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See a Completed ‘Jurassic World 3’ Animatronic Baby Dinosaur Ready to Start Shooting

Jurassic World 3 is very close to the start of production. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were recently joined by returning cast members Jake Johnson and Omar Sy from the original Jurassic World, and now director Colin Trevorrow is showing off a completed animatronic baby dinosaur from behind the scenes of the blockbuster sequel. Jurassic World 3 Animatronic Baby Dinosaur Ready. pic.twitter.com/mkTbGYbaGV — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 17, 2020 This appears to be a c...
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VOTD: VFX Artists React to ‘Avatar’, ‘King Kong’, ‘Lord of the Rings’ and ‘Jurassic Park’

Last week, the gang from Corridor Crew dove into the visual effects of Avengers: Endgame with the help of Weta Digital visual effects supervisor Matt Aitken, who worked on several key sequences from the Marvel Studios blockbuster. Now they’re all back to take a look back at a couple projects from Weta Digital’s past. Watch as VFX artists react to Avatar (as we wait for the sequels), Peter Jackson’s remake of King Kong, and the creation of Gollum for the Lord of the Rings trilogy, as well as one...
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Jake Johnson and Omar Sy, Welcome Back to Jurassic World!

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Jake Johnson and Omar Sy, Welcome Back to Jurassic World! Good news, Jurassic World fans! After sitting out the sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Jake Johnson and Omar Sy will return for the trilogy capper as Lowery Cruthers and Barry Sembene, per The Hollywood Reporter. The pair join returning cast members Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, as well as original Jurassic Park stars Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum. RELATED: New Onward TV Spot Takes You On ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Jurassic Park, Cast, Dinosaurs, Jurassic World, Harrison Ford, Bryce Dallas Howard, Johnson, Chris Pratt, Tom Cruise, Smith, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Universal Pictures, Colin Trevorrow


Cool Stuff: Nan Lawson’s Gallery 1988 Art Show Features ‘Logan’, ‘Midsommar’, ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ & More

Artist Nan Lawson is best know for her Meet Cute series of artwork featuring some of our favorite couples of film and television. Her work has a dreamy sort of quality to it with a unique illustration style and use of color. But her latest show, Through the Woods at Gallery 1988, has pulled back from the Meet Cute portraits she’s known for. Instead, she’s recreated beloved scenes from various forests in film and television, including moments from Logan, Midsommar, Stranger Things, Spider-Man: I...
Tags: Art, Movies, Jurassic Park, Game Of Thrones, Cool Stuff, The Fellowship Of The Ring, Logan, Stranger Things, The Witch, Nan Lawson, Lord-of-the-Rings, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi, Laura Dafne Keen, Midsommar, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, The Neverending Story


Sci-Fi Has Never Been More at One With Nature Than in These Posters

When you think sci-fi, you think metal. You think space. You think speed, technology, lasers, and everything mechanical. You don’t think trees. You don’t think grass, rivers, or flowers. And yet, the crossovers between nature and sci-fi are everywhere, which is especially evident in this beautiful new art show.Read more...
Tags: Art, Star Wars, Science, Jurassic Park, Game Of Thrones, Posters, Lord Of The Rings, Logan, Stranger Things, The Witch, Gallery 1988, Nan Lawson, The Witcher, Spider Man Into The Spider Verse, The Neverending Story


‘Jurassic World 3’ Animatronic Dinosaur Revealed By Director Colin Trevorrow

While the internet has been abuzz with the details about Colin Trevorrow‘s leaked script for what would have been his version of the end of the Star Wars saga (including leaked concept art that we can’t post here), the filmmaker has already moved on to his next project: Jurassic World 3. He’s hard at work getting the production together, but he took the time to give fans a sneak peek at a new animatronic dinosaur, which should have all you practical effects fans out there excited. Jurassic W...
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Cool Stuff: New Iron Studios ‘Jurassic Park’ Statues Include the Triceratops and Dilophosaurus

