Welcome to Jurassic Park: Survival! New Video Game Announced

Unveiled earlier this evening at The Game Awards, Saber Interactive announced Jurassic Park: Survival, an upcoming single-player action-adventure for PC, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X|S!

Wow.

Return to Isla Nublar the day after the events of the beloved 1993 Jurassic Park film in an original adventure 65 million years in the making.

Survive thrilling first-person action as InGen scientist Dr. Maya Joshi, who was unable to evacuate Isla Nublar, in this single-player action-adventure game and discover a never-before-told story.   

Through thrilling encounters, experience the wonder and danger of dinosaurs, each with their own distinct and adaptive behaviors brought to life by John Hammond’s vision.

Check out our detailed breakdown where we examine the trailer:

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‘Jurassic Park: The Official Script Book’ From Insight Editions Is Loaded With Annotations & Concept Art!

The ‘Jurassic’ film franchise has received several fantastic behind-the-scenes books over the years. The original ‘Making Of’ books from the 1990s for ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ are regarded as some of the best ever made. In 2021, Insight Editions produced ‘Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History,’ featuring stories and never-before-seen imagery from the original trilogy, including ‘Jurassic Park 3’ for the first time. Their fantastic chronicle was followed by ‘Jurassic World: The Ultimate Visual History,’ wonderfully detailing the making of all three ‘Jurassic World’ films.

All these books discussed the various scripts that were written: a vital part in creating a strong skeleton to support the body of each film. It’s a process that can take a lot of time, and a lot of drafts, to get just right. Their creation is more interesting and complicated than people may realize, making a whole book dedicated to the subject something ‘Jurassic’ fans have wanted for some time. Each of the six films in the franchise (so far) undoubtedly has fascinating stories behind their screenplays. However, the original film, adapted from the bestselling novel by Michael Crichton, had perhaps the biggest challenges.

Thanks once again to Insight Editions, a documented history of this process, with the final screenplay by David Koepp, is finally told in ‘Jurassic Park: The Official Script Book.’

Jurassic Park gave moviegoers an unforgettable thrill ride. Now, on the film’s 30th anniversary, fans can experience Jurassic Park in an all-new way with this deluxe, annotated edition of Michael Crichton and David Koepp’s script. This script book is annotated by franchise expert James Mottram (Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History, Jurassic World: The Ultimate Visual History), offering commentary and insight into the behind-the-scenes story of the film. Fully illustrated with film stills, concept art, and other key visuals, this is a must-have collectible for Jurassic Park fans and a fitting tribute to a landmark film.

There is a lot more to this book than simply David Koepp’s script. To discover what’s beyond the cover, join me on a grand adventure at Isla Nublar via the video below (or an abridged version)! For an even more detailed look, continue reading this article!

WHAT’S INSIDE?

               DAVID KOEPP’S 12-11-1992 FINAL CONTINUITY DRAFT

The book features the 12-11-1992 draft by David Koepp, known as the final “Continuity Script.” What sets it apart from a more polished final draft are some beefier descriptions and the inclusion of some alternate dialogue for sequences that director Steven Spielberg would have to choose from. This gives the reader an additional “alternate universe” for certain scenes. The script also includes some moments that were filmed but cut, such as the reveal of why the Triceratops was only sick “every six weeks” and not all the time.

The only part of the script not included are the “Appendices.” These were two pages at the end of the script that had John Hammond’s dialogue heard during the lunch scene as a slide show played behind the characters. Most copies of the script didn’t include these pages, so their absence isn’t exactly inaccurate to what the majority of cast and crew members had. Thankfully, they do at least get mentioned in one of the book’s many annotations, featuring a summary of what they consisted of.

               INTRODUCTION & ANNOTATIONS BY JAMES MOTTRAM

The author of both Insight Editions ‘Jurassic’ Visual History books returns to provide additional content alongside the script. A lengthy introduction details the overall history of the film’s screenplays, before unveiling Koepp’s draft itself. Nearly every spread features an annotated section on the side, containing information that ranges from details exclusively revealed by David Koepp himself, comparisons to earlier drafts, alternate ideas from the previous screenwriters, and other behind-the-scenes intel. The added material James Mottram provides is written in a clear and engaging way that greatly stirs the excitement of the reader as they delve into the film’s script. One of the many exclusive quotes from Koepp explains why his original draft did not include Ian Malcolm; the mathematician who constantly is at odds with what ‘Jurassic Park’ is trying to accomplish.

