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A 3-foot-long mammoth tusk hidden on the ocean floor could offer clues about the ancient creatures

Members of the science team at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute observe the mammoth tusk.Darrin Schultz © 2021 MBARI Scientists discovered a 3-foot-long mammoth tusk roughly 10,000 feet below the ocean's surface. The deep sea is ideal for preserving remains, though mammoth fossils rarely wind up there. The tusk belongs to a young female mammoth. Scientists are using it for clues about how she lived. To the untrained eye, it may have looked like a giant wood log. In reality, sc...
Tags: Science, News, California, Trends, Ocean, Jurassic Park, The New York Times, Archeology, North America, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Indiana Jones, Marine Biology, Tusk, Deep Sea, University Of Michigan, Paleontology


Why The Jurassic World Series Can't Capture The Spielbergian Magic Of Jurassic Park

A prologue for the upcoming "Jurassic Park Dominion" arrived this week, and it wasn't half-bad. The first part of the prologue takes us back 65 million years to when dinosaurs ruled the earth, giving us a human-free world where dinos were large and in charge. It then cuts to the current timeline in the "Jurassic World" series where we see a T.rex terrorize a drive-in movie theater. All of this is fine, and I was particularly keen on the drive-in sequence, which feels genuinely Spielbergian. Unti...
Tags: Movies, Julianne Moore, Jurassic Park, Chris Pratt, Spielberg, Grant, John Williams, Steven Spielberg, Lex, Colin Trevorrow, Schindler, Dominion, David Koepp, Joe Johnston, Alan Grant Sam Neill, The lost world


black cat takes over your favorite movies

It’s amazing what people can do with video via computer editing these days. There’s a content creator on YouTube called OwlKitty who uses a green screen to put his black cat into famous movies and video games. These are short clips and they’re worth your time (if you like cats and/or parodies). It’s not your […]
Tags: Funny, Parody, Youtube, Cat, Humor, Jurassic Park, Super Smash Bros, Lord Of The Rings, Lotr, Random, Mandalorian, OwlKitty, Funny Cat Video, Lolcat


Boogie Nights Ending Explained: Hanging In And Hanging Out

With the release of Paul Thomas Anderson's new film "Licorice Pizza" fast approaching, a reexamination of his similarly '70s-set breakout "Boogie Nights" feels appropriate. Though packed with unyielding moments of exhilaration and intrigue throughout its 155 minute runtime, the film's ending drives home sorrowful sentiments on the collapse of the "Golden Age" of filmmaking — both pornographic and commercial — as well as containing the jaw-dropping reveal of Dirk Diggler's (Mark Wahlberg) impress...
Tags: Movies, Julianne Moore, Reagan, Roger Ebert, Mark Wahlberg, Jurassic Park, Andy Warhol, Grantland, Paul Thomas Anderson, Scorsese, Bill, Jack, Ridley Scott, Eddie, Spielberg, Jones


Jurassic Park with the Tyrannosaurus replaced by a giant cat

An outstanding work of computer graphics and editing from OwlKitty. Check out the YouTube channel for making-of vids for this and other parodies, such as American Psycho (with kittens):
Tags: Video, News, Cats, Youtube, Jurassic Park


Tales From The Box Office: How Hocus Pocus Went From Flop To Halloween Cult Classic

(Welcome to Tales from the Box Office, our column that examines box office miracles, disasters, and everything in between, as well as what we can learn from them.)Nearly two decades removed from its initial theatrical release in the summer (yes, summer) of 1993, "Hocus Pocus" has become a bona fide Halloween season classic and an absolute staple for many who watched it while growing up. It might be easy to forget, given that history has been quite kind to the family-friendly spooky season featur...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Disney, Jurassic Park, Box Office, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Disney Channel, Max, DiCaprio, Jeff Goldblum, Allison, Leonard DiCaprio, Garris, Ian Malcolm, Gilbert Grape


