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THE Ice Age herd are back for an all-new adventure in Ice Age 5: Collision Co California, to get a behind-the-scenes look at how the film was made, chat to chasing Scrat!
Scrat’s back and up to his usual tricks in the fifth instalment of the Ice Age series. On an epic pursuit of the elusive acorn, he accidentally launches himself into outer space and triggers cosmic events that threaten the Ice Age world. Back on Earth, Manny the mammoth starts worrying when daughter Peaches announces her engagement. When Sid the sloth volunteers to plan the couple’s wedding, it seems nothing can get in the way – except maybe the end of the world! After all of Scrat’s mischief, Buck, Manny, Ellie, Sid, Diego and the rest of the crew must work together to find a new home.
Co-director Galen T Chu explained how the team get the ball rolling when creating an Ice Age film. “Our producer Lori Forte, who’s been the producer for all the Ice Age movies, comes up with the basic seed of an idea. She came up with the idea that Scrat would find the spaceship from the first Ice Age movie. Starting from a basic pitch, we start working with writers and story artists, and really fleshing out the main story, then story artists like Jony Chandra help to really bring it all to life.” An early storyboard sketch
From Scrat’s adventures in showering Earth, Galen told science of it all in Collision C really into reading up on scie but we do take some artistic value we never totally put o we have to be totally accura funny, so we never really tak
Galen started off as a writ early Ice Age films, then wen Course. He told us how it all watching cartoons and readi art classes at school when I up, I realised this could be so more seriously. My parents I would find it hard to suppo so encouraging and supporti much I loved it. I’d say if you do, don’t give up!”
“Each movie chronicles a The first one is about three through their journey they l other. In this one it’s more a and about learning not to ju they look or how they are. Y emotions far more than we at a very young age, all the t them clearly affect them.”