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Following on from the arrival of the first trailer and news of the revamped voice cast, Disney-Pixar has debuted an international poster for its upcoming animated adventure The Good Dinosaur, which we have for you here…
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The Good Dinosaur” asks the question: What if the asteroid that forever changed life on Earth missed the planet completely and giant dinosaurs never became extinct? Pixar Animation Studios takes you on an epic journey into the world of dinosaurs where an Apatosaurus named Arlo makes an unlikely human friend. While traveling through a harsh and mysterious landscape, Arlo learns the power of confronting his fears and discovers what he is truly capable of.
- Gary Collinson
Spoilers: This article contains spoilers some viewers may wish to avoid.
Pixar fans are in for a treat this year with not one but two offerings from the Disney-owned animation studio. Following on from this summer's Inside Out, November will see the release of The Good Dinosaur.
After some early behind-the-scenes creative turbulence (original director Bob Petersen was replaced by Peter Sohn), the film has now reconfigured with a fresh voice cast and a pre-Christmas premiere date aligned with the one that launched Frozen to big things in 2013.
The Good Dinosaur asks an intriguing what if. Imagine what would have happened to the world had the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs missed Earth. The prehistoric creatures survive and evolve to talk and become more human-like, while man falls down the natural order to sit beneath dinosaurs.
After getting stranded from his family, Arlo (Raymond Ochoa) meets a young orphan »
Looks like it isn’t just the creative and story side that have seen a change for Pixar’s late 2015 release, The Good Dinosaur. Deadline reports that the voice cast has also been overhauled, with Anna Paquin, Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, Raymond Ochoa, Jack Bright, A.J. Buckley, Sam Elliott and Marcus Scribner all now aboard.Originally targeting a summer 2014 release, the film – which was to have featured John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Lucas Neff, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris and Judy Greer – was pulled from the schedule for some serious re-tooling and moved to November this year. Original co-director Pete Sohn moved into the top spot, replacing Bob Peterson and the story has been shifted. Some of the elements will remain the same, in that the basic story finds an Apatosaurus named Arlo (Ochoa) separated from his family, who comes across a human cave-boy orphan he named Spot (Bright). Wright is »
However, Raymond Ochoa will now play the role of protagonist Arlo, an Apatosaurus who is separated from his family, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Director Peter Sohn said: "We were lucky to work with a number of incredible pros along the way, and our story ultimately led us to this amazing and talented group.
"We're all taking this journey with Arlo, »
Back in 2013 it was announced that director Bob Peterson (Up) had been removed from Disney-Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur, and now following the release of the first trailer, it seems that the original voice cast for the prehistoric animated adventure has also been replaced.
The film was originally set to feature the likes of Lucas Neff, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, John Lithgow and Frances McDormand. However Pixar has now unveiled an almost entirely new cast, which includes Raymond Ochoa (The Night Shift) as the main character Arlo, Jeffrey Wright (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay) as Arlo’s father Poppa, Marcus Scribner (Black-ish) as Arlo’s brother Buck, Steve Zahn (Ridiculous Six) as pterodactyl Thunderclap, and A.J. Buckley (Justified), Anna Paquin (True Blood) and Sam Elliott (Justified) as T-Rex Nash, Ramsey and Butch. Frances McDormand has survived the cull, and remains the voice of Momma, Arlo’s mother.
- Gary Collinson
There will be an interesting book about the inter-workings of Pixar one day and the chapter on The Good Dinosaur will be especially intriguing.
While we knew that the production was delayed as the company switched directors, it seems like some of the cast would move on from the project as well. The original cast included Neil Patrick Harris, John Lithgow, Judy Greer, and Frances McDormand but according to a new report, McDormand is the only name there returning.
Instead of that list, the second Pixar film of the year (which just released its first teaser) will feature Raymond Ochoa as Arlo, Jeffrey Wright (instead of Lithgow) as Arlo’s father, Steve Zahn as Thunderclap, Aj Buckley as Nash, Anna Paquin as Ramsey, Sam Elliot as Butch, Frances McDormand as Arlo’s mother, Marcus Scribner as Buck, and Jack Bright as Spot.
The characters that Harris and Greer would’ve »
- Zach Dennis
Last week brought us the first official trailer for Pixar's next film (following Inside/Out), The Good Dinosaur, and today Disney has revealed the film's voice cast, including Raymond Ochoa, Anna Paquin and many more. Come inside to check out the list!
When The Good Dinosaur was delayed by a year and a half (remember, this was supposed to hit in 2014 originally), lots of speculation abounded about whether or not the voice cast of the film would remain involved. Today brings the answer, as Disney/Pixar have revealed an all new cast for the upcoming film. Check it out.
Disney•Pixar’s upcoming movie “The Good Dinosaur” revealed its roster of voice talent today. “We were lucky to work with a number of incredible pros along the way and our story ultimately led us to this amazing and talented group,” said the first-time-feature-film director Peter Sohn. “We’re all taking this journey with Arlo, »
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In a major shakeup, Pixar has replaced almost the entire voice cast of its upcoming animated feature The Good Dinosaur, a project that – not uncommonly for the studio – has gone through much revamping and reconceptualization since it was hatched by Up co-director Bob Peterson (since removed from this film).
Originally, Lucas Neff, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, John Lithgow and Frances McDormand were all set to voice characters in the pic, which takes place in a world where dinosaurs never went exist and follows the friendship between a dino and his pet human boy. Though that broad concept has been in place since the project’s outset, it has reportedly been reimagined extensively.
