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Over the weekend the numbers for Jurassic World soared. While the film was expected to be a hit, it was still a major surprise that the Jurassic Park installment took off, surpassing even Marvelís Mightiest Heroes at the global box office and domestically.
Jurassic World has opened to quite the box office success. The Chris Pratt-led installment of the Jurassic Park franchise surpassed all of its highest expectations, and has come out with a record debut in North America as well as setting a new all-time high globally.
Canít get enough of Chris Pratt? Well apparently the Jurassic World franchise is right behind you, as theyíve signed the star on for a sequel to the already blockbuster hit.
If you thought dinosaurs on the big screen were exciting enough, click ahead to get your fill of Jurassic Park the 8-Bit video game! They've spared no expense!
With Jurassic World preparing to wow paying customers on Friday, now's a good time to reflect on the violent road leading to John Hammond's dream.
Jurassic World is full to bursting with fun references to Jurassic Park, and here are some of our favorites, large and small.
Beloved as Steven Spielbergís Jurassic Park is, the first two sequels in the franchise donít exactly get the same kind of respect. Many people have different opinions on why these follow-ups failed to be as successful as the original, but Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has a theory of his very own.
Want to point and laugh at Jurassic Park: The Lost World? Then watch Honest Trailers' savage take down of it.
When Jurassic World arrives in theaters this Friday it will be introducing the dinosaur-filled adventure franchise to a whole new generation Ö but it wonít be doing so with its original characters.
Weíre just about a week out from the newest chapter in the Jurassic Park series, so itís time for one last tease to whet your appetite. The final trailer for Jurassic World has been released.
There's one big flaw in Jurassic Park that we've been ignoring all these years, and it's pretty obvious because it's in the title.
With Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World arriving in theaters very soon, there are surely fans everywhere doing their own retrospectives of the entire Jurassic Park franchise. This includes the folks over at Cinema Sins, who have launched a brand new episode tearing apart Joe Johnston's Jurassic Park III. Watch it below!
Letís hear it for all those actors and actresses who played totally jerks/a-holes/jackasses/blemishes on society ó we can go on ó to make the good guys be even more likable and to bringing us all together to hate on them.
Cinema Sins, the series that points out everything wrong in movies, has set its sights on The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Watch it now.
Jurassic World will hit theaters in just a couple weeks. The press tour to promote the film is just getting under way. Therefore itís time to ask the obvious question. What about the sequel?
Jurassic World looks set to take in a colossal sum when it's released next month.
Chris Pratt finds himself in one hell of a precarious situation in the latest Jurassic World poster.
Part of the fun of Jurassic World is going to be watching the dinosaurs run amok and chow down on tourists, and this new video shows the filmmakers have no problem killing off characters.
I'm sure there are some people out there who would like to forget the Jurassic Park sequels ever happened. While director Colin Trevorrow isnít disregarding The Lost World and Jurassic Park III entirely, his installment, Jurassic World, is more of a direct sequel to the original film.
B.D. Wong isnít the only familiar face weíll be seeing in Jurassic World. Thereís another, bigger, more vicious predator from the first Jurassic Park film that will stomp her way in the new installment.