Spoilers On The Dinosaurs, Park, And More From ‘Jurassic World’

Posted Sunday, May 25th, 2014 09:00 pm GMT -4 by

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While most of what I’m going to be sharing with you might not exactly be spoilers, if you like to go into a film with no details you are going to want to skip this post about ‘Jurassic World‘. We’ve got some details to share with you about the park that will be shown off in the movie as well as some details about the park itself, the dinosaurs found within, and most importantly SCIENCE! So if you don’t want to know anything about the film (or science), you are going to want to close out of the tab now and check our next article.

Still here? Good. I knew you would be. You clearly clicked on an article with spoilers in the title.

So first up, let us talk about the park. All things considered, the original ‘Jurassic Park’ may have failed miserably with dinosaurs getting on the loose but either it was revived or a new one was built that has become the most popular theme park in the world! In the film, it will actually be a real running theme park that has a monorail, shops, rides, and shows! I mean, who wouldn’t want to take their kids to see real dinosaurs over a talking cartoon mouse, am I right? The location of the park is off of Florida and you’ll take a high speed shuttle boat to get there. Some of what we know about it is that there will be a Dino petting zoo (I know petting zoos are generally frowned upon but I would want to see that attraction), a Hologram informational center to learn about dinosaurs and the process used to recreate them, and a ‘Gyrosphere’ ride that allows you to go around in the “wild” and get a good look at the dinos.

So while that sounds like a lot of fun, things, of course,  go wrong. Why wouldn’t they? Why do they go wrong? Well, SCIENCE! In order to try to keep customers interested by giving them shiny new things, the park decides to make new creatures by splicing together DNA from things like a T-Rex, raptor, snake, and cuttlefish. This new dinosaur, of course, goes wild and runs rampant through the park and those visiting it.

Even before the success of ‘Godzilla,’ films like ‘Pacific Rim‘ have shown us all that the lure of watching giant monsters and all fight one another is still a big draw. So in this film we’re going to have a lot of dinosaurs fighting one another. We’ll be seeing good vs. bad dinosaurs where the good ones were trained by Chris Pratt’s character and the bad one(s) will be the newly genetically engineered species. Nice.

What do you think about the creation of a working park? What are your thoughts on dino vs dino action that we should be seeing? Share your thoughts below!

Jurassic World hits theaters on June 12, 2015 and stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D’Onofrio, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Judy Greer, Katie McGrath and Lauren Lapkus.

Source: JoBlo

  • Ash Tambent

    You’re several months too late on the functioning Park spoiler and several weeks too late on the New Dinosaur WHICH you have apparently read wrong like many others. The quote I read states that it is not SPLICED from the DNA of those animals but is simply described using those animals as examples for the attributes it possesses.

    The new Dinosaur is almost certainly the Carnotaurus from The Lost World novel. It is described as being as smart and cunning as the Raptors and as imposing as the Tyrannosaur with the ability to camouflage itself like a Cuttlefish and open it’s mouth really wide like a Snake.

    If I am wrong then it will be irrelevant anyway as any movie featuring a splice-a-saurus will be a FAIL.

    • Juan Pedia

      I really hope you’re right about the Carnotaurus. Whatever plot was written would work with real dinosaur species, I’m sure. No need to make anything up.
      If we do see the rumored fictional D-Rex next year, I will have to put up with it, but I won’t be happy about it.

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