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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.
Universal brings the mighty dinosaurs of the Jurassic Park franchise back to life for a new installment in the ongoing series. Expect a lot of changes on screen for Jurassic World. Learn about them all right here!
Joss Whedon responded to his tweet that called Jurassic World sexist in the most passive-aggressive manner imaginable.
Joss Whedon has long been a proponent of gender equality in the entertainment industry. When the first clip for Jurassic World hit the airwaves, this inner fighter came out.
Does BD Wong not age? We can't believe how young the SVU star looks in this new Jurassic World picture.
Jurassic Park recorded a variety of animals to get his desired sound effects, including turtles having a sex.
The folks manning Jurassic World never learned this valuable lesson, despite all that happened in the first three movies: Donít. Play. God! Nevertheless, hereís our best look yet at the new Indominus Rex hybrid dinosaurÖin toy form!
If you're one of those people who isn't completely on board with the "raptor squad" notion that Jurassic World is putting out there, you might be surprised with its possible origins.
Dust off your library card, and clear your schedule. If you're going to the movies for most of 2015, you've got some reading to do!
The Jurassic World trailer has got fans wondering why the film chose a dinosaur hybrid as its main villain. Director Colin Trevorrow explains the logic behind a dino hybrid.
Now that we've gotten our first look at Jurassic World, the upcoming jump start to the Jurassic Park franchise, it's safe to assume that Colin Trevorrow is aiming to bring dinosaurs back to life in the imaginations of the movie going public. So what better time is there to recall the major milestones that Jurassic Park and its two sequels have given us over 21 years of the franchise's history?
When Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park was released back in 1993, it apparently didn't take much to sell it to audiences. The main poster for the film, in fact, featured simply the logo for the movie and a tagline. Now, 21 years later, Universal Pictures has brought that marketing strategy back for the first Jurassic World teaser poster.
Jurassic Park got its velociraptors wrong, and the BBC is taking them to task! Get the scientific details within.
Jurassic World is paying tribute to the late Lord Richard Attenborough, and they are doing so with a beautiful tribute to his character in the film's universe. Colin Trevorrow shared a picture of how they are going to honor him, and we have the coverage inside.
Beloved actor, director and humanitarian Richard Attenborough died this week at the age of 90. Given his incredible fame and critical reputation, itís no surprise tributes are popping up all over the Internet. Whatís interesting about these moments in the sun for Attenborough, however, is how few of them are focusing on Jurassic Park, or mentioning it as a throwaway in the ninth paragraph.
This collection hits shelves on August 22nd, and it features several alternate poster takes on the likes of Blade Runner, Batman, and others. But most interesting is the glimpse into the Jurassic Park ad campaign we never once saw.
You think your wedding processional dancing into the reception is still cool? Clearly you didn't invite Jeff Goldblum to your wedding, as he tends to bring some interesting plus ones.
Finally, the version of the Jurassic Park theme music sung by goats that you've been waiting for for decades. I'm honestly not sure if I should be saying "You're welcome" for sharing this Jurassic Park-goat mashup or apologizing for bringing it to your attention with an earful of the melodic tones of John Williams score mixed with screaming goat noises.
The new Academy Originals web series on YouTube has brought us some interesting and exciting content, more so than their actual awards ceremonies. The latest video takes back to a time when dinosaurs roamed the stop motion Earth, and how a handful of people helped them evolve into digital predators.