Charlie Rowe, who starred as a young Andrew Garfield in Never Let Me Go and as Peter Pan in Sky's Neverland, has just wrapped filming in New Zealand on Walking With Dinosaurs 3D.
Charlie (represented by ARG) will play one of two brothers looking to follow in their father's footsteps,
which leads them to a showdown with dinosaurs in the Arctic.
Based on the popular BBC multi-platform franchise, which includes the television series, live show and merchandising, the film Walking With Dinosaurs 3D
will chronicle the adventures of an undersized but intrepid
Pachyrhinosaur living in the Cretaceous period (over 70 million years
The film will use live-action footage of scenery and CGI creatures to create an
intimate and engaging 3D adventure for the entire family, transporting
audiences to a breathtaking prehistoric world when dinosaurs ruled the
The film is co-directed
by Neil Nightingale, Creative Director BBC Earth, and Barry Cook, and written by John Collee (Happy Feet).
This co-production from Evergreen Films, and Reliance Entertainment, with BBC Earth is set to hit cinemas on December 20th 2013, and will be distributed in the US by 20th Century Fox.