Warner Bros logoIf you’re still grieving over the cancellation of ‘Terra Nova’ and want Hollywood to pay then you may be interested in this bit of news. Looks like Warner Bros. has purchased the film rights about a rapidly evolving species of dinosaurs who attack modern day Los Angeles.

Precious little is known about the title or the actual plot of the film but the project was originally supposed to be developed as a large scale online web series. Warner Bros. execs Greg Silverman and Sarah Schechter saw the early test footages and decided to upgrade it to a feature film.

The film will be directed by John Clisham who just recently worked on the 3D conversion of James Cameron’s ‘Titanic.’ He will also be co-writing the script with Mike Bayman. As Clisham is a longtime employee at Cameron’s Lightstorm Entertainment, don’t be surprised if some cutting edge technology will be used to bring the dinosaurs to life.

Bayman will act as producer of the film with Scott Nocas and Greg Siegel to executive produce. As more news of this project develops, we’ll let you know. I wonder if the first casualty of the dinos will be Fox studios as payback?

Source: Deadline