Beyond The Gates is BACK and to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Jurassic Park, 2023’s debut episode of the show unveils Mattel’s exciting new line that takes inspiration from fan-favorite toys of the 90s.
Check out the first exclusive look at these brand new sets by watching Beyond The Gates below!
We’re so excited to return this year to bring you even more exciting toy reveals and interviews with special guests, including Mattel’s Gregory Murphy, who joins us to explore the ’93 Classic collection in all of its glory!
Last year was filled with fantastic reveals, and this year’s no different! It’s another great one for collectors and fans alike, so stay tuned to Beyond The Gates as we celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Jurassic Park!
These four ’93 Classic sets truly celebrate the origins of Jurassic Park – be sure to check out the full episode for a deeper look and insight into the making of these Jurassic Park toys.
What do you think of these new items? Share your thoughts down below!
The brand new store will feature all kinds of Jurassic merchandise, including a Jurassic Park 30th Anniversary line exclusive to the store. The collaboration between NHM London’s retail team, Universal Pictures, and Universal UK is expected to be open until September.
Jurassic World Dominion’s Dichen Lachman has joined the cast of the upcoming Apes sequel which is currently filming in Australia.
The cast already stars Jurassic Park 3’s leading man Paul Kirby (William H. Macy), and the current line of Apes films are written by Jurassic World writers Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver. The two are returning to write Kingdom, alongside Josh Friedman and Patrick Aison.
While of course not playing their Jurassic characters it’s always great to see these actors on screen once again. The recent Apes movies are often times tonally very in-line with the Jurassic franchise.
Fresh off of Jurassic World Dominion, director Colin Trevorrow’s next project has found its home at Skydance. While little is known about the project, it had previously been in development at Universal Pictures.
According to THR, the project was “returned to Trevorrow in turnaround, and Skydance seized the opportunity to acquire the feature.” Colin had originally been writing Atlantis, with a follow-up draft of the script being penned by Dante Harper. Atlantis will now be written by Charmaine DeGraté, the writer and co-executive producer on House of the Dragon.
The mysteries of Atlantis are certainly exciting to explore, and we’re hoping Colin is able to return to his roots a little with this project. We’re excited to see this one take off!
What story of Atlantis would you like to see depicted on screen? Share your thoughts down below, and learn more about this announcement here.