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.
We're in 2018 now, baby, and if you think you can escape the chaos surrounding the White House even in a science-fiction/horror movie about weaponized dinosaurs, you're wrong.
A film like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom needs to be seen on the big screen, as this new trailer aptly demonstrates.
Universal showed exhibitors plenty of angry dinosaurs on the loose Wednesday with new footage from “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” Chris Pratt reminded exhibitors that he had been on the same stage at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas three years ago. “The last time I was here, I introduced you to ‘Jurassic World,’ and that movie […]
Watch this new 18-minute re-creation of "Jurassic Park," consisting entirely of fan-made videos of key sequences submitted from 28 countries.
When ‘Jurassic World’ hit cinemas in June of 2015 no one could have predicted what a huge hit it’d be. With J.A. Bayona directing the anticipated follow-up, the question on everyone’s lips is what it’ll be about.
Sam Neill stopped by The Graham Norton Show where host Graham Norton asked him about shooting the classic scene from Jurassic Park when Neill, playing Dr. Alan Grant, sees a dinosaur for the first time. Neill explained that what he was really looking at was director Steven Spielberg waiving a tennis ball at the end of a long stick. Norton wanted to recreate the scene with British comedian and actress Miranda Hart playing the Laura Dern role, Ewan McGregor as the director, and comedian John Bishop playing the tennis ball…or, rather, the dinosaur.
Ian Malcolm’s RV is pushed halfway off the cliff of Isla Sorna by an angry T-Rex mama, leaving the passengers to scrabble and climb up and out as it slowly slips further towards oblivion. Meanwhile, on terra firma, poor old Eddie (Richard Schiff) attempts to pull the RV back up using his Jeep, but finds himself a fancied delicacy of not one but two hungry Tyrannosaurs.