Story details for Pixar’s 2014 picture, The Good Dinosaur, have been kept pretty tightly under wraps – just as you’d expect. Still, while directors Bob Peterson and Peter Sohn are being rather protective of the story’s plot points, they’re proving to be a little more forthcoming with information of what the film will actually be about.
The LA Times report that the filmmakers:
are toying with the idea of what dinosaurs represent today – something anachronistic or resistant to change.
At the same time, Peterson and Sohn wouldn’t confirm that the film was set in a parallel world wherein the dinosaurs didn’t die out but now live alongside humans, though it most definitely is.
Between now and The Good Dinosaur, Pixar have Brave and Monsters University set for release, following afterwards will be Pete Docter’s next picture and Lee Unkrich’s Day of the Dead story. Good times.
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