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Tuesday, 9 June 2009

Ice Age 4 - Who knew?

The third Ice Age film isn't even out yet, but AICN have this snippet of info about a possible fourth film. Just a rumour at the moment, but I like the fact that it is changing the franchise. I enjoyed the first one but the second did nothing for me.
I haven't seen this reported anywhere, so hopefully this is of some interest.

Even though Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs hasn't even hit theaters yet, it seems a fourth Ice Age film has been well underway or the past few months. [SOURCE'S CONNECTION TO PROJECT DELETED BY AICN] friend of mine says the 4th installment sees Manny, Sid, Diego, Ellie and Scrat frozen solid and accidentally defrosted in a museum in present day.

At this stage the film is being called "Ice Age Th4w". Guess that sees the end of any future Ice Age movies being set in prehistoric times but this could be an interesting new direction for the franchise.

This idea also mirrors recent events where a perfectly preserved (Frozen) baby woolly mammoth was discovered on a Siberian riverbank earlier this year.

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