Liverpool assistant explains reasons behind Reds’ attacking success this season & compares club’s forwards to dinosaurs

Liverpool assistant Pep Lijnders has made some interesting comments concerning Liverpool’s attacking success so far this season. Liverpool tearing teams apart Much of the focus heading into the 2021/22 Premier League season would be on Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United – all of whom spent big in the summer.And, whilst it is Chelsea who currently sit top of the Premier League by one point, Liverpool have been one of the most entertaining and lethal English sides this term.The Reds ma...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Chelsea, Premier League, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur, Liverpool, Jurassic Park, Leicester City, Reds, Norwich, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Merseysiders, Chelsea Manchester City, Brighton Hove Albion


Eternals Clip: Marvel's Newest, Oldest Heroes Save Some Helpless Humans

The first official clip from Marvel's "Eternals" has arrived, and it features sea monsters and sign language. When a winged murder dragon comes crawling out of the ocean, who's going to be there to save the prehistoric boy it wants to eat? Why, Earth's original superheroes, of course.At 26 films and counting, you might think the Marvel Cinematic Universe has nothing new left to offer, but "Eternals" marks a number of firsts. It's the first MCU film helmed by an Oscar winner for Best Director — C...
Tags: Movies, News, Superman, Jurassic Park, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Richard Madden, Newman, GEICO, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Kingo, Makkari


Meet Jeff McConney, Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg's right-hand man who has been quietly testifying in the Manhattan DA's criminal probe

Former U.S. President Donald Trump in New York City. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Trump Organization executive Jeffrey McConney has testified twice for the grand jury investigating the company. He's the second-in-command to CFO Allen Weisselberg, who's been charged with tax fraud. McConney may be able to give prosecutors a better understanding of the company's finances. For months, prosecutors investigating the Trump Organization's finances have struggled to ...
Tags: Florida, Politics, New York, News, Supreme Court, New York City, Trends, Linkedin, Res, Manhattan, Jurassic Park, Republican, Donald Trump, Grant, Wall Street Journal, Trump


Meet Jeff McConney, Trump Organization CFO Allen Weisselberg's right-hand man who has been quietly testifying in the Manhattan DA's criminal inquiry

Former President Donald Trump in New York City. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY Trump Org exec Jeffrey McConney has testified twice for the grand jury investigating the company. He's the second-in-command to CFO Allen Weisselberg, who's been charged with tax fraud. McConney may be able to give prosecutors a better understanding of the company's finances. For months, prosecutors investigating the Trump Organization's finances have struggled to get the cooperation...
Tags: Florida, Politics, New York, News, Supreme Court, New York City, Trends, Linkedin, Res, Manhattan, Jurassic Park, Donald Trump, Grant, Wall Street Journal, Trump, Cohen


The 15 Best Spielberg Protagonists Ranked

Over past 50 years, Steven Spielberg has been one of the prolific and successful directors in Hollywood, with more hits under his belt than almost any other filmmaker. His work, whether historical drama or action adventure, is deeply human, and one of his most unique qualities is how easily he makes audiences fell in love with the universes that he creates. In order to do this, Spielberg needs both characters that spark the imagination, and actors with the charisma and talent to breathe life int...
Tags: Post, Hollywood, Movies, Washington Post, France, Indianapolis, Artificial Intelligence, David, Ford, Meryl Streep, Leonardo Dicaprio, Drew Barrymore, Jurassic Park, Liam Neeson, Graham, Mark Rylance


Episode #116: (MINI) Tattoo Stories

For years, our listeners have been requesting a tattoo episode, so today is the day! We’re talking about all of our tattoos—the best ones, the regrets, and any future tattoos we might be planning. You can stream the episode here on the blog or on  iTunes ,  Spotify ,  Google Play ,  TuneIn ,  Pocket Casts , and  Stitcher . You can find the podcast posts archive here . A big thank you to our sponsors! Check out the offers from Spoonflower. And if you’re looking for a specific ...
Tags: Podcast, California, Los Angeles, Jurassic Park, Osborne, David Lynch, Polaroid, Irs, Nova, Frank Ocean, Emma, Holly, Rachel, Marie Kondo, Elsie, Jimmy