“Honestly, it was because it was too hard,” he admits. “If you read the book, he talks a lot. He talks about math a lot, and he talks and abstracts a lot. And I just couldn’t figure out how to make it visual. I couldn’t figure out how to. And I thought about all sorts of things.”

               INSIGHT ABOUT THE PREVIOUS SCREENWRITERS AND THEIR DRAFTS

As mentioned, the annotations not only cover Koepp and his various drafts but also the screenwriters who tackled the film before him. Michael Crichton was the first to adapt his own novel into a screenplay, producing a pair of completed drafts. One detail James conjures is how a Crichton draft opened with a scene that would later front Spielberg’s film adaptation of ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park.’

In his revised draft, Crichton opened with a variation on the novel’s second major sequence, where a young vacationer, Tina, is attacked on a deserted Costa Rican beach by a Compy. He also includes another early scene from the novel, set at New York’s Tropical Disease Lab, in which one Dr. Richard Stone and his technician Alice examine Tina’s sketch of the Compy, with Stone reaching the conclusion it’s a lizard.

This book is the first official publication to reveal that Rick Carter, the production designer of ‘Jurassic Park,’ also created his own unique “working document” draft. He wrote and assembled it during the production’s downtime when Steven Spielberg left to film ‘Hook.’ Jurassic Time created an epic “illustrated audio drama” version of his take on the film, which includes a unique item most fans would certainly love: a Spitter umbrella that squirts water from its “mouth.” Rick details the inclusion of this gag, among many other new notes.

“The idea of an umbrella squirting water is pretty ridiculously funny,” says Carter. “You have this thing designed to keep the water out. It’s actually squirting water!” The concept of a branded novelty umbrella came up during brainstorming sessions, adds Carter, when he and others on the team began to consider, “How would the dinosaur experience be commercialized in that park, and that Visitor Center?”

James also had an exclusive conversation with Malia Scotch Marmo, the penultimate screenwriter brought on board. While she only penned a single draft as well, her ideas were still an important part of the screenwriting process until Spielberg ultimately chose another direction. Scotch Marmo even contributed to a vital casting recommendation that became a reality!

Described in the book as “twenty-four and darkly tanned,” with her blonde hair tied back, Dr. Ellie Sattler proved to be a difficult role to cast. “Steven sent me clips of young actresses to play Ellie,” recalls Scotch Marmo. “The clips showcased the actresses in previous film roles. I noticed they were all ingénues. They had youth and a certain naïveté and freshness. I kept thinking they were missing the mark. Ellie is a scientist. Perhaps because my father was an astrophysicist, I couldn’t buy the actors he was showing me as realistic in any way . . . in a science fiction movie like Jurassic Park believability was essential. Steven is very open to push back, and he asked, ‘Who would you like?’” The writer made a case for Laura Dern, who coincidentally had impressed Spielberg in the 1985 film Smooth Talk.

               LOADS OF CONCEPT ARTWORK, STORYBOARDS, & OTHER IMAGES

While both ‘Jurassic’ Visual History books were filled with production artwork and other images from the entire franchise, this book is only focused on the first film. Despite the included script being essentially the film that made it to the screen, the pages are filled with seemingly endless concept art, storyboards, and blueprints that cover many iterations. These materials transport the reader into the film’s art department during the creative process that helped shape the story just as much as the scripts did. This includes early designs by John Bell for lead characters before the actors were cast, never-before-seen storyboards of the famous Main Road attack sequence by David Lowery, a pair of slides from the lunch room scene by Caroline Quinn, and numerous artwork showcasing the omitted river and helicopter attack sequences. Peppered throughout are wonderful stills and other photographs from the film itself. Overall, much of the amazing artwork is not present in the other Insight Editions volumes, or any book.

Countless artists worked on the film, for a much longer period than most get these days. All the concept artwork is credited to each artist; however, the storyboards were tricky to identify given several artists often worked on just a single sequence. The final page of the book credits those artists who were able to be identified, but the entire art department should be forever applauded for their immense contributions to this film.

