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Spielberg's dinosaurs stomp into The O2

29 July 2011  |  Written by Phil de Semlyen  

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Terra Nova Gets Big Screen Premiere

Fox's new sci-fi series Terra Nova, a whole world of dino-fuelled, Spielberg-produced fun, is rampaging towards The O2 right about now. It'll get its UK curtain-raiser on the big screen at Empire Presents... BIG SCREEN. Did we mention the dinosaurs? We did? Good, 'cos there are dinosaurs.

Perfect for Lost fans, Terra Nova revolves around a top secret time-travel experiment that sends the Shannon family (Shelley Conn and Jason O'Mara) back 85 million years from a dystopian 2149 to prehistoric times. The plan is to save the world from an environmental apocalypse, but we're thinking that Stephen Lang and a whole bunch of triceratops aren't going to make things easy for them.

See for yourself at BIG SCREEN. Here's all the premiere info:

Terra Nova UK Premiere -
Friday, 6.15pm in Superscreen
We are thrilled to announce the first screening of pilot episode of the Steven Spielberg produced TV series. Starring Stephen Lang and Jason O’Mara, humans return to prehistoric times from a dystopian future, the aim being to start again. Although, the local dinosaur population might have other ideas.

Have a look at the trailer and then head straight over to the BIG SCREEN website for ticket info and all the details.

 


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