Watch: Second Full-Length Trailer for Pixar's 'The Good Dinosaur'
"That creature protected you - what is his name?!" Disney-Pixar have debuted the second full-length trailer for The Good Dinosaur, directed by Pete Sohn, about the adventures of Arlo, an Apatosaurus who gets lost and befriend a small human boy that he names Spot. Arlo is voiced by Raymond Ochoa, and the rest of the voice cast includes Jeffrey Wright, Steve Zahn, A.J. Buckley, Anna Paquin and Sam Elliott. There's plenty of new footage in this, showing Arlo interacting with different dinosaurs including the goofy triceratops named Forrest Woodbush. This looks like a truly wonderful movie, I really can't wait to see it.
Here's the second full trailer for Pete Sohn's The Good Dinosaur, directly from Disney's YouTube:
The Good Dinosaur is directed by Peter Sohn (director of Partly Cloudy, animator on The Incredibles and WALL-E). Dinosaurs are the dominant species on Earth (since the asteroid missed and they lived on for millions of years). One day one of the dinos, named Arlo (voiced by Raymond Ochoa) discovers a human toddler that isn't afraid of these creatures, and they adopt him as their pet. A.J. Buckley and Anna Paquin voice the T-Rex's Nash and Ramsey, while Jeffrey Wright and Frances McDormand voice Arlo's Poppa and Momma. Disney will release Pixar's The Good Dinosaur in theaters everywhere starting November 25th.
naundob on Oct 6, 2015
Ok, super simple and cartoony character design versus hiperrealistic environment looks just weird.
Butchy Butch on Oct 6, 2015
That's the norm with these CGI movies these days.
TheOct8pus on Oct 6, 2015
Just seems too much work to make a more cartoon looking 3d environment which is a shame. Often I see short animated films on Vimeo that deal with the problem 100 times better.
Carpola on Oct 6, 2015
This has finally capped my expectations for THE GOOD DINOSAUR. I will no longer go in expecting a 90's Pixar materpiece, but rather a fun romp, akin to ICE AGE (original). Hey, and that is totally okay by me.
DAVIDPD on Oct 6, 2015
In terms of expectations management, that is a solid strategy. However, I think we may still may be pleasantly surprised.
Movie Bear on Oct 7, 2015
New comments are no longer allowed on this post.