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.
A film like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom needs to be seen on the big screen, as this new trailer aptly demonstrates.
We always imagined Isla Nublar being a little more tropical, a little more remote. But there it is, smack dab in Center City Philadelphia… at least for the next few months. Beginning Friday and extending through April, Philly’s Franklin Institute will host the U.S. premiere of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, an immersive experience that aims to transport visitors to the dinosaur-populated island of movie infamy, with less deadly results. Related: All the Easter Eggs, Callbacks and Inside Jokes in ‘Jurassic World’ The installation, which opened to sell-out crowds earlier this year at Australia’s Melbourne Museum, features life-sized animatronic creatures based on species and settings from the Jurassic films.
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.
Since the first Jurassic Park film in 1993, the mega-franchise has introduced legions of nerdy little girls to the wonders of paleontology, starring female dinosaurs and female paleontologists.
Now behold the latest Jurassic World clip… in its goofy Lego glory. By the time the movie is out on June 12, Lego will have unleashed a half-dozen Jurassic World toy sets along with the video game teased above. Lego Jurassic World encompasses all four Jurassic Park movies and will be available on most major platforms.