Top Five Movies: Jonathan Edward Durham

  Top Five Movies   Movies are as imperfect as an art form gets, which is why they're absolute magic when they're done right…and utter disasters when they're not.   To trust the vision of one person to somewhere between a dozen and a few hundred craftspeople, tradeworkers, and artists is complete madness…but sometimes what's left at the end of that journey is eminently more powerful than the idea that set the fuse burning, and those instances of big-screen brilliance are what ke...
Tags: Books, California, Jurassic Park, Philadelphia, Spielberg, Mel Brooks, Del Toro, Jonathan, Toby Jones, Denis Villenueve, Mount Rushmore, Crichton, William Mary, John LeCarre, Winterset Hollow, Jonathan Edward Durham


Jurassic World Evolution 2 Dev Diary Details ‘What If’ Scenarios From the Films

Jurassic World Evolution 2 gives players the ability to create their own parks. But there is also a mode that lets amateur park builders step into the worlds of the films. While previously revealed alongside its announcement, developer Frontier Developments spoke more about the Chaos Theory mode in Jurassic World Evolution 2 and how players will be able to interact with and change scenes from all of the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World movies. RELATED: Jurassic World Evolution 2 Opens up the Par...
Tags: Games, Movies, San Diego, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow, Frontier Developments, ComingSoon, Movie News, Video Game News, Owen Grady, Jurassic World Evolution 2, Rich Newbold, Ian Malcolm Claire Dearing


Divining the real value of my favorite fintech sub-niche 

Welcome back to The TechCrunch Exchange, a weekly startups-and-markets newsletter. It’s inspired by what the weekday Exchange column digs into, but free, and made for your weekend reading. Want it in your inbox every Saturday? Sign up here.  Thank you for clicking on this email. With a subject line like that you are legend for being here. Of course, we’re talking buy-now-pay-later (BNPL) companies today, a particular part of the larger fintech world that is more than interesting. Thanks to recen...
Tags: TC, Tech, Paypal, Square, Jurassic Park, Goldman Sachs, Ryan Lawler, Goldman, Alex, Michael, Thomas Tull, Mayfield, Greensky, Postal, Alyce, The Exchange


Docuseries About George Lucas And ILM Coming From Director Lawrence Kasdan

Lawrence Kasdan and George Lucas go back a long way. Kasdan made his auspicious screenwriting debut with "The Empire Strikes Back," which we've scientifically proven to be the best "Star Wars" movie. He then went on to write "Raiders of the Lost Ark," write and direct "Body Heat," and co-write "Return of the Jedi." And that was just the beginning of his illustrious film career. Kasdan and Lucas have known each other for over 40 years, and now comes word that he'll be directing a documentary seri...
Tags: Movies, News, Disney, Tom Hanks, Jurassic Park, Lucasfilm, George Lucas, Cgi, Ilm, Lucas, Willow, James Newton Howard, Howard, Lawrence Kasdan, Forrest Gump, Collider


11 Spielberg Projects We Never Saw But Wish We Could've

Most filmmakers are lucky if they end their career with just one classic on their resume, but Steven Spielberg has made upwards of a dozen. Spielberg has a versatility that is unparalleled among his contemporaries. Whether it's adventure, drama, comedy, historical period piece, science fiction, fantasy, or animation, he's done it, and likely done it well.He's also one of the most prolific working filmmakers with 32 feature films released. Taking time and care to select each project, Spielberg ha...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Kentucky, Iraq, Michael Bay, Disney, Dc Comics, Munich, United States, Selma, Ford, Paris, Jurassic Park, Anne Hathaway, Josh Brolin, Lincoln


Cool Stuff: New Mr. DNA Funko POP From Jurassic Park Is Ready To Make A Baby Dinosaur [Exclusive]

