Ice Age’s Scrat Finally Gets to Eat the Acorn, as Shuttered Studio Blue Sky Bids Farewell to Franchi

Author : desertsafari
Publish Date : 2022-04-14


Ice Age’s Scrat Finally Gets to Eat the Acorn, as Shuttered Studio Blue Sky Bids Farewell to Franchi

The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.

The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube that features Scrat finally eating what he's been chasing forever. Yep, it actually happened. “In the final days of Blue Sky Studios, a small team of artists came together to do one final shot. This shot is a farewell, a send-off on our own terms,” the Connecticut, US-based animation film studio wrote in the description of an unlisted YouTube video titled “The End”. In it, Scrat jumps onto the screen in the background, sniffing for the Acorn. Spotting it in the foreground, the squirrel leaps towards it, grabs it, fondly strokes it, and then lifts it over his head like he's won a major trophy. Then, looking around himself, Scrat does what he's never done before. He bites into the Acorn with the full force of his saber teeth — he glances up momentarily to see if anyone's watching him — and then proceeds to munch through the rest of the Acorn.The Ice Age franchise expanded this week — on Disney+ and Disney+ Hotstar — with the shorts series Ice Age: Scrat Tales, but it's the swansong for its creator and animation outfit Blue Sky Studios. Less than two years under its new owner Disney as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox, Blue Sky was shuttered last April with Disney citing effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. With Ice Age: Scrat Tales, Blue Sky delivers its final piece in the Ice Age mythology: a series of six shorts starring hapless saber-toothed squirrel Scrat and his adorable, mischievous Baby Scrat as they battle for the Acorn. Speaking of the Acorn, Blue Sky has unveiled a (possibly non-canonical) video on YouTube tha



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