Let Us Recreate Warner's Upcoming Dinosaur Movie With Pictures

By: 05.02.12  •  8 Comments

Deadline reports Warner Brothers has bought a pitch for a sci-fi action movie about “a rapidly evolving species of dinosaurs who attack modern Los Angeles.” We imagine the pitch meeting went like this:

John Clisham is set to direct at is writing the script with Mike Bayman. The project was originally developed by Break Media for a web series, but then a couple of Warner execs saw early test footage and acquired it for a feature film. The rest of the plot is still a secret, but we can guess how a movie about “a rapidly evolving species of dinosaurs who attack modern Los Angeles” is going to go down. And so we present our re-creation/prediction of this movie, in pictures:

First, humankind must resurrect the dinosaurs:

Yeah, that’s legit.

And, at first, we’re able to keep these rapidly-evolving dinosaurs very civilized via the clever use of hats:

But then they discover sarcasm:

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