What if… the Dinosaurs Never Died Out?


Here’s a snippet of news spotted by Michael Carroll:

Disney has announced a couple of new Pixar movies, one of which is an untitled movie about dinosaurs to be directed by Finding Nemo screenwriter Bob Peterson. The film is due for 2013 release.

Why do we care about this? Because Reuters and other sources have reported that Disney have Tweeted about the film saying: “What if that life-changing asteroid missed Earth? Director Bob Peterson’s hilarious tale depicts a world where dinosaurs never went extinct.”

Sound familiar? If it wasn’t for the ‘hilarious’ part, we’d swear they were talking about West of Eden…


4 Responses to “What if… the Dinosaurs Never Died Out?”

  1. Burin Bache Says:

    Yeah, sounds alot like Harry’s Eden-trilogy, but I am afraid that story will be far to complex and intelligent for Hollywood. They’ll rather make it a kid’s movie or just action-based than really making West of Eden. But would be great if they’d do so of course…hope Harry will get option money for it too no matter what. 😉

  2. Anonymous Says:

    West of Eden. The best sci-fi trilogy ever!

  3. Chris Says:

    Wow! What a rip-off! I Just started reading “To The Stars” Triology which got me thinking how orginal, well paced, and ahead of his time Harry’s books are. I’m going to add the “Eden” series to my list, sounds like a good read.

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