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It will loose the DenserAndWackier aspects that the sequels had, and give a similar tone to the first one including the return of Roshan, albeit older. This will close off the Ice Age franchise and hopefully rescue it in the eyes of the fans, especially since Disney is currently in its Revival.

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It will loose the DenserAndWackier aspects that the sequels had, and give a similar tone to the first one including the return of Roshan, albeit older. This will close off the Ice Age franchise and hopefully rescue it in the eyes of the fans, especially since Disney is currently in its Revival.Revival.
* Disney are keeping Blue Sky’s operations largely separate from Disney Animations Studios.


Because of course.

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Because of course.course.

[[WMG: Now that Disney has purchased 20th Century Fox, they will make a 6th Ice Age film that will WinBackTheCrowd, by going back to the roots of the first one and having Roshan return.]]
It will loose the DenserAndWackier aspects that the sequels had, and give a similar tone to the first one including the return of Roshan, albeit older. This will close off the Ice Age franchise and hopefully rescue it in the eyes of the fans, especially since Disney is currently in its Revival.



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* This doesn’t explain this attraction to Brooke in the fifth film, however.



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*Jossed. Roshan never appeared, or even mentioned, in any movie came after the first one.




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*Jossed, from the same reason the theory above is jossed.


[[WMG: Three main characters lived through the Ice Age as immortal animals succumbing to the {{Fog Of Ages}}.]]

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[[WMG: Three main characters lived through the Ice Age as immortal animals succumbing to the {{Fog {{The Fog Of Ages}}.]]


We're told [[AllThereInTheManual in the spin-off book]] that they were frozen "a million years ago". Taking that at face value, and assuming that the Cretaceous mass extinction happened at the same time in the movies' world as it did in ours creates a conundrum. But at the same time we know that there's a LostWorld of dinosaurs and other mesozoic animals still living at the time the movies take place, so it's entirely possible that, instead of being frozen during the dinosaur age (when there weren't even any ice caps to begin with), Maelstrom and Cretaceous somehow escaped from the Dinosaur World and became frozen before thawing out again.

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We're told [[AllThereInTheManual in the spin-off book]] that they were frozen "a million years ago". Taking that at face value, and assuming that the Cretaceous mass extinction happened at the same time in the movies' world as it did in ours creates a conundrum. But at the same time we know that there's a LostWorld of dinosaurs and other mesozoic animals still living at the time the movies take place, so it's entirely possible that, instead of being frozen during the dinosaur age (when there weren't even any ice caps to begin with), Maelstrom and Cretaceous somehow escaped from the Dinosaur World and became frozen before thawing out again.again.

[[WMG: The next Ice Age film will have Serena Ryder's "Ice Age" playing in the trailer]]
Because of course.

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** Yes, of course, that's the case in RealLife. But you're presumably forgetting the fact that the "ice age" setting of the franchise contains animals from all over the Cenozoic, so there's no reason to assume the Mesozoic era of this world wasn't the same.



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** That rock fell FLAT on their backs, most likely breaking their spines, which would have rendered them unable to swim.



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** Scrat never singles out one particular acorn. He goes after every single acorn he lays eyes on.



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* Except that Brachiosaurus, Guanlong and Kentrosaurus were Jurassic dinosaurs, and Guanlong lived in China.

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** Nope, no cubs. But if there's a sixth movie, maybe there'll be cubs. Especially since they were discussing it at the end of the fifth movie.



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* Flotsam and Jetsam are eels, which are fish. Last time I checked, reptiles are unable to evolve into fish.



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** As of the end of the fifth movie, Buck is still alive.



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*** The start of Buck's scenes in the fifth movie clearly shows that the dinosaur world survived the drift.


[[WMG: ''Collision Course'' will be surprisingly DarkerAndEdgier than the other films]]

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[[WMG: ''Collision Course'' will be surprisingly DarkerAndEdgier than the other films]]films]]

[[WMG: Cretaceous and Maelstrom came from the Dinosaur World in the third movie]]
We're told [[AllThereInTheManual in the spin-off book]] that they were frozen "a million years ago". Taking that at face value, and assuming that the Cretaceous mass extinction happened at the same time in the movies' world as it did in ours creates a conundrum. But at the same time we know that there's a LostWorld of dinosaurs and other mesozoic animals still living at the time the movies take place, so it's entirely possible that, instead of being frozen during the dinosaur age (when there weren't even any ice caps to begin with), Maelstrom and Cretaceous somehow escaped from the Dinosaur World and became frozen before thawing out again.

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