Ice Age: Continental Drift Triple Play and 3D Editions Detailed
Posted November 30, 2012 04:53 PM by Webmaster
The UK branch of 20th Century Fox has officially announced and detailed its upcoming Triple Play and 3D Blu-ray editions of directors Steve Martino and Mike Thurmeier's Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012). The releases will be available for purchase on December 10th.
This all-new chapter in the beloved Ice Age franchise reconnects families with herd favourites Manny, Sid, and Diego. Joining familiar friends of the Ice Age world on their latest journey is Sid's long-lost and side-splittingly funny Granny plus a band of pirates led by the fearsome orangutan Captain Gutt. And no Ice Age film would be complete without celebrated icon Scrat, whose existence revolves around the elusive acorn. Scrat once again returns with his very own exploits; however this time his pursuits result in world-changing consequences.
The regular creative voices of Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) as Manny, Denis Leary (The Amazing Spiderman) as Diego, John Leguizamo (Romeo + Juliet) as Sid, Queen Latifah (Chicago) as Ellie, Seann William Scott (American Pie) as Crash, Simon Pegg (Shaun of the Dead) as Buck and director Chris Wedge as Scrat all return. This time they are joined by new cast members Jennifer Lopez (Made In Manhattan) as Shira, Peter Dinklage (Game of Thrones) as Captain Gutt, Nicki Minaj (New Year's Eve) as Steffie, and Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead, Paul), as Flynn.
Note: In the United States, Ice Age: Continental Drift will street on December 11th. See our listings here and here.
Party with a Pirate (feature-length)
Shimmy Shake Music Section
Gutt's Sing-Along Shanty Shimmy Shake
"We Are" Extended Music Video
"Chasing the Sun" by The Wanted
The Sid Shuffle
Through a Pirate's Spyglass
Capturing the Crew!
Whale of a Tale: Drifts, Rifts, Beasties and Myths
@hoofhearted: Ice Age 4 is the international title for this film, not just in the UK.
@Simonbergeron: "Through the Pirates Spyglass", "Whale of a Tale: Drifts, Rifts, Beasties and Myths", "Scrat Got Your Tongue?" and "Granny and the Stink of the Sloths" are all behind-the-scenes featurettes with interviews by the cast and crew. Together they are about 65 minutes long.
The UK release has been altered to gain a 'U' certificate. From The BBFC: Distributor chose to remove a use of the word spastic , as a term to describe a character, in order to achieve a U classification.