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Emma Stone and Nicolas Cage Are Prehistoric Cavemen in First 'The Croods' Trailer

October 4, 2012 (1:29 am) GMT
The two actors play father-daughter duo, who embarks on a big adventure after they discover a new world which is presented in gorgeous visuals and vividly-colored landscapes.
Emma Stone and Nicolas Cage Are Prehistoric Cavemen in First 'The Croods' Trailer

and are transformed into animated cavemen in the first trailer for "". In it, Stone voices Eep, the rebellious daughter of Cage's overprotective father character Grug. Along with the other members of the family, Eep and Grug discover a new world after they become homeless. Plenty of vividly-colored creatures and landscapes are displayed in the video, which highlights adventurous scenes of the prehistoric family.

In the film, Grug stands against a forward-thinking outsider Guy [voiced by ], who apparently hasn't appeared in this first trailer. Grug cautiously leads his family beyond his comfort zone after an earthquake destroys their cave. While attempting to navigate the dangerous and unfamiliar world, Grug butts heads with the outsider, who charms Grug's clan - especially his eldest daughter - with his modern-minded ways.

Aside from Stone, Cage and Reynolds, "The Croods" has , and Cloris Leachman lining up in the voice cast ensemble. Chris Sanders and Kirk De Micco team up to direct and write the animated movie, which is slated for a March 22, 2013 release across the United States.



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