It’s a big day for ‘Jurassic World: Dominion‘! The second trailer for the movie dropped this morning after it was viewed by audiences yesterday at Cinema Con, and tickets are now on sale!
This new trailer starts off by showing us where Claire, Owen, and Maisie have been since the events ‘Fallen Kingdom’ and quickly picks up pace after Blue finds them. There are a ton of new scenes shown featuring both original and newer casts, as well as thrilling action sequences with new dinosaurs! Check out the trailer or keep scrolling for ticket info! If you want to go into the movie knowing as little as possible, we suggest skipping this trailer.
Along with the second trailer drop, tickets for ‘Dominion’ are now available for purchase! Regal Cinemas has even changed their logo for the event (which honestly looks pretty cool). The earliest showings in the US and Canada seem to be Thursday, June 9th at around 4 p.m.
Check your local theater for up to date information on showings near you. Did you secure your tickets? Let us know in the comments when you’ll be watching!
It’s a veggiesaurus! Produce brand Fresh Del Monte has teamed up with DreamWorks’ “Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous” to bring fans of the Netflix series an adventure game!
Throughout September and October of this year, consumers can purchase select Fresh Del Monte produce items to access an all-new Dinosaur Challenge game. Players scan and play using different product QR codes on produce tags to unlock special skills and boosters to help escape the game’s island. Users can also unlock augmented reality (AR) content and social media filters for a limited time by obtaining badges and medals through the game. Participating Fresh Del Monte produce items include: Del Monte Gold® Pineapple, Honeyglow® Pineapple, Del Monte® Bananas, and Various Del Monte® Fresh Cut containers.
“At Fresh Del Monte, we seek strategic brand partnerships to help encourage kids to eat more fruits and vegetables,” said Pablo Rivero, Vice President Marketing North America, Fresh Del Monte. “Therefore, we could not be more excited to partner with the Jurassic World franchise to bring these fun products and adventures to families in the United States and Canada. We look forward to getting more fruits and vegetables in kids’ hands and hope this is the first of many future partnerships with DreamWorks and Universal.”
Once you sign up for the Dinosaur Challenge, you set up your profile and start playing (no fruit purchase or scanning is necessary to play)! You play as Darius and collect fruit and other items while trying to escape a raptor that’s chasing you. Use the up and down arrows to jump, climb, and slide your way past obstacles on the island and avoid being caught by the raptor. By scanning QR codes on the produce tags, you will gain inventory items that will help you with game play, including extra lives and switching the player character.
To further sweeten the deal, consumers in the United States and Canada* can enter for a chance to win a trip to experience Universal Orlando Resort’s three amazing theme parks in Orlando, Florida. Winners will win a four-day, three-night trip with hotel, theme park tickets for winner plus three guests, and ground transportation between airport and hotel. Full terms and conditions can be found by visiting www.DinosaurChallenge.com.
Channel your inner veggiesaurus, grab some Del Monte fruit, and start playing! Who knows, you may even win a trip to Universal Studios! Let us know how far you get and your high scores in the comments!
We have some great news for Jurassic fans and gamers! Universal recently filed a trademark for the name “JURASSIC WORLD PRIMAL OPS” under the Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products category. The description provided for this trademark says:
Downloadable interactive multi-media software for playing games; downloadable software in the nature of a mobile application for playing games and accessing entertainment content for use with computers, portable handheld digital electronic communication devices, mobile devices, wired and wireless communication devices, and video game consoles; downloadable computer game software for wireless and electronic mobile devices, mobile phones, hand-held electronic devices, and video game consoles; computer game discs; video game discs; wireless communication devices and wireless communication systems comprised of computer hardware and recorded software for the transmission of audio, voice, and images.
While the description does contain verbiage regarding computers, we believe that ‘PRIMAL OPS‘ will (sadly) most likely be a new mobile ‘Jurassic’ game. However, we do hope this will be a proper larger scope and high game hitting consoles and PC, where there is a serious lack of story-driven Jurassic experiences. While properties like Star Wars continue to excel at providing diverse and quality gaming experiences, Jurassic’s approach has leaves a lot to be desired, only really delving in park building simulation games or lower budget mobile games and VR gimmick titles.
