Watch out, Stan Lee! You're not the only old coot trying to cash in
again on a decades-old creative burst. Seventies schlockmeisters Sid
and Marty Krofft make their bid for Marvel Comics -- like cultural
relevance via Will Ferrell's $100 million reinvention of the Saturday
morning camp classic, about a trio that gets trapped in a secret world
populated with dinosaurs, lizard people, and monkey boys.
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