Ice Age (2002 movie)

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Ice Age
Official logo of the movie
Directed byChris Wedge
Carlos Saldanha
Written byMichael J. Wilson
Screenplay byMichael Berg
Michael J. Wilson
Peter Ackerman
Produced byLori Forte
Executive producer:
Christopher Meledandri
Associate producer:
John C. Donkin
StarringRay Romano
John Leguizamo
Denis Leary
Goran Visnjic
Jack Black
Diedrich Bader
Alan Tudyk
Cedric The Entertainer
Stephen Root
Charlie Adler
P.J. Benjamin
Sidney DeSève
Dann Fink
Michael Gough
Josh Hamilton
James Woods
Steve Susskind
Patrick Warburton
Denny Dillon
Mitzi McCall
Frankie Muniz
Tara Strong
Wayne Allwine
John Kassir
Edited byJohn Carnochan
Music byDavid Newman
Distributed by20th Century Fox
Release dates
March 15, 2002 (United States, Canada, Turkey)
March 22, 2002 (United Kingdom and Ireland)
September 30, 2002 (China, Hungary)
June 16, 2006 (United States, Canada, Uruguay, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine; re-release)
Running time
81 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$59 million
Box office$383,257,136

Ice Age is a 2002 American computer animated comedy drama movie. It was produced by John C. Donkin and Lori Forte and was directed by Chris Wedge. The movie was released on March 15, 2002.

The movie was positively welcomed from both audiences and film critics which praised its story, humor, characters, emotional weight, voice cast performance (especially those of Leguizamo and Leary), David Newman's musical score and the ending.

The movie currently has four sequels, Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006), Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009), Ice Age: Continental Drift (2012), and Ice Age: Collision Course (2016). There has also been a Christmas special and a series of short movies revolving around the comic relief character in the movies.

Cast[change | change source]

The characters are all prehistoric animals. The animals can talk to and understand each other.

Additional voices were provided by Jack Angel, Michael Patrick Bell, Robert Bergen, Val Bettin, Barry Bostwick, Rodger Bumpass, Cameron Clarke, David Cowgill, Darin DePaul, Paul Eiding, Jennifer Hale, Carolyn Lawrence, Michael Lerner, Sherry Lynn, Danny Mann, Mona Marshall, Andrew McDonough, Rove McManus, Jerry Orbach, Bobbi Page, Peter Reneday, Lori Richardson, Michelle Ruff, Aaron Spann, Kyle Stanger, Catherine Taber, Holland Taylor, Russi Taylor, Brian Tocki, Frank Welker, Ezra Weisz and Billy West.

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