That leaves us to wonder what kind of game this will be – based on the name, we could be getting some kind of first-person dinosaur tracking/hunting game, or maybe the long awaited survival adventure similar to ‘Alien Isolation’ and ‘Jurassic World Aftermath’ (the latter of which is seeing a story expansion September 30th). Given the story post Fallen Kingdom, we could imagine this being a game where you track down and capture escaped dinosaurs across the North American countryside – which would tie in to 2022’s Jurassic World Dominion quite nicely.
It’s worth noting that over the past couple of years, Universal Games has been running ads for mockup Jurassic World mobile games (embedded above), and if you would click the link it would take you to a survey about the concept. It’s likely that Primal Ops is the proper realization of this collection of user research, which frequently were built around top-down shooters much like The Lost World game on Sega Genesis.
The game was described as the following:
Dinosaurs roam the earth. Can your team save them all?
Dinosaurs have been released and are running wild. It’s up to you and your team to rescue the dinosaurs from poachers, relocate dangerous carnivores to safety, and train your team of human experts and dinosaur companions as you encounter increasingly difficult situations.
– Real-time Jurassic World action-combat gameplay
– Strategize your team upgrades and train your dinosaur companion to unlock challenging missions
– Outsmart enemies as you compete to rescue your next dinosaur
– Create your own playstyle through epic powerups hidden inside the levels in each mission
Ultimately not much is known about the game at this point, or if that mockup game and user survey were related, but be sure follow Jurassic Outpost for the latest updates!
What kind are you hoping ‘JURASSIC WORLD PRIMAL OPS’ will be? Let us know in the comments!
Streetwear titan Sprayground has partnered with NBC Universal to bring fans of the original ‘Jurassic Park‘ a unique backpack!
Sprayground – the world’s most innovative fashion brand known for its unique and vibrant designed backpacks, is unveiling its latest creation with the famed movie, Jurassic Park as their inspiration – a backpack 65 million years in the making!
Back to school will be here before we know it, and Sprayground wants kids to step into school with the most unique accessory possible. This new edition in partnership with NBC-Universal, has the iconic black and red OG Jurassic Park logo with a slick design to mimic the mouth of a Sprayground’s shark mouth art piece – creating the most coveted backpack among the Jurassic Park fans, who are all set to explore Isla Nublar while looking fresh!
Not only is the backpack extremely practical and reliable, but it takes consumers back to the 90’s in the most fashionable way. With its fuzzy details, and the original Jurassic Park logo from 1993, this loud design promises that a tyrannosaurus rex will see you even if you don’t move.
Sustainable, practical, and fashion-forward are just some of the great qualities Sprayground’s products have to offer. Known for their typically loud designs, along with high-quality materials, this new collection is no different!
The backpack retails for $75 and features a front zipper pocket, side pockets, ergonomic mesh back padding, slide through back sleeve for carry-on luggage, a laptop compartment, a sunglass compartment, and a sickle claw zipper pull.
All the info for the backpack can be found on Sprayground’s site. Let us know in the comments how you feel about non-apparel ‘Jurassic’ merch! Would you like to see more ‘Jurassic Park’ backpacks/bags?
Are you a ‘Jurassic Park’ collector looking for unique collectibles? Or do you just really like rubber ducks? Look no further than the cosplaying duck figurines from TUBBZ! Numskull Designs is adding their first two ‘Jurassic Park’ cosplaying ducks to their collection: John Hammond and Dennis Nedry.
Both ‘Jurassic Park’ cosplaying duck figurines are approximately 3.54″ tall, and come in a collector’s bathtub display box, featuring the ‘Jurassic Park’ logo and the ability to stack on top of other TUBBZ.
John Hammond – the creator of “Jurassic Park” has earned his place in the duck pond. He’s instantly recognizable with his signature straw hat, white shirt, glasses, beard and walking stick. We would know him anywhere – even as a duck.
Dennis Nedry – there’s no mistaking Dennis the Duck in his trademarkblack glasses, “Jurassic Park” uniform, plus security tag complete with his new duck face, and he’s carrying the Barbasol can – let’s hope he’s not sneaking any dinosaur embryos into the duck pond!
