Ice Age (movie)

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Ice Age
Directed by Chris Wedge
Produced by John C. Donkin
Lori Forte
Written by Michael J. Wilson
Michael Berg
Starring Ray Romano
John Leguizamo
Denis Leary
Goran Visnjic
Music by David Newman
Editing by John Carnochan
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) March 15, 2002
Running time 81 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $59 million
Money made $383,257,136

Ice Age or Ice Age 1 is a 2002 American animated comedy 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 received positive reviews with a 78% on Rotten Tomatoes which is fresh and a 60% out of 100 from Metacritic. The movie had three sequels, Ice Age 2: The Meltdown in 2006, Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs in 2009, Ice Age 4: Continental Drift in 2012, and Ice Age: Collision Course is scheduled to be released on July 22, 2016.

Release Dates[change | change source]

Country Premiere
 Indonesia 14 March 2002
Flag of Mexico.svg Mexico 14 March 2002
 Sweden 15 March 2002
 United States 15 March 2002
 Venezuela 20 March 2002
 Australia 21 March 2002
 Switzerland 21 March 2002 (German speaking region)
 Germany 21 March 2002
 Dominican Republic 21 March 2002
 Israel 21 March 2002
 Lebanon 21 March 2002
Malaysia Malaysia 21 March 2002
 New Zealand 21 March 2002
 Peru 21 March 2002
 Austria 22 March 2002
 Brazil 22 March 2002
 Colombia 22 March 2002
 Denmark 22 March 2002
 Finland 22 March 2002
 United Kingdom 22 March 2002
 Ireland 22 March 2002
 Iceland 22 March 2002
 Norway 22 March 2002
 Hong Kong 23 March 2002
 Jamaica 27 March 2002
 South Africa 28 March 2002
 Philippines 3 April 2002
 Chile 4 April 2002
 United Arab Emirates 10 April 2002
 Greece 12 April 2002
 Italy 24 April 2002
 Netherlands 25 April 2002
 India 3 May 2002
 Kuwait 4 June 2002
 Hungary 6 June 2002
 Poland 7 June 2002
 Taiwan 7 June 2002
 Uruguay 21 June 2002
 France 26 June 2002
 Belgium 3 July 2002
 Argentina 4 July 2002
 Portugal 5 July 2002
 Egypt 10 July 2002
 Spain 12 July 2002
 Japan 3 August 2002
 South Korea 9 August 2002
 Russia 22 August 2002
 Ukraine 23 August 2002
 Czech Republic 17 October 2002
 Estonia 25 October 2002
 Lithuania 1 November 2002
 Turkey 31 January 2003
 Bulgaria 4 April 2003

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