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Disney/Tim Box/Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series

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Wouldn't be cool if The USC School of Cinematic Arts (located in University of Southern California), Walt Disney Pictures, Tim Box Animation Studios, Tim Box, Legendary Pictures (which Tim Box will purchase after their 5-year deal with Warner Bros. ends), Touchstone Pictures, Jerry Buckheimer Films, Walden Media, Cartoon Network Studios, The Weinstein Company, Miramax Films, Dark Horse Entertainment and Ricardo Delgado will turn Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles into a series of 4 films created for the teenage and adult audience under the Walt Disney Pictures banner? All things' certain. These films might be either rated PG-13 or Rated R.

Age of Reptiles: Genesis will chronicles from the very first dinosaurs, to the events before The Hunt. It will have a theatrical running time of 2 hours and 56 minutes and that means 44 minutes will be cut from the film but will be restored for a 220-minute unrated extended cut. Age Of Reptiles: The Hunt will be based on the 1996 Ricardo Delgado miniseries, and will have a
theatrical running time of 2 hours and 58 minutes, and that means 45 minutes will be cut from the film but will be restored for a 223-minute unrated extended cut.

Age of Reptiles: Tusker will be about the heroic Iguanodon Tusker and his epic battles against the evil Giganotosaurus, Akiro. It will have a theatrical running time of 2 hours and 57
minutes and that means 48 minutes will be cut from the film but will be restored for a 225-minute unrated extended cut. Age of Reptiles: Tribal Warfare will be based on the famous Ricardo
Delgado comic book and will end with the entire exploration of the K-T extinction event and an epilogue showcasing the Dinosaurs of Reptaria. It will have a theatrical running time of
2 hours and 59 minutes and that means 50 minutes will be cut from the film but will be restored for a 229-minute unrated extended cut.

The film will combine Hand-Drawn Animation with 3D CGI and the Deep Canvas technique used in Disney's Tarzan (1999). The Music of the 4 Age of Reptiles films will sound like that of Disney's
Dinosaur, Tarzan, the Lion King, And Disney's Mighty Joe Young, and will also be African-themed. The post-production sound services and sound editorial and design will be by Skywalker
Sound and Park Road Post. The film will be a co-production of Walt Disney Pictures, Tim Box Animation Studios, Tim Box, Legendary Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Jerry Buckheimer Films, Walden Media, Cartoon Network Studios, The Weinstein Company, Miramax Films, Dark Horse Entertainment, USC School of Cinematic Arts, USC's Animation and Digital Arts Program, and Ricardo Delgado himself.

Like Disney's Frog Princesss, Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles The Motion Picture Series will be 2D with a gigantically massive bit of 3D and Deep Canvas techniques to the mix. The 4 Age of Reptiles films' aspect ratio will be 2.35:1 Digital Widescreen. Development and pre-production will begin December 2010 for Genesis' June 2017 release, The Hunt's December 2017 release, Tusker's June 2018 release and Tribal Warfare's December 2018 release.

15,678 layout artists, animators, assistants and inbetweeners, special effects artists, background painters, computer animators, checkers, scene planners, painters, and assorted other artists and techinicans, especially from Disney, Cartoon Network, Tim Box, and USC, and especially Eric Goldberg, Glen Keane, Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken, and Richard Williams will work on the 4 epic films, and the 4 Age of Reptiles films will be treated to match the original look of the comic books. A 897-minute merged workprint will be broken down into 215 sequences and 15,366 scenes.

There will also be a 1,994-page making and art-of book called The Age of Reptiles Chronicles. The main focus on the book will be the history, development, production and release of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series. Book One: The Making of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series will be 652-pages long, and Book Two: The Art of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles will be 1,170-pages long. The size of the book: Height: 11.3 in. Width: 9.0 in. Thickness: 0.5 in. Weight: 22.4 oz. The DVD, Blu-Ray Disc, and HD-DVD releases will contain three different releases: a 2-Disc Special Edition, featuring the theatrical cut, the 4-disc Defintive Collector's Edition containing the unrated extended cut, and a 6-disc collector's gift set. These DVD releases will sport direct-to-digital anamorphic widescreen transfers, Dolby EX 5.1, and DTS ES 6.1 audio, and extensive bonus materials.

The Film will be mixed at Skywalker Sound, Todd AO Soundelux, Buena Vista Studios, Saul Zaentz Film Center, timResolution, and Park Road Post in Dolby Digital Surround EX, DTS ES, and SDDS 8-Channels, and will be exhibited in D-Cinema, Tim Box Digital 3D, and in IMAX Format in an aspect ratio of 1.98:1. This will be the greatest animated film series ever made.

