‘The Good Dinosaur’ To Have Double Special Effects To Make It More Real; Peter Sohn’s Team Travels Montana, Juntura
Usually, we know the production process of most of the pixar movies (like the upcoming “The Good Dinosaur”) as a lengthy process and the average time the movie takes to be finally prepared is almost half a decade. For instance, the pixar movies like “Inside Out” consumed the production time for around four-and-half-years. The extra time consuming is very reasonable as the process of making a pixar movie is itself complicated and far beyond the common research, workshopping, script writing and rendering 3D animation and visual effects.
The production process of “The Good Dinosaur” is going to use special effects in excess than any Pixar movie has ever done before. According to Screen Crush, the movie during the initial days had just 21 months to be finally out of its production process, hit the big screen, and mark the record of Pixar’s biggest movie ever made.
A trailer released on October 6 gives a small hint of “The Good Dinosaur’s” story. The viewers will see Arlo getting detached from his family anyhow and starts a new adventure with a human boy named Spot. This human boy is seen mainly behaving like a dog. Arlo’s friendship with Spot goes intense who helps him to understand his own potential and feel that he is capable to do much more than he had ever thought.
“The area has a fantastic variety of landscapes, ranging from the Jackson Valley and the Tetons to the amazing geysers and waterfalls in Yellowstone. We studied the grasslands of Montana and the Red Desert, then incorporated all of it in Arlo’s journey,” Harley Jessup, the production designer said, as reported by Tech Crunch.
When you see the trailer, the powerful river that sweeps away Arlo to the top of a mountain, lot of natural elements of “The Good Dinosaur” looks perfectly real and more of an animation and photograph. The outlet even revealed that with an aim to bring in more realism effect, the Pixar team had spent days in the landscapes in American Northwest. Peter Sohn, the director and his team members traveled Jackson Hole, Wyoming, southern Montana and Juntura.
“The Good Dinosaur” is scheduled to be released on Nov. 25, 2015.
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