If you intend to have dinosaurs on your dinosaur tour, then you might want to think about picking up these two new Jurassic Park statues from Iron Studios. One features the deadly, poison-spewing Dilophosaurus who dispatched with the deceitful Dennis Nedry in a grisly fashion. The other is the sick Triceratops that brings about childlike wonder in both Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler, both of whom are included in the stature of the horned dinosaur. Check out both of the statues below. ...
Tags: Movies, Jurassic Park, Grant, Collectibles, Lex, Cool Stuff, Tim, Bruner, Alan Grant, Wayne Knight, Triceratops, Ellie Sattler, Dennis Nedry, Sattler John Hammond, Gerald R Molen


The Morning Watch: Marvel’s Mrs. Maisel, ‘Black Widow’ Special Look Easter Eggs & More

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows. In this edition, watch as Rachel Brosnahan enters the Marvel Cinematic Universe as Mrs. Maisel. Plus, check out over three dozen Easter eggs and comic references in the most recent Black Widow special look, and watch as Marr...
Tags: Movies, Enlightened, Budapest, Jurassic Park, Black Widow, Laura-Dern, James Corden, Blue Velvet, Video Of The Day, Scarlett-Johansson, Rachel Brosnahan, Big Little Lies, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, The Morning Watch


Hawaii helicopter crash: Six people dead and one person missing after crash at top of 'Jurassic Park island'

The remains of six people have been found after a helicopter heading to one of the most rugged and remote coastlines in Hawaii crashed at the top of a mountain on the island of Kauai, authorities said. Officials said that there are no indications of survivors and that a search for the last person yet to be recovered would resume in the morning. Those who were recovered have not been identified and their families are being notified, authorities said. Two passengers are believed to be minors, the ...
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Colin Trevorrow Explains Return of Original Characters for Jurassic World 3

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Colin Trevorrow explains return of original characters for Jurassic World 3 Fans have been waiting on the edge of their seats for the third and final installment of the Jurassic World series and co-writer/director Colin Trevorrow has offered new details on the return of original franchise trio and how they will fit into the project, which he describes as Jurassic Park 6. RELATED: DeWanda Wise Joins Jurassic World 3 in Leading Role In an interview with Empire Magazine, Tr...
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Cool Stuff: New ‘Jurassic Park’ Statue Recreates One of the Film’s Best Shots

There have been a lot of Jurassic Park collectibles released over the years, but few bring it to life in a way that truly captures the epic nature of the movie. However, a new 1/8 scale statue from Prime 1 Studio perfectly recreates one of the film’s best shots featuring the Tyrannosaurus Rex roaring in victory after taking down a couple velociraptors, and a banner that says “When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth” falling in front of her. Check out the Jurassic Park Tyrannosaurus Rex statue below. ...
Tags: Movies, Earth, Jurassic Park, Rex, Universal, Collectibles, Cool Stuff, Isla Nublar, Tyrannosaurus Rex Rescue


5 Movies That Altered Advertising and Marketing

Sometimes a movie is so great that it changes the way we think about film, storytelling and the world around us. For instance, Jaws, Star Wars and Jurassic Park are considered revolutionary because they forever altered how we think about film. Then there are the movies that may not have the staying power of something...
Tags: General, Advertising, Jurassic Park, Evergreen


Universal Studios Beijing Reveals Seven Themed Lands: Harry Potter, Transformers, Jurassic World & More

Universal Studios Beijing is bringing the magic of the movies to China in the form of a huge new theme park, as well as the signature Universal CityWalk entertainment complex, and two new resort hotels. Today, the seven themed lands that make up the new theme park were revealed, and they include some Universal Studios favorites like the Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Jurassic World, but also lands for Transformers, Kung Fu Panda, the Minions of Despicable Me, and more. Find out more about ...
Tags: Movies, Jurassic Park, Theme Parks, Universal, Jurassic World, Transformers, Waterworld, Harry-Potter, Despicable Me, Kung-Fu-Panda, Universal Studios Beijing


Has Jurassic Park fostered misunderstanding about extinction?

