‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, ‘Dinosaur Boy,’ to play a dinosaur in ‘Dino Boy’ film

Weird Al Yankovics will join forces with Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow to create a Jurassic Park-inspired live action role-playing game for Warner Bros.’ upcoming Jurassic World film.

The project will be directed by Trevoney and feature the likes of Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Benicio Del Toro.

The film is set to hit theaters in 2021.

The Hollywood Reporter first broke the news about the project last month.

“Dinosaur boy” director Yankovsky, who recently directed “Dirty Grandpa” for Disney, is a fan of Jurassic World.

He also recently wrote a children’s book about the franchise, titled “Weird Dad.”

Trevorrow, who directed Jurassic World last year, is also working on a new live-action Jurassic Park film that he will direct with his son, Ben.

The new film, titled Dinosaur Boy, will follow a young dinosaur named Al as he attempts to find a mythical dinosaur, which is lost to time.

“We are very excited to be bringing ‘Dangerous’ back to the big screen with Al Yanks Jurassic World,” Trevoys son, Bryce, said in a statement.

“This is an incredible opportunity to explore Jurassic Park and Al’s world through a young, exciting, and adventurous child actor.”

The project will focus on Al and his journey to find the mythical dinosaur “Danger.”

It will be based on the book “Weed Boy: A Dinosaur Adventure” and the novel “The Dinosaur Book.”

The book tells the story of Al and the story behind the mythical creatures that are known as Dinosaurs.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom director Stuart Baird is writing the script for the film, which will also be directed and produced by Bryce Dallas Harris and Ben Wheatley.

“The film is about a young Al trying to make sense of what his father has gone through in the last 50 years, and the fact that he’s had to make a life for himself in a world where Dinosaurs are a big part of everyday life,” Baird said in an interview with Variety.