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I’ve seen the advertisements all over BBC America and the Sci-Fi Channel, but I’d simply assumed that, any time now, Primeval would be cancelled. The promos make it look like bad green screen acting dressed up in a CGI suit. Three seasons later, not only is Primeval not being cancelled, they’re turning it into a feature film. Maybe I was wrong. Maybe I should have tuned in. Maybe it's wonderful. Somehow I still doubt it.

Variety reports that Warner Bros. has cut a deal for the rights to the series with none other than Akiva Goldsman and Kerry Foster set to produce. Goldsman is probably best known for his work with Ron Howard. He’s written four of Howard’s last movies including Angels & Demons, just hitting theaters this weekend.

So what’s Primeval about? Remember the really awful part in The Lost World: Jurassic Park where dinosaurs get loose on the mainland and start terrorizing the city? Now have them delivered to the city by some sort of wormhole instead of a boat, form a team of scientists and soldiers to fight them, and you have Primeval. Basically, it’s the worst parts of Jurassic Park II distilled into a 60 minute program and now, distilled into a feature film.

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