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April 26, 2005

Ferrell's Next Project


Will Ferrell will be starring in a big-screen version of the classic kids' show "Land of the Lost" for Universal. Adam McKay, who teamed with Ferrell for last year's "Anchorman," will direct.

"Land of the Lost" was an early morning program that ran from 1974-1977 and later enjoyed a rebirth when it ran for years in reruns.

"Land of the Lost" tells the story of forest ranger Rick Marshall, who falls into a time vortex while rafting the Colorado River with his children, Rick and Holly. The three are transported to a mysterious, forgotten world where they encounter such oddities as dinosaurs, talking monkeys and cavemen.


Posted by Lawren at April 26, 2005 07:39 AM

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Umm, how about "Old School II" instead?

Says: Iceman at April 26, 2005 07:44 AM

And Sleestaks. Don't forget the Sleestaks.

Says: rita at April 26, 2005 11:32 AM

I could never remember the name of that show but I remember something about talking seaweed monsters? I think it is so cool to bring back the past, the original is the best but of course we have to add a little modern flare with up to date actors. Sounds cool, I will definitely take my three sons to it and hopefully enjoy it. I'm sure we will.

Says: julie at June 4, 2005 08:50 PM

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