An exposé of Hollywood salaries has unearthed that Chris Pratt got paid a whole $2 million more than his co-star Bryce Dallas Howard for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
A film like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom needs to be seen on the big screen, as this new trailer aptly demonstrates.
‘Jurassic Park’ fans waited fourteen years for a fourth film in the classic series, and when it finally arrived it made a huge impact – becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of all time. More specifically, young people love them, and for younger generations ‘Jurassic World’ would have been a first taste of the series. Acting as a sequel and soft reboot, ‘Jurassic World’ continued the story by realising original park-owner John Hammond’s vision and showing us a dinosaur theme park that had been up and running without incident for six or seven years.
Bryce Dallas Howard filmed Jurassic World and Pete’s Dragon — two tentpole blockbusters featuring behemoth CGI creatures — in such close proximity the actress admits that there were points where she forgot which set she was on. The 35-year-old mother of two recently appeared in an episode of Netflix’s buzzed-about series Black Mirror and will soon be seen in the December drama Gold opposite Matthew McConaughey. In between she chatted with Yahoo Movies for a Facebook Live (watch above) to promote this week’s home release of Pete’s Dragon, Disney’s live-action update of the 1977 favorite.
Looks like one of the pieces from Victoria Beckham’s Fall 2016 collection is already gaining popularity with the celeb set.
For the Golden Globes, Bryce Dallas Howard bought her dress off-the-rack. Yes, instead of a stylist calling something in or asking a designer to make her a custom piece, she went shopping at Neiman Marcus. “I like having lots of options for a size six, as opposed to maybe one option,” she said on the red carpet. The blue Jenny Packham gown features sequins arranged in a scallop pattern and gas a jewel neckline with a floral lace inset in the front and back.
Daisy Ridley is not Keira Knightley. (Photo: Getty Images)
One reason Jurassic World topped $1 billion at the box office was its use of cutting-edge technology to make dinosaurs come alive. Filled with immersive visual effects from Industrial Light and Magic, filmmakers were tasked with pushing the envelope while ensuring everything looked impeccable. Modelers did the necessary geometry to construct the dinos, painters added detailed color and texture to the creatures, and riggers used muscle simulations to make them move. Another tool filmmakers used — as seen in this exclusive clip from the forthcoming Blu-ray and DVD — was an app specially created for the movie.
This past weekend’s D23 fan expo in Anaheim celebrated all things Disney — an ever-expanding universe that also now includes Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm.
After the huge success of ‘Jurassic World’, it looks as though a sequel is officially on the cards… and will see the return of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Officially announced by Universal Pictures, it looks as though the inevitable ‘Jurassic World’ sequel is definitely going ahead. And who can blame them – with ‘Jurassic World’ reaching a staggering $1.52 billion at the box office, it’s proved that there’s still plenty of life in the prehistoric film franchise. - Working Tron Lightcycle Goes To Auction - 10 Hunger Games In-Jokes To Blow Your Mind - Mel Gibson At Mad Max: Fury Road Premiere Starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, ‘Jurassic World’ stunned cinemagoers with the next instalment of the ‘Jurassic Park’ saga – heading back to the original island to find out exactly what happened to all of those impressive creations. And the story isn’t going to end there.
There is all kinds of intense dino action in the record-stomping new blockbuster Jurassic World, but there’s one sequence that has moviegoers hitting the proverbial deck.
Like the 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park that it evolved from, the new reboot Jurassic World has a gaggle of good dinosaur kills. In fact, it has a higher casualty toll than all of the other Jurassic movies combined.
For a movie about dinosaurs, the red carpet premiere for "Jurassic World" was surprisingly chic. Bryce Dallas Howard (who is not Jessica Chastain!) wore a midnight blue gown with a lot of cutouts on the neckline. Chris Pratt looked dapper in a navy blue linen suit with his wife, Anna Faris, basically glued to his side in a disco ball-like mini dress.
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow tweeted the first of three new posters debuting, along with an announcement that a new trailer for the highly anticipated dino-sequel will drop on Monday. The first poster features park operations manager Claire Dearing (played by Bryce Dallas Howard) staring down a gargantuan, toothy mega-beast — most likely her lab’s genetically-modified hybrid dino.