The Heroes of Jurassic Park are Back for Jurassic World 3

From the way things are going in the universe of Collin Trevorrow’s Jurassic Worldthe humans are all but done for now that the dinosaurs have made it off Isla Nubar and are running around in densely-populated areas. But the latest casting news about the next Jurassic World film suggests that maybe, just maybe, there might be a chance for the homo sapiens to adapt and survive in this new landscape with the help of some familiar faces. Read More >>

The New Jurassic World Ride Accentuates What’s Good About the New Movies

Like many of you, I was sceptical when news broke that Universal Studios Hollywood was re-theming one of its most iconic rides. Jurassic Park: The Ride, which opened in 1996, was becoming Jurassic World: The Ride. And, not being a particular fan of the new movies, this seemed like a bummer. However, I’m happy to report that the new ride is awesome and shines a light on what’s good about the newer films. Read More >>

Jurassic Park’s Shaving Can Full of Dinosaur Embryos is Now Available to Pre-Order

Forget dinosaur toys. Jurassic Park fans can finally add this little gem to their collection which is far more fun - Dennis Nedry's Barbasol can. Read More >>

Lego’s Jurassic Park: T. Rex Rampage is a Beautiful Beast

Lego's Jurassic World sets have been around for a while, but so far they've always been aimed at kids. Despite some of them being on the expensive side, the models have always been fairly simple and they've revolved around the piddly plastic dinosaurs. I'm not knocking them; there's nothing wrong with those piddly plastic dinosaurs. Or at least there wasn't, until I feasted my eyes on Lego's latest Jurassic World set: the T. Rex Rampage. It's a 3,120 piece beast comprising of a brick-built dinosaur and a huge replica of the iconic Jurassic Park gates. Read More >>

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The Jurassic Park Theme Performed by the Vitamin String Quartet, Set Against a 16-Bit Video Game, Is Everything

Let’s run down the list. We love Jurassic Park. We love John Williams’ music to Jurassic ParkWe love 16-bit trailer adaptations. We love weddings. And we love the Vitamin String Quartet, the popular classical ensemble known for covering pop songs and pop culture music. Take all those things, cram them into a single video, and you have the perfect way to spend your next five minutes. Read More >>

A Jurassic World Animated Series From Dreamworks Is Stomping Its Way to Netflix

In the Jurassic Park franchise, humans have never had the common sense to learn from their past mistakes and stop trying to genetically engineer dinosaurs. That’s why, whenever something goes wrong at the park, people end up getting killed. But a little loss of life has never been enough to stop the capitalist machine, and in Netflix’s new animated series Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, we’ll be introduced to InGen’s latest go at turning a Dino-safari into a grand, moneymaking opportunity. Read More >>

9 Michael Crichton Sci-Fi Movies That Don’t Involve Dinosaurs or Wild West Robots

Author, screenwriter, producer, and director Michael Crichton would have left an incredible legacy even if the only sci-fi works associated with him were Jurassic Park and Westworld (and their many sequels and related titles). But he had so many more movie and TV credits to his name. Read More >>

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We Finally Know Which Film Franchise Is Better as 20,000 Jedi Battle 3,000 T-rexes

It hasn’t raked in as much cash as all the Star Wars films have, but with five movies in the series (and a sixth on the way), Jurassic Park stands as one of the biggest Hollywood franchises of all time. But which one is truly superior? The only way to really find out is to simulate an epic battle between 20,000 Jedi Knights and 3,000 hungry T-rexes. Read More >>

High-Quality Jurassic Park Stills Are the Ideal Decoration For the Serious Dinosaur Lover

A single frame from a film can often be a work of art. They should be displayed as such. Read More >>

Jeff Goldblum Has Now Been Memorialised in the Immortal Art of the Jigsaw Puzzle 

In defiance of chaos theory, these jigsaw puzzles bring some order to the world. Some Goldblum-y order. Read More >>

Giant Dinosaur Foot Identified 20 Years After Being Unearthed

The Black Hills mountain range in the US, which stretches from South Dakota to Wyoming, is known for its lush forests, scenic waterfalls, and dense, intricate cave systems. But 150 million years ago, humongous, long-necked dinosaurs called sauropods roamed there – and scientists just identified one of their colossal, fossilised feet. Read More >>

Sounds like Colin Trevorrow Really Would Like to Put More Legacy Characters in Jurassic World 3

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is notable for bringing Jeff Goldblum back to the Jurassic universe as Dr. Ian Malcolm, and it sounds like Colin Trevorrow wants to bring more characters from the original Jurassic Park in the upcoming third Jurassic World film. Read More >>

Jurassic Park Was My Nerd Haven

Yesterday was the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park. I was 11 years old when it came out. Here’s what I remember. Read More >>

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Lacks the Majesty the Franchise Is Known for

One of the things that makes the Jurassic Park franchise so memorable is John Williams’ score. The majestic music is one of the legendary composer’s most recognisable compositions. That score is teased, but never truly unleashed, in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which is also the perfect analogy for the movie as a whole. Everything feels held back and small. There’s never a moment worthy of that iconic music. Read More >>