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Ice Age Promo: Scrat Tales Reveals Exciting Adventures of Scrat with His Children

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Following the stellar debuts of Walt Disney Pictures and 20th Century Animation films, The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild in Disney+the streamer has now officially announced the next Ice Age project in the form of a new animated series entitled Ice Age: Scrat Tales. The series will consist of six new animated short films starring the fan-favorite saber-toothed squirrel from Ice Age franchise who will go on an adventure with his naughty son Baby Scrat. The series will be available to stream on Disney+ starting April 13, 2022.

The announcement was also accompanied by the release of a poster and some promo photos for the series, teasing the adorable father-daughter bond between Scrat and Baby Scrat.

The poster for the new series shows Scrat in the classic Lion King pose as he holds his favorite acron seed on a cliff with Baby Scrat holding the seed. The poster also includes the tagline “the nut doesn’t fall far from the tree”, teasing Scrat might be in trouble with a kid who is just as crazy about acorns as he is. Ice Age: Scrat Tales will essentially see Scrat through the ups and downs of parenthood as he raises the adorable Baby Scrat.

The cute and adorable character Scrat has appeared in the first five films in the Ice age franchise as well as several short films, usually he is seen trying to get his hands on his beloved Acorn but he always fails in a funny way. Chris Wedges will return to voice the character, having voiced in everything from films, video games, and even the character’s cameo in an episode. The Simpsons. While Baby Scrat will be voiced by Karl Wahlgren.

While the official synopsis is:

This is a new series of six animated short films starring Scrat, the poor saber-toothed squirrel from the “Ice age” adventure, who goes through the ups and downs of fatherhood, as he and the adorable and mischievous Baby Scrat, also bond with each other and struggle to survive. possession of a very precious Acorn.”

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