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Submitted by alycakes 758d ago | news

Charlie Rowe Plans on Walking With Dinosaurs

Coming Soon:
Young actor Charlie Rowe has scored a leading role in Twentieth Century Fox's upcoming Walking with Dinosaurs, Variety reports.

Barry Cook and Neil Nightingale are attached to direct the family adventure which is said to follow two brothers on a search to find their missing father in the Arctic.

Rowe, who most recently starred in the television miniseries "Neverland", is best known for appearances in films like Pirate Radio and Never Let Me Go. (Charlie Rowe, Cinema, Walking With Dinosaurs)

alycakes  +   759d ago
I love Dinosaur movies and shows so I hope this is a good one. I will be waiting for a trailer in the near future.
aDDicteD  +   756d ago
anything that involves dinosaurs easily satisfies me. with the latest special effects it would definitely satisfy its target audience. i hope the plot would be interesting.

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