Do you and your family love Ice Age films? Scrat, Manny (Ray Romano), Sid (John Leguizamo), and Diego (Denis Leary) return once again for an all-new holiday adventure, Ice Age: The Great Egg-scapade! Peaches really wants to see an “Eagles Show” with her friends on Easter Day instead of celebrating the holiday with her family which made her mom sad. Meanwhile, an angry pirate bunny, Squint (Seth Green), wants his revenge from a previous film. When Sid falls asleep egg-sitting, it was the perfect opportunity for Squint to steal the eggs and hide them. It was a hunt for eggs and Squint’s brother, Clint (Blake Anderson), is there to help. After the families reunite and the eggs began to hatch, Peaches realize that family is cool.
This short Ice Age film was a cute new way of explaining how the Easter Bunny and Easter Egg Hunting all started. It runs about 20 minutes and includes bonus features like how they designed Scratch, Scratte and more! (see the list below). It’s now available for Digital HD downloads in the iTunes Store, Google Play, Vudu, Amazon Video, Sony Playstation Store, Microsoft Movies & TV and MGo. Ice Age: The Great Egg-scapade also includes an exclusive sneak peek of the upcoming all-new animated feature film Ice Age: Collision Course which premieres in theaters July 22, 2016. I am giving away one free downloadable code for one lucky reader to enjoy the film too just in time for Easter! Enter below for a chance to win!
IceAgeMovies.com allowing fans to help Sid decorate his prehistoric eggs just in time for Easter.
Digital HD Special Features Include:
- Cosmic Scrat-trastrophe: A five-minute sneak peek of Ice Age: Collision Course
- Ice Age: The Story So Far
- More Nuts for Scrat
- Ice Age – Continental Crack-Up, Part 1
- Ice Age – Continental Crack-Up, Part 2
- Gone Nutty – Scrat’s Missing Adventure
- No Time For Nuts
- Falling For Scratte
- Scrat: From Head to Toe
- Educational Featurettes:
- Lost Historical Films
- The Sloth: “Nature’s Loveable Lisper”
- The Saber-Toothed Tiger: “Nature’s Fearsome Feline”
- The Possum: “Nature’s Spunky Spectacles”