On Friday, HN Entertainment’s Nicholas Whitcomb spoke with veteran creature designer Carlos Huante about how he first got into business, one of his first gigs was working on the original He-Man and The Masters of The Universe cartoon, something that has come around full circle, after leaving ILM Carlos ended up working on the David S. Goyer incarnation of the new live-action film before the writer-director eventually exited the project. We covered a lot of Carlos’ work over the last couple of decades and one project that caught our eye was his work on the never-made Jurassic Park 4 that Joe Johnston was trying to put together that was eventually killed and would morph into Jurassic World, a soft-reboot from Colin Trevorrow.
HN: So moving along to something else you had worked on, Jurassic Park, they were trying to get a fourth movie made for a while. I believe you had done some of the early stuff, where it was sort of Dinosaur-Human hybrids. Can you talk a little bit about what the context was behind that?
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Hailing from Canada, Christopher Marc has been a writer and blogger in the film/fan community for ten years writing for various outlets and personal websites. Including co-founding film news outlet Omega Underground (now incorporated into Geeks World Wide) and writing bylines for IGN. Christopher has a knack for covering film/television production news. He also has a deep passion for film franchises such as Alien and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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