Now, the new voice cast includes Raymond Ochoa as an Apatosaurus named Arlo; Jeffrey Wright as Arlo’s father Poppa; Steve Zahn as pterodactyl Thunderclap; Aj Buckley as T-Rex Nash; Anna Paquin as T-Rex Ramsey »
- Isaac Feldberg
Disney•Pixar’s upcoming movie The Good Dinosaur revealed its roster of voice talent today.
“We were lucky to work with a number of incredible pros along the way and our story ultimately led us to this amazing and talented group,” said the first-time-feature-film director Peter Sohn. “We’re all taking this journey with Arlo, and it’s been a privilege to see these performers bring our characters to life.”
Raymond Ochoa (NBC’s “The Night Shift,” TNT’s “Rizzoli & Isles,” “Disney’s A Christmas Carol”) provides the voice of an Apatosaurus named Arlo. Jeffrey Wright (“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” – parts I & II, HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire”) was tapped as the voice of Poppa, Arlo’s father. Steve Zahn (“Captain Fantastic,” “Ridiculous Six,” “Rescue Dawn,” “Mad Dogs”) provides the voice of a pterodactyl named Thunderclap. Aj Buckley (TNT’s “Murder in the First,” FX’s “Justified”) voices a T-Rex called Nash. »
- Michelle McCue
Until today, it appears the voice cast for Pixar's The Good Dinosaur has undergone some dramatic changes. The film has been through some ups and downs since 2013 when the original cast was announced and Bob Petersen was aboard to direct with Judy Greer, John Lithgow, Frances McDormand, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris and Lucas Neff providing the voice cast and Neff voicing the lead Apatosaurus Arlo. Well, it would appear McDormand is the only one left from that group as the official cast was just announced. It will, in fact, be Raymond Ochoa (NBC's "The Night Shift") providing the voice of the Apatosaurus Arlo along with Jeffrey Wright (The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2) voicing Arlo's father, Poppa, and McDormand voicing his mother, Momma. Steve Zahn (Ridiculous Six) provides the voice of a pterodactyl named Thunderclap, Aj Buckley (TNT's "Murder in the First") voices a T-Rex called Nash, Anna Paquin »
- Brad Brevet
Disney•Pixar’s upcoming movie “The Good Dinosaur” revealed its roster of voice talent today. “We were lucky to work with a number of incredible pros along the way and our story ultimately led us to this amazing and talented group,” said the first-time-feature-film director Peter Sohn. “We’re all taking this journey with Arlo, and it’s been a privilege to see these performers bring our characters to life.” · Raymond Ochoa (NBC’s “The Night Shift,” TNT’s “Rizzoli & Isles,” “Disney’s A Christmas Carol”) provides the voice of an Apatosaurus named Arlo. · Jeffrey Wright (“The Hunger Games: Mockingjay” – parts I & II, HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire”) was tapped as the voice of Poppa, Arlo’s father. · Steve Zahn (“Captain Fantastic,” “Ridiculous Six,” “Rescue Dawn,” “Mad Dogs”) provides the voice of a pterodactyl named Thunderclap. · Aj Buckley (TNT’s “Murder in the First,” FX’s “Justified”) voices a T-Rex called Nash. »
Well it turns out Pixar wasn’t only upending its story for The Good Dinosaur—the studio has revamped almost its entire voice cast. The film was originaly conceived by director Bob Peterson (who co-directed Up), but he was conspicuously absent from the movie’s D23 panel in 2013, and shortly thereafter it was announced that he’d been removed from the film. The voice cast of Lucas Neff, Bill Hader, Neil Patrick Harris, Judy Greer, John Lithgow, and Frances McDormand remained, though (Steve even interviewed Neff and Greer at D23), and co-director Peter Sohn was subsequently upgraded to director while the story was revamped. The original conceit—a world in which the dinosaurs never went extinct, with a story following a dinosaur and his pet human boy—remained, but Lithgow told us that the movie was “dismantled and completely reimagined,” adding that he already completed his voice work but was due to record all-new dialogue. »
- Adam Chitwood
Disney and Pixar have announced the full voice cast and character list for their upcoming feature "The Good Dinosaur" with an impressive array of talent providing the prehistoric characters with their personalities. The list includes:
Marcus Scribner (“black•ish”) as Arlo’s brother Buck.
This is quite a change from the previous line-up which included John Lithgow, »
- Garth Franklin
The ratings for the first season of Murder in the First weren't terrible but they weren't great either. Other shows with similar numbers were cancelled but TNT still renewed the detective drama. Will the numbers improve or fall this time around? Cancelled or renewed for a third season? Stay tuned.
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- Justin Chang
Recently, Fox served up the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Hawaii Five-o" episode 15 of season 5. The episode is entitled, "E 'Imi pono (Searching for the Truth)," and it turns out that we're going to see some very intense and dramatic action go down when a congolese warlord thought to be dead, becomes the main focus of Five-o. Grace causes Danny some drama, and more. In the new, 15th episode press release: When a journalist is killed, Five-o is going to have to use his past reporting to hunt down a presumed dead congolese warlord who is alive and well, living on Oahu. Press release number 2: When a journalist is killed, Five-o will have to use his past reporting to hunt down a presumed dead Congolese warlord who is alive and well, living on Oahu. Also, as Valentine's Day approaches, Danny will overreact when Grace's texts to a boy, »
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