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First Trailer for Blue Sky's Animated 'Ice Age: Collision Course' Sequel

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December 15, 2015
Source: YouTube

Ice Age: Collision Course Trailer

"Hey look - shooting stars!" Fox has released the full trailer for Blue Sky's latest animated sequel, Ice Age: Collision Course, continuing the adventures of Scrat the sabertooth squirrel as well as Sid, Manny and Diego. For those who want to understand how this movie starts, we posted the full Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe short online showing how Scrat causes an asteroid to fly towards Earth. This trailer replays most of that short and continues with a tiny bit of footage at the end. This is the fourth sequel in the Ice Age series that started out back in 2002, and I haven't watched a single one of these since then. If you're interested in more give this a look. The voice cast this time includes Nick Offerman, Simon Pegg & Melissa Rauch. Enjoy!

Here's the full trailer for Blue Sky's Ice Age: Collision Course, direct from Fox's YouTube:

Ice Age: Collision Course

Scrat journeys where no Ice Age character has gone before in Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe. The consequences of Scrat’s antics are always momentous, and this time he’s creating his own version of the Big Bang – and a cosmic "Scrat-tastrophe" that could have huge consequences for Ice Age herd… and the rest of the world. This animated short is showing in 2D and 3D exclusively in front of The Peanuts Movie, now playing in theaters. Scrat's epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the Ice Age World. To save themselves, Sid, Manny, Diego, and the rest of the herd must leave their home and embark on a quest full of comedy and adventure, traveling to exotic new lands and encountering a host of colorful new characters. In theaters July 22, 2016.

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Reader Feedback - 7 Comments

1

I am really bored of this series now... Blue Sky are such talented animators, they need to do something new and unique again...

Godzilla on Dec 15, 2015

2

You know they just did the Peanuts movie, right? That was amazing animation!

David Diaz on Dec 15, 2015

3

Yeah, Peanuts was amazing! But I was trying to point out how original they used to be... When I saw Ice Age one, I was completely blown away... I was just trying to make a point that they need to do more original stories vs working on existing IPs

Godzilla on Dec 15, 2015

4

Ok cool. But I completely agree. This series is getting stale. Their next two films are Ferdinand and then Anubis so I'm guessing you'll get your wish for some new IP.

David Diaz on Dec 15, 2015

5

you were blown away by the first Ice Age movie? I've never seen it all the way through. Is it really that good?? looks so boring to me

Joker's hideout on Dec 15, 2015

6

It is a good movie..... Not a perfect movie, like a Pixar movie, but a good one nonetheless... But not only that, it was original. I had never seen a Mammoth, Sabretooth Tiger, Sloth and a Sabretooth squirrel in an animated movie before... The movie also had an emotional aspect to it, that the other movies were lacking...

Godzilla on Dec 16, 2015

7

They shoulda kept this one on ice....

TheOct8pus on Dec 15, 2015

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