It wouldn’t be an honest article without referring to the “dinosaur in the room”: the front cover of this book. The artwork used was not made during the production of the film, but a recent selection of “key art” provided by Universal. To put it nicely, it’s definitely not the cover I would have chosen. It doesn’t appear inside the book itself, although a small selection of other recent artwork to celebrate the film’s 30th anniversary is present. They are, thankfully, quite a bit more appealing.

               FAN CONSULTATION

To be completely transparent, I (Derrick Davis) consulted on this book! I’ve been a massive fan of ‘Jurassic Park’ ever since I saw it at my local drive-in when I was 6 years old (which featured a sign that looks suspiciously familiar to those who have seen the extended cut of ‘Jurassic World: Dominion.’). I went on to create Jurassic Time, producing various programs and conducting interviews with people who worked on the films. I’ve also written many articles for Jurassic Outpost since 2021. I was also a consultant for Criterion’s release of Karel Zeman’s classic prehistoric film ‘Journey To The Beginning Of Time’ and the re-release of the ‘Jurassic Park’ soundtrack from La-La Land Records.

However, being asked by James Mottram to join him in the production of this book was a dream come true. I have always been entranced by the many scripts of ‘Jurassic Park,’ as well as the thousands of artwork that was created before cameras ever rolled. After I read the original ‘Making Of Jurassic Park’ book, I was obsessed with peeking further behind the curtain to see the creative process of how it was all done. Over the years, I collected hard to find documents and artwork that would have otherwise been lost in time. Several of these materials, along with my own insights, enhanced this book’s content. To be associated with a book like this, for my favorite film, is something I will be eternally thankful for.

Another fan is given special mention for helping with this book: Astrid Vega (pictured with me, above, in 2018). She once ran The Jurassic Park Collection, until she sadly passed away in 2019. Astrid was a collector of many production materials that she shared with fans for years, and thanks to her, some of those are now showcased in this book.

               DIGITAL E-BOOK EDITION ALSO AVAILABLE

While the physical hardcover edition is my preferred way to possess this unique book, there is also a digital e-book version available separately. This is a departure from both “Visual History” books, since those featured additional inserts that were referenced in the text that couldn’t be adapted in this format. Some may prefer a digital version for the cheaper price point and to avoid high shipping costs in certain areas of the world. E-books are also handy for quicker research, with the ability to find text in seconds. The way I see it, having a digital edition also available ensures all ‘Jurassic Park’ fans have a fair chance to seek a copy of this book!

THE PERFECT WAY TO CONCLUDE THE 30TH ANNIVERSARY!

This year’s 30th anniversary of ‘Jurassic Park’ is coming to an end, and what better way to celebrate it than by experiencing every word of the film in this fully illustrated form? Yeah, I know, I may be a little biased in this endorsement. However, I hope this detailed article on what the book consists of, with some exclusive first-look images, will entice you to seek a hardcover or digital copy today! This is the kind of book I have always wanted for ‘Jurassic Park!’ James Mottram, and the staff of Insight Editions, have gone out of their way to make this new entry in their series “spared no expense.” Perhaps someday the other films in the series will get script books of their own? There are definitely more stories to uncover, and artwork that deserves to be unearthed, before becoming extinct.

For an even deeper look at how this book was created, check out an engaging conversation with annotator & author James Mottram and consultant Derrick Davis.

Do you plan on checking out the first script book ever for a ‘Jurassic Park’ film? Would you like to see Insight Editions tackle ‘The Lost World’ next? Share your thoughts in the comments below and stay informed with Jurassic Outpost for the latest!

Production Designer Rick Carter Celebrates The 30th Anniversary Of ‘Jurassic Park’ With A New Art Exhibit & Prints!

The 30th anniversary of ‘Jurassic Park’ is nearing extinction. While there was sadly no major fan event akin to Universal Studios Hollywood’s 25th anniversary celebration, there were at least smaller opportunities throughout the year; such as theatrical screenings and an elaborate tribute store in Orlando. However, for those near Los Angeles, California, there is one final event to commemorate the third decade of ‘Jurassic.’