There will also be 19 new issues of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles with 3 new issues of Tribal Warfare, and the two 8-issue comic book serials, Genesis, and Tusker. Once they're all published, Then, Tribal Warfare and the Hunt will also be reissued in Trade Paperback editions andalso as part in a 1,132-page merged graphic novel featuring all 28 issues in chronological order called Ricardo Delgado's Age Of Reptiles: The Extended Experience. What will you think of that?
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What the heck is this? Do you have fun making up bullock or what
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It is an epic 4-part 2D Hand Drawn/3D CGI Hybrid animated movie series based on Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles? Ok?
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Here's some info at Wikipedia about this wordless comic book series:

Age of Reptiles is a comic published by Dark Horse Comics, created by Ricardo Delgado, a film and comic book artist that has worked on such films as The Incredibles, Men in Black and Apollo 13.

There are two of these comics, which are set in the Mesizoic Era, their names being TRIBAL WARFARE and THE HUNT. Both are very violent and focus on the daily lives of carnivorous dinosaurs.


Tribal Warfare
A pack of Deinonychus get revenge on Blue Back, a Tyrannosaurus who stole their well earned meal, by stealing all of his families eggs but one.

This is the first Age of Reptiles comic.


The Hunt
After a mother Allosaurus, Chula, is killed by a pack of Ceratosaurus led by Big Nose, her son Santo must avenge her. He befriends a family of diplodocus and defends them from Big Nose's pack.

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Ok I understand that but no movie is being made...........*lost*
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What will you think if The USC School of Cinematic Arts (located in University of Southern California), Walt Disney Pictures, Tim Box Animation Studios, Tim Box, Legendary Pictures (which Tim Box will purchase after their 5-year deal with Warner Bros. ends), Touchstone Pictures, Jerry Buckheimer Films, Walden Media, Cartoon Network Studios, The Weinstein Company, Miramax Films, Dark Horse Entertainment and Ricardo Delgado will turn Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles into a series of 4 films created for the teenage and adult audience under the Walt Disney Pictures banner? Will they be either rated PG-13 or R?What will you think if 15,678 layout artists, animators, assistants and inbetweeners, special effects artists, background painters, computer animators, checkers, scene planners, painters, and assorted other artists and techinicans, especially from Disney, Cartoon Network, Tim Box, and USC, and especially Eric Goldberg, Glen Keane, Genndy Tartakovsky, Craig McCracken, and Richard Williams will work on the 4 epic films? What will you think if the 4 Age of Reptiles films will be treated to match the original look of the comic books? What will think if all 4 movies will be broken down into 215 sequences and 15,366 scenes? Wouldn't be cool if there will be a 1,994-page making and art-of book called The Age of Reptiles Chronicles with The main focus on the book being the history, development, production and release of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series, Book One: The Making of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series will be 652-pages long, and Book Two: The Art of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles will be 1,170-pages long; The size of the book: Height: 11.3 in. Width: 9.0 in. Thickness: 0.5 in. Weight: 22.4 oz. ? What will you think if The DVD, Blu-Ray Disc, and HD-DVD releases will contain three different releases: a 2-Disc Special Edition, featuring the theatrical cut, the 4-disc Defintive Collector's Edition containing the unrated extended cut, and a 6-disc collector's gift set and will sport direct-to-digital anamorphic widescreen transfers, Dolby EX 5.1, and DTS ES 6.1 audio, and extensive bonus materials? What will you think if The Film will be mixed at Skywalker Sound, Todd AO Soundelux, Buena Vista Studios, Saul Zaentz Film Center, timResolution, and Park Road Post in Dolby Digital Surround EX, DTS ES, and SDDS 8-Channels, and will be exhibited in D-Cinema, Tim Box Digital 3D, and in IMAX Format in an aspect ratio of 1.98:1? What will you think if there will be 19 new issues of Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles to promote the movie. with 3 new issues of Tribal Warfare, and the two 8-issue comic book serials, Genesis, and Tusker? Once they're all published, Then, Tribal Warfare and the Hunt will also be reissued in Trade Paperback editions andalso as part in a 1,132-page merged graphic novel featuring all 28 issues in chronological order called Ricardo Delgado's Age Of Reptiles: The Extended Experience. I'm Telling you, This will be the greatest animated film series ever made, and Development/Pre-Production will began at the USC School of Cinematic Arts on December 2010.

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I heard of A technique developed by Disney for Disney's Tarzan, Deep Canvas, which allows 2D hand-drawn characters to exist seamlessly in a fully 3D environment. What did you think of this fact? Well, Describe it and what did you think of it?
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Here's the Plot for the Disney/Tim Box 4-part animated movie adaptation for Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles:

Age of Reptiles: Genesis

The first of the Age of Reptiles movies. It starts out with Dawn, a Eoraptor and Big Jaw, a Herrerasaurus' journey to Triassic North America to defend a tribe of Coelophysis from an army of Postosuchuses and Saurosuchus. The second act of the film covers the story of Ice-Crest a Crylophosaurus and her Dilophosaurus companion, Samson. And the third act is where A Megalosaurus, Noah, traveling through the Middle Jurassic World and ends with the events before Age of Reptiles: The Hunt.

