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- “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild” is now streaming exclusively on Disney Plus.
- The film features new and returning “Ice Age” characters, including Simon Pegg as the voice of Buck.
- Disney Plus subscriptions start at $8 a month or $80 a year.
A new “Ice Age” spin-off, titled “The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild,” is now available to watch exclusively on Disney Plus. The animated adventure is an original
movie, so it made its debut at home rather than premiere in theaters first. All Disney Plus subscribers can watch without paying any extra fees.
The family-friendly film follows possum brothers Crash and Eddie as they find themselves trapped inside a dinosaur cave. After being rescued by their friend, the one-eyed weasel Buck, the brothers embark on a new mission to save the Lost World and make new friends along the way. The cast includes voiceover work by Simon Pegg, Utkarsh Ambudkar, Justina Machado, Vincent Tong, and Aaron Harris.
“Adventures of Bulk Wild” is the first “Ice Age” movie to be released following Disney’s acquisition of 20th Century Fox in 2019. The sixth entry in the franchise follows “Ice Age,” “Ice Age: The Meltdown,” “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs,” “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” and “Ice Age: Collision Course.”
How to watch ‘The Ice Age Adventures of Buck Wild’
and ESPN+ starting at $14 a month.
The Disney Plus app supports up to
streaming with Dolby Vision and HDR10 formats on compatible gear. You can access Disney Plus on Apple and Android devices, Playstation, Xbox, Roku, Fire TV, and most smart TVs.
How to watch other ‘Ice Age’ movies
The streaming service has all five previous feature films:
- “Ice Age”
- “Ice Age: The Meltdown”
- “Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs”
- “Ice Age: Continental Drift”
- “Ice Age: Collision Course”
Additionally, you can also watch two “Ice Age” holiday specials: “A Mammoth Christmas” and “The Great Egg-scapade.”
Is Disney Plus a good streaming option for parents and kids?
The “Ice Age” franchise is part of a larger library of family-friendly movies and shows that make up the bulk of the Disney Plus catalog. This includes pretty much every animated movie Disney has every made.
The big selection helps make the platform our top streaming service pick for kids, but it’s lacking when it comes to more mature content for older viewers, like R-rated movies. You can read more about Disney Plus’ family-friendly features and content in our full review from a parent’s perspective.
Streaming Editorial Fellow
Angela Tricarico is a Streaming Editorial Fellow for the Insider Reviews team, where she covers the latest in streaming services. In addition to her arts and entertainment reporting at the University of New Haven and for The Ensemblist, she has a background in theater and loves to tell people what it means to be a dramaturg. When she’s not writing, you might find her reading comics or a book club pick, cooking, baking, or trying to catch up on the last ten years of television.