The Croods: A New Age to release in Indian on September 10

The wait is over kids, The Croods: A New Age is finally going to release in Indian theaters on September 10

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Croods will now be seen on the big screen in India with their prodigious adventures to take its audience on a fun rollercoaster prehistoric journey. Featuring a preeminent and noteworthy voice cast, The Croods: A New Age, the second edition of The Croods, will hit the cinemas on 10 September 2021.

The main characters in The Croods: A New Age set off into the unknown in pursuit of tomorrow. The cave family chooses a plot of land with their friend Guy and discovers that it is owned by Phil and Hope Betterman. As seen in the trailer, the movie follows the ever-evolving story of “The Croods”. The Bettermans learn to live around each other on the most beautiful farm for a safer spot to live in a new utopia. Furthermore, it creates rivals in their new neighbours – the Bettermans, who are far more evolutionarily advanced with their hippie atmosphere and opulent living.

The main cast returns for The Croods: A New Age, comprise several notable names from mainstream cinema. It is directed by Joel Crawford with Nicolas Cage, Emma Stone, Ryan Reynolds, Catherine Keener reprising their roles from the previous edition. In supporting roles, the Game of Thrones star, Peter Dinklage, joins the cast, along with a Star Wars veteran, Kelly Marie Tran, one of America’s most endearing actresses.

The release of The Croods: A New Age, with its rib-tickling blunder and plot, is one of the most amusing and entertaining movies for everyone. People of all ages are looking forward to seeing their amazing experiences on the big screen.

The film is available in both English and Hindi. On November 25, 2020, The Croods: A New Age was released in theatres across the United States. It made more than $215 million worldwide on a $65 million budget, and critics praised the cast and called it “a decent-enough follow-up.” The film received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Animated Feature Film.

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