Sport Relief is giving you the chance to win a trip to the set of 'Jurassic World: Dominion'.
Here are the best original movies, TV shows, shorts and documentaries to watch on Disney+ when it launches on 24 March.
Filming on Colin Trevorrow's new dinosaur adventure will take place in Vancouver next year.
Forget the velociraptors, the indominus rexes and the pterosaurs - the academics are back, and they mean business.
An unexpected treat lies in store for Jurassic Park fans, with news that a previously unannounced 'short film' from director Colin Trevorrow will arrive this weekend.
The biggest LEGO brick Tyrannosaurus rex set is making its way into LEGO stores from 19 June. Inspired by the Jurassic World franchise, this brand-new set features the original Jurassic Park gate and a large, fully posable, brick-built T. rex.The huge dino measures more than 22cm high and 69cm long making this model LEGO’s biggest brick-built T. rex set ever. It also has snapping jaws, a posable head, arms, legs and tail. The collectible set - available in stores and online from 19 June - is made from 3,120 pieces and includes six Minifigures: Dr. Ian Malcolm, Dr. Ellie Sattler, Dr. Alan Grant, John Hammond, Ray Arnold, and Dennis Nedry as well as a baby dinosaur figure. Read more: Jurassic World animated series announcedIt also features loads of fun easter eggs for fans of the Jurassic franchise which began in 1993 with Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. Hidden within the gates are a series of scenes from the film including the control room where Dr. Sattler finds an arm, a mud slide featuring a shaving cream can and a branch for Dennis Nedry to hang from. Additionally, found within the surrounding wall is a nest with two cracked dinosaur eggs inside, a bunker with a buildable bed for Dr. Malcolm, and John Hammonds’ dining room complete with a table and Minifigure chair.75936 – LEGO Jurassic World Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage (RRP £219.99), is recommended for those aged 16+.
Wes Anderson’s superb stop motion animation Isle of Dogs is out now on Digital Download, and to celebrate the imminent DVD and Blu-ray release on Monday, 6 August, we’ve got our paws on some exclusive new images to support the film.These handsomely staged character portraits (or should that be paw-traits?) feature the film’s stellar voice cast alongside the models used to animate their characters in the film. So, if you’re barking mad for glossy photos of A-list stars like Bryan Cranston, Tilda Swinton, and Bill Murray cosying up to puppets, then click this way for more.Synopsis: Isle of Dogs tells the story of Atari Kobayashi, 12-year-old ward to corrupt Mayor Kobayashi. When all the canine pets of Megasaki City are exiled to vast Trash Island, Atari sets off in search of his bodyguard dog, Spots. With the assistance of his newfound mongrel friends, he begins an epic journey that will decide the fate and future of the entire Prefecture.Isle of Dogs is out now on Digital Download, and on Blu-ray™ and DVD from 6 August.Read morePetition to reinstate James Gunn at Disney gains momentumWatch every SDCC trailer hereKristen Bell: I’m happier on medication
Anyone recalling how fascinated Jeff Goldblum was by his own delighted description of chaos theory in Jurassic Park could tell that he probably didn't have to dive too deep into character.
Commuters in London were in for a treat this morning when they were faced with a smouldering 25ft statue of Jeff Goldblum's Jurassic Park character Dr. Ian Malcolm.
The well-known screenwriter talks about his directorial debut, the struggle of making an indie movie and the status of his LEGO movie 'The Billion Brick Race'.
Jeff Goldblum has been discussing the changing landscape in Hollywood, and while he admits that he is 'a flirt', he added that he's 'never been creepy' with it.
Wes Anderson's latest stop motion production 'Isle of Dogs' is a playful, quirky endeavour all about the role of the dog, it also explores pertinent, relevant themes.
Jeff Goldblum is BACK as chaotician Dr. Ian Malcolm in a brand new behind-the-scenes video from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.