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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.”

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