"Jurassic Park" has already been given the Funko POP treatment with vinyl collectible figures being made of both the human characters and the genetically modified dinosaurs that wreak havoc across the theme park. But there's one fan favorite character who has yet to join the line-up. Thankfully, that changes today with the reveal of a new "Jurassic Park" Funko POP of the enthusiastic and informative piece of genetic code known as Mr. DNA.  Mr. DNA! Where Did You Come From? Today, Funko is unveil...
Tags: Movies, News, Jurassic Park, Pixar, Cool Stuff, Funko, SlashFilm


Scientists want to cure elephant herpes so woolly mammoths can stop climate change

Did you know Neural is taking the stage this fall? Together with an amazing line-up of experts, we will explore the future of AI during TNW Conference 2021. Secure your online ticket now! Welcome to Middle Pleistocene Park! Okay, that doesn’t quite have the same ring to it as Jurassic Park, but Hollywood’s a bit looser when it comes to era accuracy than we are. A serial entrepreneur and a Harvard geneticist today announced plans to resurrect the extinct woolly mammoth. If that’s not exciting eno...
Tags: Startups, Hollywood, Science, Opinion, Tech, Harvard, Jurassic Park, Neural, Next Featured


This week’s Porsche cartoon: Life… finds a way

Photo credit: Jerry King The post This week’s Porsche cartoon: Life… finds a way appeared first on FLATSIXES.
Tags: Porsche, Humor, Autos, Jurassic Park, Dinosaur, Porsche Cartoon, Jerry King


From Spider-Man to The Matrix, the Best Things We Saw at CinemaCon 2021

Last week, io9 was on the ground in Las Vegas for CinemaCon 2021, a convention for movie theater owners. Basically, it’s a week for movie studios and technology companies to get those folks excited for what’s to come, both on the screen and around it. Each year, studios bring exclusive footage and presentations and…Read more...
Tags: Halloween, Science, Benedict Cumberbatch, Films, It, Nicole Kidman, Robert Pattinson, Ethan Hawke, Mark Wahlberg, James Bond, Jurassic Park, Imax, Daniel Craig, Las Vegas, Batman, Sylvester Stallone


Jurassic World: Dominion Looks Like an Indiana Jones Dinosaur Movie

Anyone lucky enough to see F9 in Imax earlier this year saw the first footage from next year’s Jurassic World: Dominion. The film opens 65 million years ago at the moment where a certain mosquito gets caught in amber, setting up everything that comes next. What came next was five movies, and counting, and this sixth…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Indiana, James Bond, Jurassic Park, Rex, Imax, Jurassic World, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Chris Pratt, Jeep, Colin Trevorrow, Sam Neill, Jason Bourne, Alan Grant


Are Sentient Robots Coming to the Disney Theme Parks? Maybe Sooner Than You Think

How badly do you want your experience at a theme park to be supplemented by a robotic character who appears to be flesh-and-blood? You may be getting your wish in the next few years (presuming that you do want that experience). Walt Disney Imagineering is now working on the next stage of robotic characters, including ones with artificial intelligence. Yesterday, The New York Times issued a report in which author Brooks Barnes visited a secretive part of Walt Disney Imagineering in Glendale, ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, News, Disney, New York Times, Robots, Jurassic Park, Lincoln, Westworld, Disneyland, Times, Walt Disney World, Brooks Barnes, Caribbean, Michael Crichton, Cool Stuff


‘I wouldn’t take my kids to this’: Star Wars’ Phil Tippett on his hellish animation Mad God

The leading visual effects designer, whose credits include Star Wars and Jurassic Park, has spent three decades directing his gruesome animated fableYou definitely know Phil Tippett’s work even if you don’t know his name. The 3D chess game in Star Wars, the AT-ATs and Tauntauns in Empire Strikes Back, ED-209 in Robocop, the bugs from Starship Troopers and the dinosaurs from Jurassic Park are just some of the creations Tippett has brought to life. One of Hollywood’s leading visual effects designe...
Tags: Star Wars, Hollywood, Film, Culture, Festivals, Jurassic Park, Dante, Leviticus, Ren, Locarno, Tippett, Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Phil Tippett, Edinburgh Film Festival, Science fiction and fantasy films, Animation in film


