L'Âge de glace : Les Lois de l'Univers ou L'ère de glace : Les lois de l'univers au Québec (Ice Age: Collision Course) est un film d'animation américain réalisé par Mike Thurmeier et Galen Tan Chu, sorti en 2016.
C'est le cinquième opus de la saga L'Âge de glace.
Scrat va dans l'espace et provoque la collision entre deux planètes, ce qui crée un astéroïde filant droit vers la Terre. Manny, Sid, Diego et le reste de la bande vont devoir fuir leur chez-soi. Buck, la belette de L'Âge de glace 3, est de retour. Nos héros vont voyager vers des terres exotiques et rencontreront une ribambelle de personnages hauts en couleurs, tels que le spirituel Shangri Lama.
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