Each figure has a recommended retail price of $12.99, and preordering options can be found through the Numskull site.
What do you think of these unique collectibles? Are there any other ‘Jurassic Park’ characters you’d like to see get the cosplaying duck treatment? Let us know in the comments!
After much anticipation, The Genesis Archives is now live! ‘Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis’ lovers across the ‘Jurassic’ fandom will be thrilled to find a plethora of JPOG content on this new site! Lucca (Lucca2951 on Twitter) posted the reveal earlier this week on Twitter:
The Genesis Archives site is the complete database for everything related to the fan favorite game.
The Genesis Archives is a non-official / fan encyclopedia for the 2003 game “Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis”. The objective with this site is to hold most, if not all information ever given related to the game since the beginning of development to release. That includes the released content that comes in the multiple versions of the game, as well as cut content, development notes, and other type of stuff. We hope to bring these archives in a clean-looking way to help immortalize this wonderful game and its legacy, we plan on adding all the content possible over time to get this site as complete as it can be!
You can spend hours exploring the different areas of The Genesis Archives, which include:
Operation Genesis: a detailed introduction to ‘Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis’
Characters: the characters that you’ll meet during the game, including movie established characters and original characters created for the game, and trivia about them
Dig Sites: maps and tips that will help you with fossil hunting
Dinosaurs: lists and details about the various carnivores and herbivores you’ll encounter, and how to care and feed them
Research: types of research you’ll need to build your park
Exercises: details the various tutorials and scenarios that help you learn the game
Missions: should you choose to accept them… missions you can complete in addition to the Campaign and Exercises
Timeline: dates relating to the development of ‘Jurassic Park: Operation Genesis’
Soundtrack: listen to tracks from the game soundtrack
Videos: game intros and trailers
Cut Content: all the various elements that were cut from the game
It’s very exciting to see JPOG get some recognition and a site dedicated to the best ‘Jurassic’ game! Thanks to Lucca for sharing the site with the fandom!
What is your favorite about Operation Genesis? Let us know in the comments!
Adapt. Evolve. Survive. Everything’s at stake in the new ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ season 2 trailer, which will drop on Netflix on January 22nd!
Last season ended with the Camp Cretaceous kids trying to escape the island, only to reach the dock and find out they had been left behind. In the season 2 trailer, we see Darius, Yaz, Brooklynn, Kenji, and Sammy working together to figure out how to survive on an island inhabited by dinosaurs. The group heads for Main Street to find a phone, only to find the T.rex has set up her new lair there! This season promises more human-dinosaur interactions (some filled with danger) including compys, brachiosaurus, T.rex, baryonyx, ceratosaurus, sinoceratops, parasaurolophus, ankylosaurus, and many more! The trailer doesn’t feature, possibly everyone’s favorite character, Bumpy, who we last saw approaching an unconscious Ben who was separated from the rest of the campers last season.
What challenges will the campers face in season 2? Will Ben and Bumpy reunite with the rest of the group? Who else is on the island?
Let us know your theories and thoughts in the comments!
The epic final battle scene from Jurassic Park is now available in statue form from Iron Studios!
Coming in at an impressive 1/20 scale, this statue is over 18 inches tall and 14.5 inches wide! This limited edition statue features the terrifying scene where the velociraptors are surrounding our beloved characters as the T. rex bursts into the visitors center.
The figures of Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler, Lex, Tim, two velociraptors, and the T. rex are highly detailed and all hand painted.
On a base imitating marble, after all Iron Studios spared no expense, with the film’s logo adorning the front, the fossils fallen at the feet of the figures, with Lex and Tim Murphy protected by Ellie Sattler and Alan Grant from two Velociraptors and the imposing T-Rex circling ready to capture the Velociraptor that is about to jump on Alan, Iron Studios presents it’s statue “The Final Scene – Demi Art Scale 1/20 – Jurassic Park – Iron Studios”.