Production designer Rick Carter’s new art exhibition in Los Angeles, “Trip Outs & In”, is a showcase of his recent original paintings, cinematic collages, and A.I. inspired collages. It includes Rick’s “cinema room,” featuring artworks that reflect his production design process and film memorabilia from ‘Jurassic Park’ in honor of the film’s 30th anniversary! This special exhibit was created by Rick’s son, Jim Carter, through his Artist Agency Legacy West Media. Sponsored by The Container Yard, Excel Image Group, Sierra Nevada, The Lapis Press, & Jurassic Outpost!

Rick Carter’s production design process has been instrumental in bringing classic films to life for decades, such as ‘Forrest Gump’, ‘Back To The Future 2’, & ‘Avatar.’ They all get a spotlight in the “cinema room”, but Rick’s ‘Jurassic’ art features unique collages he created during ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’. For the first film, he cobbled together ideas for the now-iconic Visitor Center, and for the sequel he depicted dinosaurs on and off Isla Sorna.

During this time, prints of some of these collages from the ‘Jurassic’ films are on sale at Rick Carter’s Art site! These limited edition prints are numbered and signed by Rick himself, making for a unique and special addition to any fan’s collection!

The exhibit also features original art by Rick that is not related to any film, including portraits of faces that come to his mind. This collection of art, with prints also available, details Rick’s personal connection to faces of the world.

Rick Carter’s “Yellow Woman.”

“As an artist I have attempted over the years […] to express the spirit of the many people who now travel within me as I continue my journey [around the world]. […] Many of the people I now paint or draw have come from my imagination. I don’t know who will emerge when I begin. But I do know where most of them come from. They are derived mostly from the people I encountered while traveling. Over time, some of them have become embedded and then embellished like pearls into almost real characters within my soul. They resonate as a group inside of me – creating a dialogue amongst my inner collection of people.”

This exhibit will run from December 2nd to December 11th, but the prints will remain online until they are sold out. Don’t miss out on your chance to see or own official prints of production artwork from ‘Jurassic Park!’ It’s amazing that even after thirty years there is still much to see and talk about regarding the original films from the franchise. Rick’s art is a capsule of special moments in time where his creativity gave birth to what we all know and love today. But his vision goes beyond the films he worked on, and this exhibit is an amazing tribute to his inspirational talent, and an amazing human being.

Rick Carter with a Stan Winston animatronic T-Rex during the production of ‘Jurassic Park.’

For a look at how Rick Carter also adapted the script of ‘Jurassic Park’ during the film’s production, watch Jurassic Time’s ‘Rick Carter’s Jurassic Park,’ an illustrated audio drama! Also check out the newly-released ‘Jurassic Park: The Official Script Book‘ that contains new quotes from Rick with a concept sketch he made for the Visitor Center’s rotunda!

Rick Carter’s sketch artwork featured on the page to the right.

(Exhibit photos by James Meledandri.)

Will you be able to visit Rick Carter’s exhibit? Interested in his art prints? Did you know collages like Rick’s are instrumental in the design process of films like ‘Jurassic Park?’ Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to Jurassic Outpost for the latest!

Isla Sorna Expedition Pack Joins the Legacy Collection in Our Final Episode of Beyond The Gates!

This year has been full of exciting reveals from Mattel and the final episode is no different! Joining the Legacy Collection and expanding the vehicles from The Lost World: Jurassic Park, it’s the Isla Sorna Expedition Pack!

Featuring none other than Dieter Stark, this set comes with Compies, a Velociraptor, and InGen’s Unimog, based upon the original concept art for the movie by John Bell!

Join Chris, Mattel’s MVP Rafael Bencosme, along with conceptual artist on Jurassic Park and The Lost World John Bell who talks us through his artwork and inspiration! Watch the episode below:

The Isla Sorna Expedition Pack from Mattel is now available to pre-order exclusively (in the US) at Target.com! Don’t miss your chance to grow your own InGen vehicle collection by pre-ordering now.

We wanted to take a moment to thank each and every one of you who watched Beyond The Gates and supported the show over these last three years. It has been such an honour to work on this program, and to work so closely with the talented people at Universal Pictures and Mattel.

We always intended the episodes to feature as much new behind the scenes material as we could, and getting to speak with the incredible talent who made our favourite movies has been nothing short of a dream. Learning the processes behind designing Mattel’s collectibles with the very designers themselves has been so exciting, and we hope we’ve managed to entertain along the way.

