Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs

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Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (or Ice Age 3), is a computer animated movie. It was released on July 1, 2009. It is the third movie in the Ice Age series. The movie was produced by Blue Sky Studios. It was distributed by 20th Century Fox. The movie was also released on RealD anywhere available.

A sequel, Ice Age 4: Continental Drift, was released in 2012. Ice Age: Collision Course will be released in 2016.[1]

Queen Latifah recorded and performed a version of the song "Walk the Dinosaur" with John Leguizamo.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Uruguay 26 June 2009
 United Arab Emirates 1 July 2009
 Argentina 1 July 2009
 Austria 1 July 2009
 Australia 1 July 2009
 Belgium 1 July 2009
 Bulgaria 1 July 2009
 Brazil 1 July 2009
 Canada 1 July 2009
 Canada 1 July 2009 (French speaking region)
 Switzerland 1 July 2009 (French speaking region)
 Switzerland 1 July 2009 (German speaking region)
 Czech Republic 1 July 2009
 Germany 1 July 2009
 Denmark 1 July 2009
 Estonia 1 July 2009
 Egypt 1 July 2009
 Finland 1 July 2009
 United Kingdom 1 July 2009
 Greece 1 July 2009
 Hong Kong 1 July 2009
 Indonesia 1 July 2009
 Israel 1 July 2009
 Iceland 1 July 2009
 Kazakhstan 1 July 2009
 Lebanon 1 July 2009
 Lithuania 1 July 2009
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico 1 July 2009
Malaysia Malaysia 1 July 2009
 Netherlands 1 July 2009
 Norway 1 July 2009
 Peru 1 July 2009
 Portugal 1 July 2009
 Russia 1 July 2009
 Sweden 1 July 2009
 Singapore 1 July 2009
 Slovenia 1 July 2009
 Syria 1 July 2009
 Turkey 1 July 2009
 Taiwan 1 July 2009
 Ukraine 1 July 2009
 United States 1 July 2009
 Venezuela 1 July 2009
 South Africa 1 July 2009
 Spain 2 July 2009
 Hungary 2 July 2009
 Kuwait 2 July 2009
 Poland 2 July 2009
 Thailand 2 July 2009
 Colombia 3 July 2009
 France 3 July 2009
Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland 3 July 2009
 India 3 July 2009
 Latvia 3 July 2009
 Panama 3 July 2009
 Philippines 3 July 2009
 Romania 3 July 2009
 China 8 July 2009
 Pakistan 10 July 2009
 Japan 25 July 2009
 South Korea 13 August 2009
 Italy 28 August 2009

Voice cast[change | change source]

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