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Two New Jurassic World Stills Released
Posted by Jack DLM - Saturday 13 December 2014 at 07:42PM - 4 Comments

Two new stills from the upcoming Jurassic World have been posted online, showing a slightly different look at some scenes from the trailer. The stills come from a Twitter user - thanks to Christian for sending them my way.

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While the images don't offer anything new, they show us slightly different angles from scenes in the trailer, especially in the first shot. Now we can see more of the Mercedes vehicle, which is looking fantastic. I did initially think these were just stills from the official website but they are indeed different, mainly just showing it from a different angle.

When do you think we'll next see something from the film? Join in the discussion on our forum and be sure to check out our trailer analysis video!

Source: Twitter



Irrfan Khan: 'It will be like a scary adventure'
Posted by Jack DLM - Wednesday 10 December 2014 at 10:56PM - 5 Comments

ImageIn a recent interview with THR, Jurassic World actor Irrfan Khan (Slumdog Millionaire, Life of Pi) spoke a bit about the film and why the sequel won't disappoint the fans.

Irrfan Khan plays the outrageous park owner Masrani, who is the CEO of Masrani Global, the company that runs Jurassic World.

What can you tell us about your upcoming role in Jurassic World?
I'm playing the park owner, a very flamboyant person. When the first Jurassic Park came out, I barely had the money to see it and now I'm playing a part. He's trying to entertain the world with good intentions, but sometimes being flamboyant doesn't mean having much wisdom.

What can people expect from this film, different from the original?
For sure it will have more vibe. It's the Jurassic World of these times, with all the technical experimentation. It has now become a fully-bloomed dinosaur amusement park. Dinosaurs in this film will definitely be scary, but this is not a horror film, so it will be like a scary adventure.

Was the filmmaking process difficult, with so many CGI costars?
As an actor what's most important is how the story and the director make you feel on the set and that's immaterial if you have CGI or real partners. If you have a good chemistry with the director everything's fine and I really loved the playfulness of the script and Colin's approach.

You can read more about the fictional company Masrani Global at the official viral website here. If you haven't done so already, make sure you do check the website out as it has a lot of information about the history of the park, John Hammond, and gives us a clearer picture of the history of InGen since the events in 1993.

Source: THR



Jack Horner breaks down the Jurassic World trailer
Posted by Jack DLM - Wednesday 10 December 2014 at 10:34AM - 7 Comments

ImagePaleontologist Jack Horner, who has advised on all three Jurassic Park movies so far, sat down with Max Kutner from the Smithsonian to run him through the first trailer for Jurassic World, which he also advised on.

Jack gives a bit of background into how he got involved in the first movie and how Steven Spielberg had approached him. He discusses how accurate the dinosaurs were on screen and gives a bit of info on Dr Alan Grant, who was supposedly based on both Jack Horner and Robert Bakker.

They then move on to discuss the Jurassic World trailer, talking first about the impressive Mosasaur, with Jack informing us that the Mosasaur is in fact not a dinosaur - it's a marine reptile.

Is it safe to canoe alongside dinosaurs, like they do at Jurassic World?
I don’t see why not…If you have plant-eating dinosaurs, there’s no reason you couldn’t. They’re going to act just like modern animals we have today. It would be like hanging around a bunch of cows.

Jack Horner has always been positive about the film itself and has often stated that the new dinosaur is going to be terrifying, which he does again here:

Can you give any hints about what to expect from the new movie?
It’s going to be a good one. And the made-up dinosaur is going to be very scary.

What are your thoughts on the new hyrbid dinosaur that we got a tiny glimpse of in the trailer? Let us know in the comments section below!

Source: Smithsonian



Chris Pratt didn't like the Jurassic World trailer
Posted by Jack DLM - Saturday 06 December 2014 at 02:05PM - 9 Comments

While lead actor Chris Pratt has always been positive when speaking about the upcoming fourth Jurassic film, he recently spoke with Vulture about the trailer and unfortunately he wasn't too positive about it.

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Vulture were with Chris Pratt at an awards-season party celebrating The Lego Movie. While eating multiple Lego based cupcakes, the conversation turned to the trailer for Jurassic World, to which Chris Pratt supposedly cringed at.

"I'm just like, Aw, why did I do that with my eyebrow? Unfortunately, it was one of those things you do as an artist where you're hypercritical about it the first time you see it. I had to take a couple steps back and keep watching it before I was like, 'Oh my God, that is really good.' So it took me two or three times seeing it before I knew it was great, but that's how I was with Guardians of the Galaxy, that's how I was with The Lego Movie, that's how I am with everything I'm in."

You do often hear that some actors don't like to watch their own performances, so he may not exactly be knocking the trailer but more judging his own performance when seeing it for the first time. However, he did say one more thing that should help to ease those who aren't convinced on the film after seeing the first trailer:

"The movie's gonna be ten times better than the trailer."

And there we have it. When do you expect we'll be seeing another trailer for the film? Perhaps February? I'm personally thinking we'll see one during the Superbowl, which means it's going to be a long Winter!

Source: Vulture



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