Jurassic Park’s Sam Neill Reveals The Honest Reason For Alan Grant’s Accent

Jurassic Park wouldn't be the same without it but, apparently, Alan Grant's accent was almost completely different.
Tags: Religion, Jurassic Park, Sam Neill, Alan Grant


‘Star Wars’ Galactic Starcruiser Trailer: Yes, a Disney Theme Park Hotel Has a Trailer

Can I borrow five to six thousand dollars, no questions asked? If you must know, it’s so I can help crowdfund an independent film that some scrappy practical effects wizard, perhaps a repentant George Lucas himself, is making in some garage somewhere. What, you thought I wanted to blow all that money on a mandatory two-night stay in Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser? Dream on. Oh, I’ll still be watching this trailer for the new Star Wars-themed hotel at Florida’s Walt Disney World — as will you, m...
Tags: Florida, Movies, News, Matt Damon, Disney, Trailers, Jurassic Park, Walt Disney World, George Lucas, John Williams, Cool Stuff, Kevin Smith, Burns, Disney World, Loki, Hollywood Reporter


Eric Vespe’s Favorite Movies of All Time

Ranking films is always, always, always a fool’s errand. The whole reason we like cinema in the first place is because we go into each and every film with our own unique baggage. Strike that, we go into each and every viewing of a film with that baggage. So, a movie you saw in your 20s might have bounced off of you, but when you watch it again a decade later you’re going in with 10 more years of life experience and it can hit you in a radically different way. A prime example of this phenomenon ...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Stephen King, Orson Welles, Raiders, Earth, Features, Austin, William Powell, Fox, New Zealand, Jurassic Park, Terry Gilliam, Quentin Tarantino, John Lithgow, Casablanca


Disney Reveals Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser Hotel Prices, and It’s Going to Cost You a Lot of Credits

It’s been a busy week for Disney theme-park fans, first with the announcement of Disneyland’s new Annual Pass…er, Magic Key program yesterday. And now, Walt Disney World is lifting the veil, ever so slightly, on the upcoming Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser experience, with a glimpse into how the two-day experience may work for guests. Oh, and we now have an idea of exactly how much money it’s going to cost you when the experience goes live in the spring of 2022. Today, Walt Disney World ...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Jurassic Park, Disneyland, Walt Disney World, Cool Stuff, Hollywood Studios, Bob Chapek, Batuu, Jurassic Park Disney


This Jurassic Park History Takes You Inside the Series Like Never Before

Dr. Grant, my dear Dr. Sattler... welcome to Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History. io9 is excited to reveal the official cover and multiple spreads from an upcoming behind-the-scenes tome which publisher Insight Editions is calling “the last word on the most epic saga in movie history—the definitive…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Films, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Laura Dern, Lucasfilm, Grant, Lex, Michael Crichton, Jurassic, Tim, Kathleen Kennedy, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, Lego Jurassic World


Here’s Where You Can Stream or Rent Every ‘Jurassic Park’ Movie

(Welcome to Where to Watch, which provides a clear and simple answer to the question, “Hey, where can I watch this thing?” In this edition: the Jurassic Park/Jurassic World movies.) The Jurassic Park movies represent one of the most profitable franchises out there, clocking in at number eight out of the 50 highest grossing properties ever. People love them their dinos, but for some reason, this is still the only significant blockbuster series giving the masses the larger-than-life dinosaur thri...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Youtube, Features, Jurassic Park, Jurassic World, Alan, Spielberg, Steven Spielberg, Michael Crichton, Vince Vaughn, Jeff Goldblum, Ian Malcolm, David Koepp, Amazon YouTube, Joe Johnston