Cosmic Scrat-tastrophe, the new Ice Age franchise short in front of The Peanuts Movie, is sharp, funny, and well-animated. So far, so good. But then there’s the credits.
Rather than credit the artists who actually made the film, Fox and Blue Sky decided that they’d include a single title card letting audiences know that the producers were pleased with everybody’s work. It reads: “The Producers wish to thank the many talented artists at Blue Sky Studios for making this film possible.”
It’s not the first time Blue Sky has done this. Scrat’s Continental Crack-up, parts one and two, also has the same non-credit for the studio’s artists.