Alright, attention everyone….
I don’t know if you've heard about this but I thought you might be interested.
And sure, I am afraid to spill it out there on the internet, but here are many hints of what my vision for my latest movie project idea should be:
> It would be [envisioned as] something of a dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy with a Phil Collins music soundtrack.
> It is to be set in some made-up alternate world where dinosaurs and modern humans co-exist side-by-side; but in a more believable way than in The Flintstones or even the Jurassic Park movies.
> It would also describe in fictional terms and feature a main character based on the childhood self of yours truly, which is: a charming, kind little boy adventurer with lots of heart (probably around seven or so years of age).
> I will either be in discussion with a film/animation distribution/production company (whether major, like Disney (or maybe Walt Disney Animation Studios), Sony, Fox, Universal, or even Paramount, or Warner Bros.; or indie/art house specialty outlets like Fox Searchlight, IFC Films, Open Road Films, or even Magnolia Pictures) to touch my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy idea, or not to mention distribute the movie, or else, if none of the above will ever want to touch it, I will do it as an independent production. The choice will be mine, of course.
> Now, there is a generation of kids today that don’t watch 2D hand drawn animated cartoon shows and 2D hand drawn animated feature films anymore, even though I like 2D traditional hand drawn animation and I saw them through my childhood and wasn't concerned at all. The irony is that your average teenage kid today just isn't interested in traditional 2D hand drawn animated movies and 2D hand drawn cartoon shows, and they won’t watch them anymore, so I think this would be a good time to give kids a digital 3D CG animated world where CG dinosaurs and CG modern humans co-exist side by side, but in a more convincing kinda way than in The Flintstones, and that would be what they’re going to respond to.
> In addition, I also want my semi-autobiographical fantasy movie to mix ambitiously naturalistic CG dinosaurs with CG modern humans with a Disney/Pixar cartoon-influenced look.
> Music is to play a very major role in my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy with the Phil Collins songs to be featured in my movie to part of the story-line in a very unique kinda way; Also, think of the musical soundtrack for my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy as a “Now That’s What I Call Music: Phil Collins” kinda compilation of old and/or new [Phil Collins] songs.
> At its simplest level, my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy will really be about the touching bond and friendship between a little boy adventurer and a young Asian woman partially inspired by, say, for example, Gogo Tomago, a character from Big Hero 6 whom I like:
> Part of the reason why said young Asian woman whom the little boy adventurer befriends would be created is partially because I have heard complaints about the movie Big Hero 6 from people who were disappointed by that fact that—apart from Hiro Hamada and the robot Baymax—other members of the Big Hero 6 like GoGo Tomago hadn’t been fully fleshed out themselves!
> Anyway, I wanted the bonding friendship between the little boy adventurer and the young Asian woman to take time to develop, with the outcome of their friendship being more touching and more realistic as a result.
> Since I wanted everything about the events, etc., in my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy with a Phil Collins soundtrack to be self contained so that the alternate world where dinosaurs and humans co exist side by side would function as a separate world from our real world, even if it may never be defined as such, a whole lot of extensive if impressive world building work would be required, right down to the smallest, most minute of all details.
> I wanted the dinosaurs featured in my semi autobiographical fantasy to not be stuck in the 1990s like in the upcoming if controversial Jurassic World movie coming out this summer 2015; I wanted the depictions of dinosaurs in my semi autobiographical fantasy to be helped by the latest scientific research and information, even if the story will be one of fantasy and dramatic effect.
> Also, I wanted to see beautifully and naturalistic-ally rendered dinosaur feathers, some recently discovered dinosaurs that we never see restored or reconstructed before as well as a respect for dinosaurs on screen that doesn't always treat them as mindless, vicious movie monsters or just kids stuff.
> My dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy movie would also be rooted in my own boyhood experiences and boyhood self, which, again is basically a little boy adventurer of seven years of age who also has lots of hearts.
> And my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy will take the following things:
1) The emotionally affecting warmth of the classic Disney Animated Features past and present
2) The fantasy elements, humor, etc., of Bill Watterson’s comic strip Calvin and Hobbes
3) The lush and strikingly beautiful visual artistry of the Studio Ghibli movies from Japan, as well as those of many of the aforementioned Disney animated classics past and present and also those of James Cameron’s AVATAR’s [nighttime] jungle scenes.
4) The musical sounds of pop artist Phil Collins (best remembered in animation circles for his musical work on Disney’s Tarzan (1999) and Brother Bear (2003))
Throw in either some pulp action adventure straight from the works of Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs or maybe some comic book-inspired action, as well as a dash of classic cartoon slapstick and also impressive if extensive world-building work as well as a more believably convincing and more realistic co-existence between two of the great heavyweights of evolution—dinosaurs as well as modern day humans—than in the Flintstones, One Million Years B.C., or maybe Jurassic Park, and fuse them all together into one 3D digital CGI animated feature film project or something.
> The tentative working title for my dinosaur-infused semi-autobiographical fantasy: TIMMY (as in not only yours truly, but also as in the titular little boy adventurer)
Now, I don’t want to be too judgmental, and neither do you, but what do you think?
And would it be good, great, interesting, amazing, wonderful, exciting, fun, or incredible, or would it be bad, terrible, awful, or even controversial even when it comes out someday?