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- "As the mighty creature rose up on its hind legs, it toppled over the entire bleachers! Leaving barely any survivors. Meanwhile, under the bleachers, the enteledont has finished eating the goalie, and is now coming out of the ruins, hungry for its next meal..."
Day 3: Half of Episode 1 summary! and another picture!Edit
On Saturday, May 28, the creator released a drawing of the Devonian Predator, revealing it to be the prehistoric shark, Helicoprion, not the Dunkleotsteus, as many fans thought.
Sunday, May 29, Beastly 14 created a special survey for anyone to take. Here's a link:http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/5PWRK6S
Monday, May 30, Beastly 14 released an image of the nearly finished Carnotaurus, it has been voted as the #1 creature on the survey.
Tuesday, May 31, Beastly 14 released an image of the in - the - making Achillobator, that will be in Episode 1.4, not the Utahraptor.
Thursday, June 2, Beastly 14 released an image of the Amazon Jungle in Episode 3.
Friday, June 3, Beastly 14 in an interview said that "during Episode 3 of the new series, the team will meet a new villain, we have already given him a special weapon AND a secret hideout. After the new series, Anomaly Crisis, premiered we started working on the second series. Now, i'll tell you, the next series will have 6 episodes. However, you have understand something, anomalies stop after the first series, but after something horrible tears apart the boundries between space and time, it starts all up again."
Saturday, June 4, Beastly 14 released this video of a creature that will be in series 1. It appears to be a large raptor, probably from Episode 3.
Sunday, June 5, Beastly 14 released this special interview with him by ITV: We asked What creatures will be in the upcoming episodes of Anomaly Crisis? He replied with: "Well, episode 4's pretty good, it's got a giant raptor in a bombing range. Episode 5 has a jagged toothed raptor, at least I think so, and it rampages through the ARC! Programme 6 has two T. rexes, and I believe they are in Cricket Batting Cages, I'm not sure. And episode 7, which almost completely takes place in the future, has a future lizard that can climb and camouflage itself." What is your favorite episode out of series 1 and 2? "Definiately programme 15, it's the last episode in series 2, it has a double - clawed raptor, and the most dangerous creature they've ever faced, only matched by the new villain."
Monday, June 6, Beastly 14 released these pictures of the Masiakasaurus clay models used in production.
Tuesday, June 7, Beastly 14 released this photo of the destroyed tank from Episode 4.
Wednesday, June 8, Beastly 14 released this photo of the Achillobator during pre-production.
Thursday, June 9, Beastly 14 released this gallery of the full CGI T. rex.
Friday, June 10, Beastly 14 released this special interview with Stephen Bronze, director of Episode 4, 5 & 6: We asked What is the setting is for episode 6? "It's a park that's being renovated, so it almost perfectly fitted into the episode." In Episode 5, there is a new theropod, can you tell us about it? "Yeah, it's a Masiakasaurus, but we refer to it as a "fanged raptor" because of its wacky dental weapons. It has some artistic licensing in there, like it has that toe-claw like a raptor." In episode 6, there are two T. rexes, we've seen the first one, can you tell us about the other? "Well the second one's a juvenile that's seperated from it's mother, and it's leaner and faster than the adult." What is your favorite episode you've directed? "I'd have to say episode 6. The park is just so well done, and the T. rexes are put into the landscape, almost recreating its own habitat, so it's just beautifully done."
At the end of the interview, the screen is ripped in half and an eye from a raptor stares at you, then commercials start up again.