Beyond The Gates spanned three seasons, and spawned the spinoff show Jurassic World Revealed which we also produced and localized for 7 countries.

We also want to take a moment to thank the incredibly talented composer Caleb Burnett who has been with us from the very beginning. He composed our wonderful theme music and episodic music throughout and also worked with us on Revealed. Beyond The Gates wouldn’t be what it is without you!

While our work with the show is coming to an end, you can expect more great things in the near future! Thank you again to our wonderful partners and to all of you for watching along!

– Jack and Chris

First Trailer for Netflix’s Camp Cretaceous Sequel Series ‘Jurassic World: Chaos Theory’!

After over a year of rumors, speculation, and anticipation the first official look at the ‘Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous’ sequel ‘Jurassic World: Chaos Theory‘ is here via Netflix’s Geeked Week! This trailer features our first look at Darius, and confirms that the storyline takes place years after Camp Cretaceous – much closer to the events of Jurassic World Dominion.

Take a look below and read on for everything we know about the new show!

After the park has closed, after the kingdom has fallen, a new era of chaos begins…. Jurassic World: Chaos Theory is coming to Netflix in 2024. About Jurassic World: From Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment, Jurassic World immerses audiences of all ages in a new era of wonder and thrills where dinosaurs and humankind must learn to coexist. Jurassic World is set against a global backdrop of diverse locations, with a sprawling story grounded in believable science and populated by distinctive dinosaurs, heroic humans, and cunning villains at both ends of the evolutionary spectrum. It is a larger-than-life destination for exploration, discovery, and epic adventure.

‘Jurassic World: Chaos Theory’ is believed to take place some years after the events of Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom in 2021, roughly a year to mere months before the bulk of events seen in Jurassic World Dominion. This would make the lead character, Darius Bowman, roughly 18 years old and the other ‘camp-fam’ characters in their late teens and early twenties. While it’s not confirmed who will be returning from Camp Cretaceous, we expect to see all of the Nublar Six to return over the show’s expected multi-season run.

The trailer doesn’t give much to go off of, other than showcasing the T. rex capture from Dominion suggesting the show will go full throttle into the dinosaurs on the mainland plot! To learn more, check out our rumor roundup and speculation videos about everything we currently know about ‘Chaos Theory’ – including theories about the characters and dinosaurs in the show!

Are you excited to see a show that will seemingly leave Isla Nublar, home of Jurassic Park, in the past? Let us know and stay tuned for all the latest news!

Order the Jurassic Park ‘Lab Tour Dr. Henry Wu’ on Mattel Creations!

THE DOCTOR IS IN! And Mr. DNA, where did you come from?

Mattel Creations have just launched pre-orders for this all-new Hammond Collection set, the Jurassic World Hammond Collection Lab Tour Dr. Henry Wu.

The set is a limited exclusive to Mattel Creations and is available to pre-order for $30 USD directly at the Mattel Creations website!

Check out the detail below:

Gain access to InGen’s ground zero, where the greatest dino DNA discoveries unfolded. Inside the Hammond Lab, your tour is led by the less-than-humble technician, Dr. Henry Wu, and an anthropomorphic double helix, Mr. DNA. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Jurassic Park, our exclusive set features first-time Hammond Collection characters, transporting you to the start of a story that’s millions of years old.   The journey opens in the unboxing. Breach the security system doors to enter the lab, where lights flicker ominously. The packaging includes film details, an egg incubator, and other testing equipment. There are even sounds, as Dr. Wu and Mr. DNA have 4 button-activated phrases triggered through a button on the packaging.   

• JURASSIC WORLD HAMMOND COLLECTION Lab Tour Dr. Henry Wu 
• Dr. Wu figure has swappable hands and 4 button-activated phrases 
• Mr. DNA speaks with 4 button-activated phrases      
• Accessories include a lab clipboard, raptor hatchling, and pencil 
• Lab lights flicker  
• Packaging features Mr. DNA, dino DNA genetic board, egg incubator structure, and testing equipment   

Colors and decorations may vary. Purchase limits subject to change at the sole discretion of Mattel.

The set joins an ever-growing variety of Jurassic Park and Jurassic World collectibles from Mattel’s Hammond Collection. Check out a gallery of photos below!

