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.
Are you pumped about Jurassic World? Of course you are. Weíre all pumped about Jurassic World. That being said, we deal with that excitement in different ways; so, if youíre the type of person who likes to go into a much-anticipated film completely blind, or as blind as possible, you need to bail on this article right now.
Itís a column about a Dad watching movies he really likes with his intelligent, beautiful but cinematically challenged daughter. She likes most of the movies I recommend. She wonít like all though and thatís cool. Iím doing this to broaden her horizons not demand she have my same movie tastes.
You could probably hum the Jurassic Park theme by heart if you were asked to. Or, if you are a die hard fan of John Williams' iconic score, you'd ask ďWhich theme?Ē If you fall into either category, or just like really cool looking vinyl pressings, then there's something you need to have a look at.
Isla Nublar seems to be doing just fine. It now appears to be a resort. Is it a dinosaur resort? Donít tell me they actually thought it was a good idea to go ahead with Jurassic Park.
You like Jurassic Park? Of course, you do. Everyone likes Jurassic Park. Itís still as visually impressive today as it was twenty years ago. Itís a stone cold classic, and if youíre interested in celebrating that greatness in more ways than just owning a Blu-ray and maybe having a poster on your wall, I have the perfect opportunity for you.
Colin Trevorrow isnít a man who opens his mouth and gives away too much information. In fact, last year he was so vague about his upcoming job involving a major franchise that it led to Star Wars fans convincing themselves heíd been hired to helm Episode VII. In actuality, he was hired to helm the upcoming Jurassic World.
My favorite part of the above video is the fact that you can see the personís legs hanging out underneath the dinosaur, so if the employee stopped for a moment and thought about what was happening, heís likely realize that it was an excellent suit Ö but a suit, all the same.
Trevorrow vehemently denied that this was ďa paycheck gigĒ for him, or ďthe movie that Iím making so I can make the movies that I really want to make.Ē He says that he really wants to make ďa kick-ass Jurassic Park movie,Ē and wants to make a film that even appeals to casual fans who donít even believe there needs to be another Park film.
From big budget films like Gangster Squad to the 3D release of arguably the biggest dinosaur film of all time, Jurassic Park, to a few indie releases, if youíre looking for something to purchase, you should be able to find something new this week. Read on to learn about some of this April 23rdís best releases, and maybe even a few that may have slipped under your radar.
You know that game you play with your friends, where you imagine what you would do if you just had gobs and gobs of cash. I'm talking insane amounts of wealth. Would making your own Jurassic Park be on that list? If you answered, "Hell yeah!" then you'll be pleased to learn this is precisely the plan of insanely wealthy person Clive Palmer.
Right off the bat, before Spielberg, producer Kathleen Kennedy and the cast and crew start opening up, we learn that Richard Donner (Superman, The Goonies) and James Cameron were potential directors for the gig. Imagine how awesome a Cameron adaptation of Michael Crichtonís bestseller might have been?