Will Ferrell and his misfit team get into big trouble when Ferrell insults a Tyrannosaur by saying that the dinosaur has a brain of the size of a walnut.
A new clip from adventure-comedy film "Land of the Lost" emerges. The clip, which title is "T-Rex Attack", gives out a glimpse at one dangerous adventure faced by Will Ferrell's Dr. Rick Marshall and his team, consisting of his research assistant Holly, redneck survivalist Will and a primate called Chaka, when dealing with one angry dinosaur.
Having narrowly escape being eaten alive by a Tyrannosaur, Dr. Rick Marshall tells his team that they don't have to worry anymore of the meat-eater. He then explains his reason, stating that the dinosaur won't be pursuing them because of its small brain size. Unknown to him, the T-Rex understands his saying and is insulted by it. Boiling angry, the dinosaur turns back to chase them again.
Aside from this new clip, there are two fresh television spots found. The first one is entitled "Diary", while the other is called "Get Lost".
"Land of the Lost" is based on a classic television series by Sid and Marty Krofft. The comedy film is directed by Brad Silberling, and produced by Sid and Marty as well as Jimmy Miller, in association with Universal Pictures. Starring Will Ferrell, Danny R. McBride and Anna Friel, it is scheduled to be released in U.S. theaters on June 5.
- "T-Rex Attack" Clip:
- "Diary" TV Spot:
- "Get Lost" TV Spot: