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$ 41 million for the animation movie The Croods: A New Age, two weeks after its release

The Animation Movie The Croods: A New Age continues to achieve good revenues, after its release on November 25, in various theaters around the world, and business revenues reached 41 million and 90 thousand US dollars around the world, and revenues were divided between 20 million and 400 thousand dollars in the states The United States of America and 20 million and 690 thousand dollars around the world, despite the closure of most of the theaters around the world due to the spread of the Corona virus.

While most Hollywood companies have started shifting release dates to 2021, Dreamworks has done the opposite and decided to release the new movie in the Croods franchise on November 25.

It’s the movie that re-introduces the prehistoric Croods family as they search for the perfect home, and quickly discover an idyllic paradise that fulfills all of their needs, except for one problem: a family called Bettermans actually lives there.

The movie revolves around where it wasn’t long before the Bettermans welcomed the Croods and introduced them to their modern life. However, soon tensions will arise and when everything seems lost, a new threat emerges that will push both families on an adventure that will force them to embrace their differences, draw strength from each other and forge A future together.

While the first part, which was released in 2013, focused on the importance of family, but this part focuses on unity, director Joel Crawford said: “This movie may be a crazy and epic comedic adventure, but in essence, it revolves around two completely different families who discover that their future is brighter together. “.

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