We all know that the sudden strike of asteroid totally exterminated the dinosaurs millions of years ago. But have you ever thought that if the asteroid missed to touch the Earth’s soil, what would have happened or how things would have been? Everything would have been very different from what it is today. That’s what an attempt to show with full prediction by the director of much-awaited movie “The Good Dinosaur.” Stay here to feel about this imaginary concept and we are sure you will enjoy at a superior level when “The Good Dinosaur” will hit the big screen.
Just over a month is left for the release of “The Good Dinosaur” and we must admit that it’s not only the children or school-goers are actually waiting for its release, the concept generates a huge curiosity in the minds of matured people across the globe. According to HollywoodLife.com, the trailer of “The Good Dinosaur” starts showing the asteroids in the natural movement in the solar system followed by a sudden push from behind and derailment of one asteroid coming towards the Earth.
Just opposite to the common story, consider that the derailed asteroid passes right to the sky and the dinosaurs stared grazing on the green field. The upcoming Pete Sohn-directed movie shows the dinosaurs speaking for the first time and introduces the fans to a young Apatosaurus named Arlo (voiced by 13-year old Raymond Ochoa). The trailer shows how he gets detached from his father Poppa (voiced by Jeffrey Wright) and commences a new journey to get back to his native place. When Arlo starts searching his way, he confronts a human boy named Spot (Jack Bright). Then the movie shows how their combined effort deals with the new challenges.
IMDB publishes the summary of The Good Dinosaur” as follows:
After a traumatic event unsettles a lively Apatosaurus named Arlo, he sets out on a remarkable journey, gaining an unlikely companion along the way – a human boy.
“The Good Dinosaur” acquired high praise when it was premiered in Canada FlmFestival during the mid-2015. The movie is slated to hit the big screen on Nov. 25, 2015.
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