20th Century Fox might have in their schemes, to make a whole new 'Jurassic Park Concept' film, as the studio has just acquired the rights to adapt Ben Mezrich's novel Woolly on screen. The film will be centered around the long-extinct woolly mammoth which walked the earth in the prehistoric time.
Oscar Sharp, who is a renowned short film director, has been roped in for the project. It is believed that the movie will be an adventure thriller and will carry all the elements of partly Jurassic Park and partly Indiana Jones, to entertain the viewers.
The script of the movie will follow the Jurassic Park way, where a geneticist along with his team of scientists set out on an impossible voyage to bring back the gigantic woolly mammoth back from extinction. They will land on the Siberian tundra named as Pleistocene Park for the purpose.
The geneticist and his team then uncovers the hidden dangers and the adventures which chase them till the end.The studio officials and the director are quite excited about the project and they believe it will be a visual treat to watch and would be more technically advanced than the Jurassic Park.
"A visual treat to watch and more advanced than Jurassic Park, technically," said Oscar Sharp.