Jurassic Park has fueled public misconceptions about science's abilities to bring extinct species back to life. De-extinction technology can resurrect genetic material from extinct species into their living relatives in a way that can assist conservation efforts. Fostering empathy for other-than-human lives through stories might be the key to addressing the current ecological catastrophe.In 1993, cutting-edge ancient DNA discoveries were yanked into the public spotlight when the blockbuster fil...
Tags: Science, Climate Change, Dna, Environment, Genetics, Nature, United States, Pollution, Conservation, United Kingdom, Innovation, United Nations, Anthropocene, Jurassic Park, Biodiversity, International Union For Conservation Of Nature


‘Phil Tippett: Mad Dreams and Monsters’ Review: A Loving Look at a Practical Effects Master [Fantastic Fest 2019]

A common complaint in film these days is that there is too much CGI. Computer graphics have not only diminished the effectiveness of monsters in genre films, but they have put practical effects and stop-motion artists out of work. While technological advancements have their perks and their place, many moviegoers believe that practical effects will always give off a more tangible viewing experience, arousing a deeper fear than any creature designed solely on a computer. Writer/director duo Gill...
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The iconic velociraptor scene in 'Jurassic Park' would have been different — and unscientific — if Spielberg had gotten his way, the film's science advisor says

In an iconic scene in the Hollywood blockbuster "Jurassic Park," velociraptors hunt down two children in a kitchen. One raptor fogs up the glass on the kitchen door as it eyes its prey — a sign that these dinosaurs were warm-blooded, not cold-blooded. According to the film's science adviser, the raptors in that scene almost had forked tongues. He cautioned director Steven Spielberg against it. A forked tongue would have been scientifically inaccurate, since these dinosaurs were more like birds...
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Oahu – the easiest romantic holiday ever

Oahu. A land where swaying palm trees and aquamarine beaches meet fine dining and five star hotels. Where surfing, smoothie shacks coupled with road trips to meet dinosaurs are part of the everyday. Where honeymooners dance under the stars and couples curl up on the beach in cabanas. It’s almost too easy to turn on the wow factor on the most famous of Hawaii Islands, so if you’re looking for a getaway that is high on romance and low on effort, this is it. One stop wonder Oahu has long been the...
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The Best Things to Do in Lyon, France (Including Plenty of Food!)

Known worldwide as a foodie paradise, there are loads of things to do in Lyon, France besides eat. We share the top attractions AND the best restaurants Lyon has to offer. Founded about 2,000 years ago, Lyon, France, has a lot to offer travellers. The city is practically a living museum, filled with magnificent architecture and featuring a vibrant culture that attracts visitors from all around the world. Since many different populations have called Lyon home, it has become a proverbial meltin...
Tags: Travel, France, Jurassic Park, Edgar Degas, Madagascar, Washington State, Lyon, St Georges, Best Restaurants, Michelin Star, Unesco World Heritage, Daniel, Denise, Rhone, Lyon France, Auguste Rodin


Fans in Toronto gather hours before start of NBA Finals

TORONTO (AP) — Fans in Toronto are ready and eager for their city to play host to its first NBA Finals game. Crowds began building outside Jurassic Park — the square outside Scotiabank Arena — shortly after sunrise Thursday, or about 15 hours before Game 1 of the NBA Finals between the Raptors and the […]
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Toronto’s Jurassic Park adds college vibe to NBA Finals

TORONTO (AP) — There’s nothing quite like Jurassic Park anywhere else in the NBA. The college vibe of the writhing, rowdy mass of bodies crammed into an area that covers about two city blocks to cheer for their beloved Raptors outside their downtown Toronto arena makes for one of basketball’s best parties. “It’s so energetic,” […]
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Universal’s Jurassic World Ride Will React to Actual Weather Changes; Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and BD Wong to Reprise Their Roles

Universal Studios Hollywood’s Jurassic Park attraction was in dire need of an upgrade, and it’s finally getting one in the form of Jurassic World – The Ride, a revamped version of the old attraction which will incorporate elements from the new movies. That revamp includes a new addition that allows the ride to respond to inclement weather – something I’ve never seen done in a theme park ride before. And thanks to a new press release, we know the new ride will also incorporate actors from those ...
Tags: Movies, Jurassic Park, Theme Parks, Universal, Jurassic World, Chris Pratt, Skull Island, Kong, Wong, Universal Studios Hollywood, BD Wong, Bryce-Dallas-Howard, Henry Wu, Chris Pratt Bryce Dallas Howard, Owen Grady Claire Dearing, Jurassic World The Ride


How a Nintendo 64 Pokémon Game Helped Set the Stage for ‘Detective Pikachu’

