BBC Films and 20th Century Fox have joined forces to produce a big-screen adaptation a six-part TV mini-series titled Walking with Dinosaurs
that will get a theatrical release on December 20th, 2013.
The second trailer for the hybrid CGI/live-photography documentary puts us into the mind of the lead character, a young Psittacosaurus traveling with his family to find a new home.
Helmed by Barry Cook
and BBC Earth creative director Neil Nightingale
from a script by John Collee
and Theodore Thomas,
a 3D film promises to let viewers truly see and feel what it was like when dinosaurs ruled the Earth.
Never Let Me Go actor Charlie Rowe
and Australian actress Angourie Rice
will be serving as the voice actors, with Rowe voicing the main dinosaur.
Check out the trailer that opens with the little cute creature giving an introduction to his group as well as his nuclear family.
Walking with Dinosaurs 3D
is well suited for parents with kids who are going through their dino-mania phase.