After the collapse of the first park on Nublar Island, some of the most dangerous predatory species escape from their cages, including mortal Velociraptors. Seeking refuge and protection in the control room at the visitor center, doctors Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler, along with the children Lex and Tim Murphy, grandchildren of John Hammond, the park’s creator, are chased by raptors. The four protagonists run out of the control room and reach the main lobby, and they find themselves trapped when one of the predators advances to strike, jumping on their prey, is unusually captured in the jaws of a T-Rex, which invades the space in search of his hunting. Thus, the giant tyrant king of the dinosaurs, involuntarily becomes the savior of the group, when confronting and being confronted by the Velociraptors, giving the scientists and the children a chance to escape.
This unforgettable and striking sequence from the movie Jurassic Park, created by the master Steven Spielberg, once again comes to life at the hands of Iron Studios, which replicates the final scene of this 1993 Universal Studios superproduction. Faithful in the smallest details, relive that experience in your collection and don’t be surprised if in your subconscious you hear the unmistakable roar of the T-Rex every time you catch a glimpse of this piece.
This beautifully rendered scene is up for pre-order now for $899.99, with an expected release date of September 30, 2021. You can find all the information on Iron Studios.
Iron Studios also announced a brand new Muldoon and Raptor statue this week during their livestream! At 1/10 scale, they captured the moment when the “clever girl” velociraptor is jumping to attack Muldoon. The detail and paint on the raptor looks phenomenal in this first promotional image. While we can’t see much of Muldoon’s face, the attention to detail on his socks and thigh muscle is spot on. We can’t wait to see more images of this one!
Based on other 1/10 scale statues on Iron Studio’s site, we’re guessing this figure will be at least $150, so start saving now if this is something you’d like to add to your collection! We’ll keep all the Jurassic fans up to date as we get more information from Iron Studios in the coming months!
Let us know your thoughts on these new statue in the comments! Will you be adding either of them to your collection?
The Directors on Directing panel released today as part of San Diego Comic Con’s Comic-Con@Home. Colin Trevorrow was one of the featured directors on the panel who discussed their past, present, and future projects.
In the panel, he touches on ‘Jurassic World’, ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’, ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’, and ‘Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock’. Check out the video below!
Around the 5:00 mark he talks about making the emotional case for “Jurassic Park 4”.
At 11:50 he talks about meeting with Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum and discussing them reprising their roles for ‘Dominion’.
At 18:06 The announcement that ‘Dominion’ would resume filming (this panel was recorded in June) and the challenges they are facing. During the hiatus the script wasn’t changed much and they were able to “put several sequences through the visual effects pipeline”.
At 24:00 Each ‘Jurassic’ movie getting more practical and ‘Dominion’ will have more animatronics than they had in the previous two. The digital extensions for animatronics have been improving so they will be able to match the textures on the animatronics. All of the dinosaurs have lighting references so they can see how light reacts with the skin and the environment. (How cool would it be to see the room with all the dinosaur references?!)
At 29:10 ‘Battle at Big Rock’ was shot handheld in VR by Colin.
At 33:27 changing from ‘Jurassic Park‘ to ‘Jurassic World’ took some convincing.
At 56:50Paul McCartney visited the studio while Colin and Michael Giacchino were recording the soundtrack for ‘Jurassic World’.
Those are all the ‘Jurassic’ related clips, but I recommend watching the whole panel as Colin, Robert Rodriguez, and Joseph Kosinski give some interesting insights into the world of directing. There’s even a cool moment for Star Wars fans towards the end.
Bryce Dallas Howard took to Twitter yesterday to share some behind the scenes photos from the filming of Jurassic World: Dominion! The cast and crew have been back at work for a couple weeks after filming at Pinewood Studios was suspended earlier this year.
After sharing a “throwback Thursday” photo of her and Chris Pratt during the filming of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Chris prompted her to show off the bruises she’s earned from doing stunts on the new film. It looks like she has major bruising on both her arms and a huge bruise on her leg!
Judging by these bruises, it looks like Claire will have her fair share of action in this next movie! Any guesses on what kind of stunts Claire will be involved in? (Climbing trees? Scaling electric fences? Using gymnastics to kick a dinosaur out of a window?)