Elbow. The song was written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
Earlier this week we asked John Lewis if it was their handy work, but a spokesperson said: "We never comment on speculation as we don't want to ruin the surprise".
Admitting that he was nervous about taking on the project, Michel said: "When I told my ex-girlfriend I was doing the next John Lewis Christmas film she said, "You have big shoes to fill, this John Lewis commercial must make people cry, don't forget". 90, 60 and 20-second versions of the ad will also played across commercial networks.
John Lewis have revealed their 2017 Christmas advert, which sees the lovable giant Moz the Monster take centre stage.
Spin-off Moz merchandise will be available at the John Lewis department stores.
A recording of actor Sally Phillips reading the Moz The Monster story will be available for download from johnlewis.com, Sky boxes and Google Home, with Google customers able to personalise it by choosing their own sound effects.
Last year, John Lewis the store sent Mr Lewis a personalised gift as a thank you for fielding misdirected tweets. Moz's eyes already appear in the store's name.
Craig Inglis, John Lewis's Customer Director, added: "This year's Christmas campaign brings to life the power of children's imaginations and the joy of great friendships".
But Joe and Moz's friendship doesn't quite end there.
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