Those maniacs went ahead and did it. They finally made a life-action Pokémon movie that brings the world of Pikachu, Bulbasaur and even the nightmare-inducing Mr. Mime to life. It’s been 21 years since both the first games, Pokémon Red and Blue, and the anime premiered in the US in September 1998. Since then we’ve got more than a thousand episodes of an anime series, 21 animated movies and over 30 video games, but all of those mostly showed the Pokémon as collectable trophies or the combat...
Tags: Movies, US, Features, Nintendo, Pokemon, Jurassic Park, North America, David Attenborough, Warner Brothers, Video Game, Pokemon Red, OAK, Pikachu, Satoru Iwata, Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler


Humans Crawled Through a Cave 14,000 Years Ago. We Can Still See Their Perfectly Preserved Footprints.

About 14,000 years ago, a party of five barefoot people -- two adults, one preteen and two children -- walked and even crawled through a dark passageway in a cave, according to a new study that analyzed the hand- and footprints these individuals left behind.To light their way, these late Stone Age people likely burned bundles of pine (Pinus) sticks, which archaeologists also found in the cave, known as Grotta della Bàsura, in northern Italy.The cave's ceiling was so low, that at one part, t...
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It’s the Southern California Theme Park Wars as Disneyland throws down the gauntlet with Galaxy’s Edge

Disneyland wants the visitors to its upcoming Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge land to pick a side. Will you stand with the Resistance or the First Order — with the feisty rebels or the unyielding Galactic authority? That’s all nice to ask us, but I want to know which side Disney will pick. With this new Star Wars land, is Disney looking to become the creative rebel, breaking the established traditions of the theme park industry, or is it throwing around its authority as the industry’s leader, looking t...
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Meet T. rex's teeny-tiny cousin: 3-foot tall tyrannosaur fossil discovered

Sure, we've all seen the monstrous T-rexes running amok in "Jurassic Park" and other movies. It turns out they weren't all huge behemoths.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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Meet T. rex's teeny-tiny cousin: 3-foot tall tyrannosaurus fossil discovered

Sure we've all seen the monstrous T-Rexes running amok in Jurassic Park and other movies. But it turns out they weren't all huge behemoths.            [Author: USA TODAY]
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The Man Behind Game of Thrones’ Languages Taught Us to Say ‘Release the Snyder Cut’ in High Valyrian

We all know that one of Game of Thrones’ favorite phrases is “fuck off,” but we haven’t heard it uttered in High Valyrian, the elegant and beautiful language of Old Valyria. Until now. We invited Game of Thrones language inventor David J. Peterson to translate and explain some popular nerd culture phrases for us. Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Video, Hbo, Science, Star Trek, Language, Jurassic Park, Game Of Thrones, Justice League, Terminator, Toy Story, David Peterson, Snyder, David J Peterson, High Valyrian, Release The Snyder Cut


We're Taking A Safari With These 17 Desert-Ready Jackets

"To your right, you'll see a dazzle of zebras drinking by the watering hole. And further up on your left, that's a herd of elephants." Can you imagine it? Now look down — what are you wearing? If you're anything like us, a safari is the perfect excuse to pull out that two-piece oatmeal-colored utility set you bought during the last Buy More Save More sale at Shopbop. But what if we told you that you didn't need to travel across the world for an excuse to don your safari-ready look?More and more...
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20 Fun and Interesting Things to Do in Los Angeles with Kids

LA is the second biggest city in the USA, and as a visitor it seems like there are endless things to do in Los Angeles with kids! Over the years we’ve been able to visit Los Angeles several times. Firstly solo, then as a couple, and now with our two daughters, Kalyra and Savannah. To be honest we weren’t initially big fans, and it’s taken a while for LA to grow on us. Sometimes you have to visit a place a second or third or even forth time before you can appreciate it. I think it’s because we c...
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Universal Studios Hollywood Unveils New Details For ‘Jurassic World – The Ride’, an Overhaul of the Old ‘Jurassic Park’ Attraction

Jurassic Park: The Ride opened at Universal Studios Hollywood way back in 1996, but it’s getting a long-overdue upgrade. The new Jurassic World – The Ride will open this summer at the California theme park, and Universal has released a bunch of new details about the overhauled experience. The press release touts that the attraction “will fuse 21st century technology and astounding special effects with new dinosaurs from the Jurassic World film.” Jurassic World The Ride If you’ve been to U...
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