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Tyrannosaurus Sex Premieres February 14th on Discovery Channel


New York, NY, February 9, 2010 –– Birds do it, bees do it, and now with the magic of CGI, we can watch dinosaurs do it.  This Valentine’s Day, February 14th at 10pm ET/PT on Discovery Channel, Locomotive Entertainment Group will premiere Tyrannosaurus Sex.  The one-hour special explores the mysteries, wonders and newest evidence surrounding ritual courtship and mating habits of dinosaurs.  How did a ferocious T-Rex woo his lady? How did a female Titanosaur support the weight of a male who was as long as a four-story building is high? How did a Stegosaurus couple negotiate sex with all those deadly plates and spikes?

“It is something they never showed us in the Jurassic Park films, that much I can tell you,” said Director and Locomotive President Gabriel Gornell.  “Throughout the production process the support we received from the team over at the Discovery Channel has been unbelievable. We could never have pulled this off without them. “

Tyrannosaurus Sex doesn’t just answer the questions, it shows dinosaur sex in all its glory with state-of-the-art CGI animation.  The scenes created for the special are all based on fact.  Interviews with scientists on the cutting-edge of palaeontology bring new life to one of the last mysteries of these mighty giants.

Tyrannosaurus Sex premieres on Discovery Channel February 14th at 10pm ET/PT Eastern, for mature audiences only.

About Locomotive Entertainment Group

Locomotive Entertainment Group was founded in 2009 by entertainment industry veterans Gabriel Gornell and Colleen Seldin. The company develops and produces films, television programming and live television events in a multitude of genres with a slate for the first half of 2010 that will include Tyrannosaurus Sex for Discovery Channel this month and Kenny Rogers: The First 50 Years – a musical tribute special shooting this April that will feature Kenny Rogers. Dolly Parton, Lionel Richie, Allison Krauss, Wynonna, and many more. Locomotive Entertainment Group is also a worldwide distributor of award winning films and television. For more information:

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