In the newest addition to the “chillogy” of five films (just go with it), Ice Age: Collision Course finds Manny (Ray Romano), Sid (John Leguizamo), Diego (Denis Leary) and the gang of various prehistoric creatures, all running from an apocalyptic chain of asteroids bringing the end of the Ice Age with it.
In the film’s newest, extended TV spot, rambunctious squirrel Scrat is yet again the cause of much of the movie’s plot, as his quest for the perfect acorn leads him into a crashed UFO. Once he tries to leave the planet and jet off into space, he bumps into a series of comets and accidentally sets off a chain of earth-shattering events that could spell doom for Manny and his friends.
New cast members of the series include Nick Offerman, Adam DeVine, Max Greenfield, Melissa Rauch, and – hilariously – scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Prior to Collision Course, there have been four Ice Age movies since the original’s debut in 2002. As Coming Soon reports, the previous iterations have grossed $729.6 million in the US and over $2.8 billion worldwide. Of course, that’s most likely why the series is still going strong 14 years later.
Check out the new TV spot for Ice Age: Collision Course above and let us know if you’re excited for this one by commenting below.