Jurassic Park movies with some wardrobe changes. This explains a lot. Check out the mosquito in amber, and Jeff Goldblum is even taller.
Spoilers for Jurassic World ahead, please don’t read if you don’t want to be spoiled.
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These can’t be a coincidence, right? Stop looking at me like that. I’m not crazy!
It’s a dark and stormy night as Nedry drives furiously to the docks. Beside him are 30 dinosaur embryos, which he stole from his employers InGen to give to their rival geneticist company Biosyn for $1.5 million. However, he loses himself in the storm and for a second, all seems lost. But fortunately for him, he finds…
In December of last year, NBC asked several scientists why there’s been so many (and so many big) dinosaur discoveries lately. To a person, they all mentioned the same factor: Jurassic Park came out in theaters 20 years ago.
There are rumors released about the plot of the next Jurassic Park movie called Jurassic World that sound fun and crazy. The above image is a concept art for the park. Apparently there are good and bad dinosaurs with interesting spliced creatures too.
If you have a spare $16,200 (though likely will need more than that), you can place a bid for the famous velociraptor cage at the beginning of the Jurassic Park movie. You even get a full sized raptor to go with it. They spared no expense!
Fair warning: it's possible that I just like it because it's friggin' Jurassic Park. There's a high nostalgia-factor associated with that movie. But I think the performer did a good job here.
Featuring music from Superman, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Jurassic Park, and Pirates of the Caribbean.
Even though Jurassic Park, the movie and the book, are both fantasy thrillers, people often confuse them for actual science. Among these confusions is whether or not "dino DNA" could survive for millions of years within mosquitoes that have preserved in amber. JP says yes: science continues to say no, with new…
I saw this on The Awl and I wished I had written it. The author goes on about how the movie blew her 8-year old mind and how she has the whole movie memorized and is now completely obsessed with movie and dinosaurs and the "Triforce of Science."
Some resourceful guys made this with only spray paint cans and pizza boxes. Loads of work-in-progress shots at Buzzfeed.
Inspiration can hit in the strangest of place. The other day, it hit me here on io9 - HARD!
Like many of you, this weekend, I went to the theater to revisit a childhood classic - Jurassic Park. And while rewatching it, I decided to finally write something I had wanted to write for a long time. Essentially, I want to present the following idea:
Anyone else get the chance to see Jurassic Park this weekend?!
She starred in last night's SyFy movie Battledogs, a thoughtful exploration of security vs. individual rights and the ethics of biowarfare research. At least that's the movie someone could have made. Instead we got a crapfest about people turning into large wolves when they get angry. Anyway, you've probably seen…