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Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens

Pese que la imagen de arriba sea de dinosaurio vs. dinosaurio, esto va de dinosaurios vs. aliens, cortesía de Barry Sonnenfeld (director de las insufribles Men In Black) y Grant Morrison que por estos lares no necesita presentación alguna.

Más sobre este asunto por aquí, en boca de los mismos chamacones.

Written by Amo del Calabozo

July 9, 2012 at 4:25 pm

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  1. WTF???????

    Gabriel Bornes

    July 12, 2012 at 12:25 pm

  2. oiga, bien interesante la puesta en escena, eso solo se le puede acurrir a este señor, e intriga eso que los dinosaurios esten pertrechados con esas armas, y como odio a los alien, me gustaria ver como les patean el tracero a esos engreidos,

    andres felipe perez velasco

    July 13, 2012 at 4:40 pm

  3. Algunas palabras recientes de Morrison sobre este proyecto. Sobre los dinosaurios:

    The dinosaurs don’t speak and what they do tells us who they are. Every dinosaur scene had to be constructed like a silent movie to ensure that “characters” of the various dinosaur heroes would come through clearly. So although the dinosaurs don’t talk, they’re fairly expressive physically and it was obvious that audiences would immediately root for the reptiles as the underdogs. We were trying to avoid the trap of “good” dinosaurs versus “evil” alien monsters, and we wanted to be able to shift the allegiance of the audience from one side to another as the story progressed. Which made it important to flesh out our aliens’ motivations and personalities, too.

    Sobre los alienígenas:

    As we know from watching animated movies like Wall-E, it’s possible to create relatable characters who look barely human at all. So we decided to provide contrast to the buglike appearance of our aliens by making them very human in the way they talk and interact with one another. They’re not just rapacious monsters from another world, as they might have been in a less ambitious movie. These aliens are conflicted, brave, frightened, hopeful and poised on the edge of extinction themselves. Establishing a new home on Earth is their last chance for survival.

    Amo del Calabozo

    July 18, 2012 at 4:20 pm


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