This weekend the first official Jurassic World fan event is happening at the Franklin Institute and we couldn’t be more excited! April 2nd, Philadelphia – be there! We’re hosting the event in collaboration with Universal Pictures and it’s going to be a blast (See Jurassic World on the big screen, meet Dr. Jack Horner, tour Jurassic World the Exhibition, and more – plus it only costs 14.95 to attend!) Learn more about the event, including how to buy tickets here!
We’ve decided to add another fun, yet optional flavor to the event: let’s do a Jurassic World 2 photo-shoot! How, you ask? Well, via domain purchases we suspected Jurassic World 2 would have a ‘save the dinosaurs’ theme – which was confirmed by a set picture tweeted by Frank Marshall! So, we thought it would be fun to take an ‘in universe’ picture pretending to be protesters rallying for dinosaur rights! To be clear, this is just an idea we had at Jurassic Outpost and is not an official tie in to the film.
— Frank Marshall (@LeDoctor) March 3, 2017
Interested? Grab a poster board, large piece a of paper, or anything else and get your arts and crafts on! Go for a homemade look – we want this to look like a real protest, so you do not need to be a professional artist. Keep in mind that the museum may not be able to facilitate the signs, so they may end up in the trash – we’ll try to keep that from happening, but we won’t know until everyone shows up!
- Save Our Saurs
- We Can Save Them
- Support the Isla Nublar Rescue Mission
- All Creatures Have Rights
- Support the Dinosaur Protection Group
Watch this space for when the photo-op will happen. Ideally, we’ll aim to make it before the 1pm Jurassic World Movie screening – remember, this is optional, but feel free to show even if you don’t have a sign!