Prehistoric Adventure With The Croods Coming in 2013

Brace yourselves! The Croods are coming to a cinema near you in 2013. The film will feature the world’s very first prehistoric family who goes on a road trip to an uncharted and fantastical world.

The Croods will feature the voice talents of  Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener, Emma Stone, Clark Duke and Cloris Leachman. The movie is written and directed by Chris Sanders (who has actually acted in a few video games) and Kirk DeMicco (who also wrote the story for Racing Stripes). The Croods is produced by Dreamworks Animation Studios.

Grug (voiced by Nicholas Cage) gets a rude awakening when an earthquake forces him to leave behind the only world he knows. He goes on a journey in a volatile world with his family, in search of a new home. His daughter (voiced by Emma Stone) falls for a nomad (voiced by Ryan Reynolds) and complicates things on their dangerous journey.

On March 22, 2013 The Croods will premiere in the Unites States. No release date has been announced for South Africa yet. Dreamworks have gained a reputation for bringing out some good animated films like ShrekMadagascarKung Fu Panda, and How to Train Your Dragon. Judging by the trailer for the film below, they’re continuing this trend with The Croods

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