The release date will be June 16, 2017. Theatrical Running time: 2 hours and 56 Minutes, 3 hours and 40 minutes for the unrated extended cut.

Age of Reptiles: The Hunt
After a mother Allosaurus, Chula, is killed by a pack of Ceratosaurus led by Big Nose, her son Santo must avenge her. He befriends a family of diplodocus and defends them from Big Nose's pack.

The release date will be December 14, 2017. Theatrical Running time: 2 hours and 58 Minutes, 3 hours and 43 minutes for the unrated extended cut.

Age of Reptiles: Tusker

When the leader of a herd of Iguanodon is killed by a pack of Giganotosaurus, led by the evil Big Claw, and his Baryonyx Lieutenant, Croc-Jaw, Tusker, a heroic Iguanodon must avenge him. He and the Iguanodon Herd befriends a family of Argentinosaurus and defends them from Big Claw and Croc-Jaw's pack.

The release date will be June 15, 2018. Theatrical Running time: 2 hours and 57 Minutes, 3 hours and 45 minutes for the unrated extended cut.

Age of Reptiles: Tribal Warfare
The fourth and last Age of Reptiles movie. A pack of Deinonychus get revenge on Blue Back, a Tyrannosaurus who stole their well earned meal, by stealing all of his families eggs but one.

The release date will be December 20, 2018. Theatrical Running time: 2 hours and 59 Minutes, 3 hours and 49 minutes for the unrated extended cut.

What will you think of this infomation?




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What will you think of this infomation?

The problem is that this is not information, it's fan fiction.

Although RD's AoR are great books and I would love to see them animated, it'll never happen. There is a very limited audience for a movie/tv series where there is no dialog.

If you want people to play along with you threads you've gotta start it off differently in some way. Your spouting all these stats as facts when there's just no way all these organizations would even think about playing together. You're name dropping is fantastic but it's not helping discussion. But for whatever reason you seem to be more interested in showing off your knowledge of some stats.
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Well, 50% of the 4 films will have dialogue. and These four films will be released back to back in theaters between June 2017 and December 2018. Age Of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series will succeed like the comic books, even though it will include dialogue between the creatures in the comic book movies.
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FYI, Disney/Tim Box/Ricardo Delgado's Age Of Reptiles: The Animated Motion Picture Series will definitively be happening between June 2017 and December 2018.
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Tens years from now? Who the hell is going to care about this a decade from now? good luck with that......lol

I love everybody. Lets all smoke some reefer and chill. Hug and kisses for everybody.

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Mmmm... Reptiles.

If we'd just eat more reptiles we'd solve the problem of world hunger.

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I think timmy needs to get laid.

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Here's a story about Tim:

When he was here before and spammed all over the board with that stupid shit about the future Star Wars sets, I posted calling him a troll and said to stop spamming all over the place with the same long, pointless post. Then what the fucker do? He emails me saying:

I hear you, Reverend beastly,
So, As What I'm Saying:

Then goes on to quote the same stupid post he'd put everywhere already. This guy is a troll and an asshole. Here's hoping a mod takes care of his dumb ass soon.

I usually don't get this worked up about this kind of stuff, but there's no other motive here but to annoy us, which is why it's annoying me so much.

I used to be very active on this forum. I’m not really anymore. Hi everybody. You’re all awesome. Keep up the good work.

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Alright, Who will compose the exotic, African-inlfuenced musical score for Disney/Tim Box/Ricardo Delgado's Age of Reptiles: The Motion Picture Series for a June and December release for each 4 film in 2017 and 2018? Choose: Either:
1. David Arnold
2. Klaus Badelt
3. Don Davis
4. John Debney
5. Patrick Doyle
6. Randy Edelman
7. Danny Elfman
8. John Frizzell
9. Michael Giacchino
10. Philip Glass
11. Elliot Goldenthal
12. Harry Gregson-Williams
13. James Horner
14. James Newton Howard
15. Trevor Jones
16. Joseph LoDuca
17. Mark Mancina
18. Thomas Newman
19. Michael Nyman
20. John Ottman
21. Basil Poledouris
22. John Powell
23. Trevor Rabin
24. Eric Serra
25. Howard Shore
26. Alan Silvestri
27. Vangelis
28. John Williams
29. James L. Venable
30. Hans Zimmer

You choose in your own opinion.
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Timbox, you retarded ahole....stop already....nobody cares.

I love everybody. Lets all smoke some reefer and chill. Hug and kisses for everybody.