Avid fans may be disheartened after 20th Fox Century revealed that “Ice Age 5” movie will be the last installment to be released next year. The final movie “Ice Age 5: The Final Chapter” will hit theaters on July 15, 2016.
The first “Ice Age” movie was released in 2002 where we only saw a baby Saber-toothed squirrel along with a Mammoth and a Saber-toothed Tiger. The three have been in numerous adventures and fans who have kept a close watch in all Ice Age movies are eager to find out if the characters would have a worthy ending.
According to VCPost, “Ice Age 5” will still focus on the main characters of the movie and their goal to survive the changes in the environment confronting the ice age. In the final chapter, Sid the Sloth, Diego the Saber-toothed Tiger and Manny the Mammoth, will try to survive the catastrophe which were all started by Scrat the Saber-toothed squirrel and his endless love for chestnuts.
The report from VCPost went on saying that fans will be taken back to an island which was also the last past of the previous Ice Age installment. Unlike with the other “Ice Age” movies, the setting for the fifth and final installment situates Scrat along the beach while Sid works on his tone deaf line. Diego was already feeling irritated while Manny was trying hard to get his sleep. Finally, the agitated Mammoth began to shout “QUIET.”
After Manny shouted, everyone heard a familiar cracking sound. Scrat has supposedly done something but this time, they knew who caused the drift!
Meanwhile, the cast and crew for “Ice Age 5” received some good news after it was confirmed that the last voice actors in the previous “Ice Age” installment were also the same cast who would play the voices for the final movie. The cast included Ray Romano who played Manny, Denis Leary for Diego and John Leguizamo for Sid. Chris Wedge will still play the voice for Scrat the saber-toothed squirrel.
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