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Will Ferrell's "Land of the Lost" Poster

Posted: December 22nd, 2008 by WorstPreviews.com Staff
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The official poster for the upcoming "Land of the Lost" remake has been released, featuring a shot of Will Ferrell paddling away from a T-Rex. The tagline states: "Right place. Wrong time."

The plot involves three adults (not a dad and two kids as on TV) accidentally thrust into a realm ruled by dinosaurs, monkey-men called Pakuni and the murderous Sleestak.

"Land of the Lost" is planning to make an appearance at the upcoming Comic-Con, where director Brad Silberling and the cast will debut the teaser trailer. The film is scheduled to hit theaters on June 5th, 2009.

Click here to read more about "Land of the Lost."

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WV-Films writes:
on December 22nd, 2008 at 11:56:25 PM

It's interesting that the T-rex in this poster looks like the one in Jurassic Park, and the T-rex in King Kong looks like the one in Jurassic Park. Anyone notice a trend here? Well they're all Universal movies. Universal seems to be pushing their representation of the T-rex as an actual portrayal of what this dinosaur may have looked like. (Which I sort of have moral problems with) Either that, or they're just hoping it becomes iconic hallmark and helps sell tickets.
minkowski writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 1:10:00 AM

No, they are reusing digital models. They don't see the need to reinvent the wheel with every movie that features a dinosaur, especially not for some sh*tty Ferrell film.
minkowski writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 1:52:17 AM

And who the f*ck has 'moral' issues with one company's depiction of a dinosaur, a specific dinosaur?! LOL. That takes the cake for the most inane comment EVER. Moral? Even if take your comment seriously, who exactly knows precisely how dinosaurs looked? No one. And just how the hell does morality fit into a topic regarding dinosaur depictions in works of FICTION? Quick someone sue Frazetta and Vallejo for 'pushing' their 'erroneous' depictions of dinosaurs and pteranodon!
WV-Films writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 5:47:41 AM

Are you sure they're reusing the digital model? With everything rapidly advancing the way it does, I seriously doubt that they would reuse the same wire mesh objects that they used in the 90's, or early 2000's. Also last I checked Frazetta and Vallejo's work doesn't gather the mass reception that 6 big budget movies get. I think people should have a problem with a movie studio embedding into the minds of kids specific aesthetic features of a dinosaur that nobody can prove. Imagine if Dreamworks made 3 movies 15 years apart with Jesus as a character and cast Will Smith in the role each time. Is Jesus black? I don't know, but it's not my place to say so either. I just think that when major companies start putting their stamp on cultural icons, and then start reinforcing that image-it raise some questions.
minkowski writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 6:15:52 AM

Whatever. The polygon model used in Jurassic Park was very dense. Sure, it isn't nearly as dense as a megapoly Zbrush model, but if it worked for JP, I think it will hold for Land of the Lost. Regardless, perhaps they just want to stick with what works. Perhaps, because audiences identify with the dinos of JP, Universal wants to maintain cohesion with a popular image. Now look, you're way off track here. Jesus was a Jew, a semite. If Dreamworks portrayed Jesus as black, that's their damned business. Any fool can read the Gospels for a rendition of Jesus' appearance. There's plenty of black Jesus figures anyway. That hasn't made anyone who doesn't believe Jesus was black suddenly believe differently. And Universal's rendition of a t-rex is hardly so inaccurate a depiction as you think! The difference between an African Jesus and the semite Messiah is a far larger gulf than between Universals interpretation and empiricism and scientific reconstruction. You're killing me! Like anyone knows what color a dino was, much less the EXACT appearance of tyranno. Are you going to complain that Transformers makes kids believe real robots transform into cars and planes and fight battles on the planet Cybertron? Do Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles force children into thinking turtles wear ninja gear and live with a large talking rodent? Is Barney just too much for you? I mean, a PURPLE TALKING dinosaur! OMFG! What will the poor kiddies think? That dinos once wore draq queen colored fur and sang insipid mash songs to humans? The thing is, kids have had a fascination for dinos for decades, and yet, for just as long, gross inaccuracies have existed. Somehow, the kids survived. They graduated school, college. Some still probably enjoy dinosaur history and anatomy. And a dinosaur isn't a 'cultural icon'. Are you serious??? A dinosaur is an extinct set of beasts, a series of paleontological discussions, a menagerie of creatures to exploit for the imagination. No one owns a damned dinosaur, no one holds a copyright on what a f*cking dino looks like! What you're advocating is creative fascism. Do you understand? And no one can DISPROVE what a dino looked like exactly. Maybe they looked a lot like Universal's rendition! Maybe they didn't. Do you suggest that the government regulate any and all popular appearances of dinosaurs? Or can no one do so until we have concrete dino 'aesthetic features'? Furthermore, aesthetics has nothing to do with scientific depictions of dinosaurs. get that? Only stylistic dinos would fall under an aesthetical discussion. To wit: Aesthetics studies new ways of seeing and of perceiving the world. So you're killing me with this nonsense.
WV-Films writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 6:36:26 AM

The fact that you decided to even argue the Jesus parallel, and then went on to write a dissertation to argue with someone online (when you're clearly not in the business) states to me that you're just sort of an idiot.
minkowski writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 6:43:02 AM

And we're talking about a POSTER, not the actual movie. Have you seen the film? And if I'm an 'idiot' for arguing against your silly Jesus analogy, what the hell does that make you for first making the comparison? A stooge?
WV-Films writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 6:48:38 AM

sure.
minkowski writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 6:48:40 AM

I apologize. Your nick is wv-films, so that means what? West Virginia? You're feeling bad someone trounced your silly remarks, so you appeal to your own vain but vacuous authority? What films in the 'biz' have you made, or even participated in? Indie flicks featuring FruityLooped soundtracks and spraypainted green screen scenes? Let me guess, you're a film artiste, right, while staing publically assinine moral remarks about Universal's dino depictions? You're what we, the moderately intelligent masses, like to call a certified f*cking idiot. just shut the hell up, please.
WV-Films writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 6:52:57 AM

Good job.
wesquinn writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 7:10:45 AM

Yeah. The t-rex is so gay
Forrest75 writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 4:02:03 PM

I like turtles.
minkowski writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 4:36:52 PM

Ahhh, WV-Films wants the last word. Loser. lol.
Pepeman writes:
on December 23rd, 2008 at 7:35:17 PM

Btw, that T-rex looks NOTHING like the one in King Kong: http://www.desktopextreme.com/photos/King_Kong_71200534811PM380.jpg
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