‘The Croods: A New Age’ (also known as ‘The Croods 2’) is a sequel to the 2013 original film ‘The Croods,’ directed by Joel Crawford, produced by DreamWorks Animation, and distributed by Universal Pictures. This movie not only sees the return of the world’s first family, Grug (Nicolas Cage), Eep (Emma Stone), and Ugga (Catherine Keener), along with Guy (Ryan Reynolds), but it also introduces us to a brand new family with the Betterman’s, which includes Phil (Peter Dinklage), Hope (Leslie Mann), and Dawn (Kelly Marie Tran), who make the original one question everything that they thought they knew. Curious to know more about ‘The Croods: A New Age’ and where to stream it? We’ve got you covered.

Watch the trailer for The Croods: A New Age on the official movie site. The Croods: A New Age is available now on Digital, 2/23 on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray & DVD. 'The Croods: A New Age' is scheduled to be theatrically released in the United States on November 25, 2020. According to reports, it will be released in UK cinemas on February 5, 2021. 'The Croods: A New Age' is available on Blu-ray, DVD and Amazon Prime Video. I’ll start by saying The Croods (1st movie) is a family favorite. For The Croods 2, the storytelling wasn’t good at all. Out of 6 people watching it (ages 6-75), not a single one of us wanted to finish watching it. It was a big disappointment to say the least. Guy was unlikeable half of the movie. The new age people were WAY too modern acting.

What is The Croods: A New Age About?

‘The Croods: A New Age’ picks up from where the previous one left off – with The Croods leaving their cave with their adoptive pets in search of a new place to call home. While Guy, the wandering orphan and smart dreamer, continues his romance with Eep under the watchful gaze of her paranoid father, the whole crew encounters their biggest threat yet; another family. The Betterman’s, a more evolved and somewhat idyllic family, can’t hide their disdain about the Croods’ uncouth ways. But in a turn of events, which leads to what is nothing short of a rollercoaster ride, both families must put aside their differences to defeat a common enemy and save what they love the most.

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Is The Croods 2 on Netflix?

‘The Croods: A New Age’ premiered in theaters on November 25, 2020, so it is not currently available to stream on Netflix. However, because AMC and Universal struck a deal back in July that shortened the theatrical window for films to just 17 days before it can be available on-demand, and since Netflix has been quick to grab titles, we can expect to see ‘The Croods: A New Age’ on the streaming giant in anywhere between a couple of months to a year.

Is The Croods 2 on Hulu?

‘The Croods: A New Age’ is not on Hulu. If you’re a Hulu subscriber, then a couple of good alternative options would be to watch ‘Antz’ or ‘Abominable.’ They’re both produced by DreamWorks Animation as well and are very engaging.

Is The Croods 2 on Amazon Prime?

‘The Croods: A New Age’ is currently not available to stream on Amazon Prime. But if you are looking to watch an animated movie like it on the platform, you can check out ‘Moana‘ or any of the ‘Ice Age‘ movies.

Where To Watch The Croods: A New Age Online?

‘The Croods: A New Age,’ thanks to the deal that was struck between AMC and Universal, which only extends to Video-on-Demand (VOD) and not any other streaming service, will be available to stream via premium VOD from December 25, 2020.

How To Stream The Croods: A New Age For Free?

Unfortunately, ‘The Croods: A New Age’ cannot be streamed for free at this point since it is not available on any website that offers a free trial. So people who want to watch ‘The Croods: A New Age’ will either have to go to the theaters or wait for it to premiere on Video on Demand.

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This week, it’s all about awards and animation. Wherever you look — VOD charts (“The Croods: A New Age”), Netflix (“Bigfoot Family”), theaters (“Tom & Jerry”), and HBO Max (“Tom & Jerry”), cartoons are king. This weekend, Disney ups the ante with “Raya and the Last Dragon” on Disney+ and in theaters. Meanwhile, “Minari” was strong in its Premium VOD debut and “I Care a Lot” is thriving at Netflix.

No need for industry status to get screeners: Nearly all contenders are available with either platform subscription or VOD rental. Hulu has “Nomadland” and “The United States vs. Billie Holiday,” Amazon Prime owns “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm,” Netflix is the home of “The Trial of the Chicago 7,” “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” and “The Life Ahead,” HBO Max has “Judas and the Black Messiah,” Disney+ has “Soul,” and as of March 2, “The Mauritanian” will be on PVOD March 2.

Showing success both on transactional and revenue charts, “Croods 2,” is seeing a rebound at $5.99 after two months at $19.99. Per rental, the bounty to Universal per rental is much lower ( $4.20 vs. $16); this is the online equivalent of dollar-house bargain runs, which once were lucrative for distributors. There’s more gold in those hills; it tops both Apple TV and Google Play’s per-rental lists and #2 at transaction-based FandangoNow.

