Allison Miller Talks ‘Terra Nova,’ Working With Dinosaurs & What’s Coming Up For Skye And Josh
If there’s one thing to learn from Fox’s multi-million dollar primetime project, “Terra Nova,” it’s that nothing will ever be able to capture the magic of “Jurassic Park” — but once you stop comparing it to the golden standard of dino-dramas, then the show can be quite enjoyable.
CGI graphics aside, at its core, “Terra Nova” is a family drama set 85 million years in the past. It has everything a primetime drama needs to succeed: family struggles, teenage angst, romance, action and adventure — and the occasional dinosaur sighting.
Now there seems to be a teenage romance blossoming in the colony, and 26-year-old actress Allison Miller gave The Huffington Post the scoop on the growing relationship between teens Skye and Josh, the future of “Terra Nova” and some helpful tips on how to run away from angry dinosaurs.