Ice Age – The Adventures of Buck, the trailer for the film

Next spring, young and old are invited to go back to prehistory: Disney + has released the first trailer of “Ice Age – Buck’s Adventures“, A spin-off of the successful” Ice Age “saga that will tell a new funny and reckless story. The title will be streamed on Disney + starting from 25 March 2022 and will also be visible on Sky Q and via the app on the Now Smart Stick.

The plot: Buck against the threat of the dinosaurs

The new animated film promises to be a real treat for fans of the adventures of the Lost World. Against the threat of the dinosaurs this time Buck takes the field, a character already appeared for the first time in “Ice Age 3 – Dawn of the Dinosaurs”. Buck is a weasel, small and one-eyed but her reckless nature leads her to face absurd challenges. Along with Crash, Eddie and other new friends, Buck decides to save the Lost World from the domination of the dinosaurs and the mission will be risky and super fun.
From a temporal point of view, the events of this title, which have been in the works for many years, are among those told in the third and fourth films, a midquel that explores a part of the vast history that began in the cinema in 2002, the year of the release of the first animated feature film, “The Ice Age”. Directed by directed by Chris Wedge and produced by Blue Sky Studios, together with 20th Century Fox, that first film was the first chapter of a twenty-year adventure on the big screen which, after four sequels, short films and two TV specials, today arrives in streaming to continue to garner the favor of the public, always ready to delve into the stories of the many characters of the original story by Michael J. Wilson.

JLo returns to the voice cast of the original version

“The Ice Age: Adventures of Buck Wild”, the original title of the new film coming in March 2022, marks the directorial debut for John C. Donkin, former producer of Blue Sky Studios, makers of the entire cycle of films of “Ice Age” until the takeover by Walt Disney Studios made official last February.

Initially conceived as a serial TV series but then rethought in film format, the new chapter will have a soundtrack composed by the newcomer Batu Sener, former collaborator of John Powell who had worked on the music of almost all the previous titles of the franchise. In the original version Buck will again be voiced by Simon Pegg, while Seann William Scott and Josh Peck will give voice to possums Crash & Eddie; Queen Latifah will voice the mammoth Ellie and Jennifer Lopez, the tiger Shira.