A lot of love has gone into this set and if you want to grow your own Jurassic collection with the original 1993 Dr. Henry Wu, be sure to pre-order it now, directly on Mattel Creations!

New Animated Show Announced by Netflix – Jurassic World: Chaos Theory

You heard that right, Netflix have announced the Camp Cretaceous sequel show and will unveil even more information this November.

Jurassic World: Chaos Theory takes it’s title from Dr. Ian Malcolm’s signature line, and will release on the streaming platform Netflix in 2024.

Not much is known about the show at this time, but we speculate that some, if not all, of the Camp Cretaceous alumni will return in this adventure.

You can learn more about the show in the videos above and below – and be sure to share your thoughts in the comments for what you hope to see in Chaos Theory!

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Fallen Kingdom’s Carnotaurus Joins The Hammond Collection in Beyond the Gates

Mattel’s Hammond Collection keeps on growing! Last month the show unveiled Owen and Blue from Jurassic World, and this month Fallen Kingdom’s Carnotaurus joins the collection.

Join Chris, Mattel’s Greg Murphy, and Fallen Kingdom’s Visual Effects Supervisor David Vickery who go behind the scenes through the detailed design process for both the toy and the film dinosaur! Check out the full episode below:

This new item from Mattel is now available to pre-order exclusively (in the US) at Target.com! Don’t miss your chance to grow your Fallen Kingdom Hammond Collection by pre-ordering now.

Don’t miss more Beyond The Gates next month!

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‘The Hatchling’ – a Original Dinosaur Short Film – Bring’s the Jurassic World Vibes

An all-new original short film ‘The Hatchling‘ featuring plenty of dinosaurs has roared online! While it is not an official entry into the Jurassic World universe or a production by Universal Pictures, it is sure to be right up your alley. Drawing clear inspiration from Amblin classics such as ‘The Goonies’ and ‘ET,’ this short film transports viewers to a world reminiscent of Jurassic Park (and dare we say, a more grounded Camp Cretaceous), complete with numerous easter eggs for all the dedicated fans like ourselves.

The production comes from quite a few members of the Jurassic Park community (with full transparency: Chris Pugh, from our own website, is among them). Although it doesn’t formally position itself as a fan film, ‘The Hatchling’ offers a surprisingly high-quality experience despite its modest scale.

So what are you waiting for, watch ‘The Hatchling’ below (after all, it’s only 10 minutes long)!

“Introducing ‘THE HATCHLING,’’ an original short film that transports you to a world where dinosaurs and man coexist. Nestled within the picturesque outskirts of Pine Ridge, a tight-knit group is thrust into a thrilling adventure to help reunite a baby Deinocheirus with its family in the sun-soaked wilds. Alongside evading the wrath of prehistoric beasts, our heroes are entangled in a web of forces who wish to capture the infant for their dubious agendas.

THE HATCHLING features high-quality independent filmmaking and beautiful visual effects–all available to watch on YouTube. Starring Carrie Gibson (HBO’S Barry), April Consalo (Cannibal Mukbang), Lamonte Forte-Jordan, and Liam Krivcov. From director Tim Cianfano, producers Max Bellomio, Anthony Feliciano, Luke Lotardo, and Chris Pugh, and writers Bri Bollmann, Tim Cianfano, and Chris Pugh, viewers of all ages are guaranteed a thrilling ride.”

So what did you think? Be sure to let us know, and if you have a project you want featured here sound off. We hope to see more projects from all the independent filmmakers and storytellers out there tackle dinosaurs in the future!

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What Happened to the Live-Action Jurassic World TV Series?

Do you remember the reports of a live-action Jurassic World television series being in development? The series had enlisted Jurassic alumni Colin Trevorrow and Steven Spielberg as producers, alongside newcomers Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank, both presidents at Amblin Television.

It listed Vancouver, Canada as its primary production location, which is a film and TV hotspot, and where Jurassic World Dominion began filming in 2020.

Unfortunately the show never left the early development phase, but what happened? We explore this and more in our new video:

What kind of Jurassic Park (or World) show would you like to see? Would you like to go back to the construction of the original Jurassic Park, or would you like to see a dinosaur-infested world post Dominion? Let’s discuss below!