Walking With Dinosaurs, the upcoming 3D family adventure film starring John Leguizamo, Justin Long, Tiya Sircar and Skyler Stone, aims to be the ultimate, immersive dinosaur experience.
The movie is directed by Barry Cook (Mulan) and Neil Nightingale (BBC Earth) and uses voice overs in an effort to keep the film as realistic as possible, and to avoid anthropomorphising the terrible lizards too much.
The story follows Patchi, a Pachyrhinosaurus from the Late Cretaceous period, from eggshell to grown-up, as narrated by Alex, an Alexornis bird. It’s a classic story of the underdog, spiced up by the antics of his friends, Scowler and Juniper, and threatened by his enemy, Gorgon the Gorgosaurus.
I, along with a ton of local 2nd Graders, had the chance to play around in the Los Angeles Natural History Museum, as we learned about the film, dinosaurs and what John Leguizamo’s singing voice is like.
So bring the family and check out Walking With Dinosaurs: The Movie, in theaters December 20th!