Among the PVOD titles, the standout remains “Monster Hunter.” Next best is “Wonder Woman 1984” after its initial HBO Max play. It is #1 at Spectrum (the first week it was available there), #3 at FandangoNow, and fourth at Google.

“Minari” debuted on PVOD after two weeks of availability on A24’s virtual platform, which likely took many of the most-enthusiastic viewers. It was the second- or third-highest PVOD title on its three lists, very impressive for a Korean-language film with limited theater play. Expect upcoming Oscar nominations to push it higher.

No films made all four charts, but others that made three were the recent-to-$5.99 “Greenland” and the post-PVOD “Let Him Go,” which has been charting since Thanksgiving. “Barb & Star Go to Vista del Mar” (Lionsgate) fell off in its second week, but still remains on three.

Joining them is “Wrong Turn.” This reboot for a mostly direct-to-video franchise had a Fathom Events showing in late January, and theater dates the past weekend. Combined revenues so far total $328,000, which elevated awareness for this $5.99 title. It’s a standout showing for the low-budget thriller.

Among other recent releases, none had more than one chart showing. Best among these is “Blithe Spirit,” a new version of the Noel Coward comedy with Judi Dench, Dan Stevens, and Isla Fisher, with #4 at Spectrum.

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“Bigfoot Family,” a Belgian-French animated acquisition for Netflix (it played some foreign theaters earlier) was an immediate #1 at the streamer. It dislodged “I Care a Lot,” which spent a week at the top. It still ranks second, showing more resilience than many of their originals.

Another new original with appeal is “The Girl on the Train,” an Indian-produced, Hindi-language, London-set remake of the 2016 Emily Blunt mystery film. It’s #3 on Netflix.

Note should be made of Robert Rodriguez’s “We Can Be Heroes.” His latest family film has been on the streamer’s top 10 since Christmas. That’s the longest consistent run for any film on the list since we began following it early in the pandemic.

Apple TV

Ranked by number of transactions, with position as of Monday, March 1

1. The Croods: A New Age (Universal) – $5.99

2. Greenland (STX) – $5.99

3. Wrong Turn (Saban) – $5.99

4. Monster Hunter (Sony) – $19.99

5. Minari (A24) – $19.99

6. Silk Road (Lionsgate) – $5.99

7. Tenet (Warner Bros.) – $5.99

8. The Swordsman (Well Go USA) – $3.99

9. Let Him Go (Focus) – $5.99

10. Barb and Star Go to Vista del Mar (Lionsgate) – $19.99


Ranked by revenue accrued not transactions, for February 22-28

1. Monster Hunter (Sony) – $19.99

2. The Croods: A New Age (Universal) – $5.99

3. Wonder Woman 1984 (Warner Bros.) – $19.99

4. Wrong Turn (Saban) – $5.99

5. Greenland (STX) – $5.99

6. Minari (STX) – $19.99


7. Barb and Star Go to Vista del Mar (Lionsgate) – $19.99

8. News of the World (Universal) – $19.99

9. Willy’s Wonderland (Screen Media) – $19.99

10. Pinocchio (Roadside Attractions) – $12.99

Google Play

Ranked by number of transactions, with the daily position as of Monday, March 1

1. The Croods: The New Age (Universal) – $5.99

2. Greenland (STX) – $5.99

3. Monster Hunter (Sony) – $19.99

4. Tenet (Warner Bros.) – $5.99

5. Wonder Woman 1984 (Warner Bros.) – $19.99

6. Wrong Turn (Saban) – $5.99

7. Freaky (Universal) – $5.99

8. Minari (A24) – $19.99

9. Let Him Go (Focus) – $5.99

10. Honest Thief (Briarcliff) – $5.99


Ranked by transactions between February 19-25, all priced $6.99 except where noted

1. Wonder Woman 1984 (Warner Bros.) – $19.99

2. Let Him Go (Focus)

3. Barb & Star Go to Vista de Mar (Lionsgate) – $19.99

4. Blithe Spirit (IFC)

5. News of the World (Universal) – $19.99

6. Freaky (Universal)

7. Supernova (Bleecker Street)

8. Honest Thief (Open Road)

9. Fear of Rain (Lionsgate)

10. The War With Grandpa (101)

Netflix Movies

Most-viewed, current ranking as of Monday, March 1; originals include both Netflix-produced and -acquired titles

1. Bigfoot Family (2021 Netflix animated original)

2. I Care a Lot (2021 Netflix original)

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3. The Girl on the Train (2021 Indian Netflix original)

4. The Conjuring 2 (2016 theatrical release)

5. The Secret Life of Pets 2 (2019 theatrical release)

6. The Conjuring (2013 theatrical release)

7. War Dogs (2016 theatrical release)

8. We Can Be Heroes (2020 Netflix original)

9. The Croods (2013 theatrical release)

10. To All the Boys: Always and Forever (2021 Netflix original)

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