Digital Spy caught up with the lovely duo for a natter about the laughs and perils of making the movie, which included some interesting dinosaur substitutes on set and a spot of 'dino-mance'...
"The most we get is just things on sticks," explained Kane, who takes on the role of gadget-loving teen Luke, a stowaway on his adventurous father's trip to explore the rumours of a mythical beast.
His co-star Natasha Loring, who plays Dr Liz Draper, elaborated on the improvised techniques to represent cretaceous creatures before the Digital Effects team lays on the post-production magic.
Recounting the filming of one pivotal scene in which the explorers are under siege, Loring revealed: "When this creature eventually falls into the hut we had a little claw on the end of a broomstick. So we just had this little claw poking away at us.
"Obviously the director is like, 'This is the scariest moment of your life. You all think you're going to die', but it was the most hysterical thing. This little claw!"
The Dinosaur Project opens in UK cinemas today (August 10).