‘The Good Dinosaur’ 3D Movie: New Trailer Released!

By Meghna Subhedhar | 2 years ago
‘The Good Dinosaur’ 3D Movie: New Trailer Released!
The Good Dinosaur

Disney and Pixar have collaborated to release another cutesy kiddie movie. The new movie, “The Good Dinosaur” will be released in 3D, Stereoscopic, and Real D formats in November.

“The Good Dinosaur” tells the story of a dinosaur befriending a human boy. It takes place in a parallel universe where the asteroid never hit the earth and the dinosaurs never became extinct. The protagonist of the story is a young apatosaurus, who loses his dad in a tragic accident. The dinosaur’s name is Arlo. Arlo gets hit on the head and falls into a river and finds himself in a strange place. When he goes looking for the familiar Clawed Tooth Mountains, he meets a human boy named Spot, who helps him make the journey.

The film will belong to the comedy adventure genre like the Pixar’s hugely popular Ice Age series. It is the first year when Pixar is going to release two films in a single year. Their last one, “Inside Out” was a huge blockbuster, and by the looks of the trailer, this one is set to be a scorcher too!

The film will star the voice talents of Raymond Ochoa and Jack Bright. It was slated to be written and directed by Bob Peterson and Peter Sohn, but Peterson was removed from the film and Sohn took over as a director of the film. The film is rumored to have been dismantled and completely reimagined after Peterson walked out and even the theme of the story has been given a face lift. It is being said that the closing of Pixar’s headquarters in Canada had something to do with it, but you didn’t hear it from us.

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The news has been sourced from Stereoscopy news. Significant details were also pulled out from Wikipedia and Imdb sites.

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