Disney + takes us back to the lost world

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Our prehistoric fuzzy friends have faced many challenges together, from the collapse and dawn of the dinosaurs to continental drift and the collision course of the large asteroid. But now Crash and Eddie return to the lost world. They “want to live a life of adventure,” it seems, and that rarely goes well for these characters. They also have hearing problems from the “marshmallows” in their ears, and I understand. It happens to me all the time. Since it looks like we’re going to be stuck inside again for a while, it’s good that this movie premieres on Disney +. Not that I don’t want to go back to the movies, but hey, turn on the newspaper. In fact, maybe not. Just sit back with popcorn and fluffy blankets and do an “Ice Age” marathon. It seems like a safer bet and a lot more fun.

Here’s the official synopsis:

“The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild” continues the hilarious escapades of the sub-zero heroes as they create more prehistoric pandemonium. Hungry for a little independence, the thrill-seeking opossum brothers, Crash and Eddie, decided to find a place of their own, but quickly found themselves trapped under the ice in a huge cave inhabited by dinosaurs. They are rescued by one-eyed, adventure-crazed Buck Wild, and together, with the help of new friends, embark on a mission to save the lost world from the domination of the dinosaurs.

The film, which features the voices of Simon Pegg (“Mission: Impossible – Fallout”), Utkarsh Ambudkar (“Free Guy”), Justina Machado (“One Day at a Time”), Vincent Tong (“Ninjago”) and Aaron Harris, is directed by John C. Donkin (producer “Ice Age: Continental Drift”), written by Jim Hecht (“Ice Age: The Meltdown”), Ray DeLaurentis (“Fairly Odd Parents”) and Will Schifrin (“Bunsen is a Beast “) from a Jim Hecht story, with Lori Forte (the” Ice Age “franchise) as executive producer.

The original film will premiere exclusively on Disney + on January 28, 2022, and the entire “Ice Age” collection of five films and two TV specials is currently available to stream on this platform. .

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