The first 30 seconds of the Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom trailer had me convinced that a thick-necked Chris Pratt and freshly bang-ed Bryce Dallas Howard were going to give up this dino shit to fuck in that dive bar, but sadly, I was mistaken.
Laura Dern was implanting feminist messaging in our brains as far back as 1993.
Do you remember that scene in Jurassic Park when Dr. Grant (Sam Niell) and Dr. Sattler (Laura Dern) ask Dr. Hammond (Richard Attenborough) whether or not he has a Tyrannosaurus Rex on the island? You know, when that wackadoo billionaire giggles and says, “We have a T-Rex,” and then Grant just about has a heart attack…
Here’s what we know: Some three quarters of all plant and animal life on our planet—including all non-avian dinosaurs—were wiped out during a mass-extinction event about 66 million years ago.
Jurassic World is delighting audiences, smashing box office records, and making people excited about dinosaurs again. But did you notice the movie is also sort of terrible? If the new installment of Jurassic Park left you with questions, our patented Spoiler FAQ has the answers you didn’t even know you needed!
Jurassic World, out tomorrow, is getting praise for its awesome dinosaur action. But it’s also getting a lot of criticism for its characters, especially the way it handles Bryce Dallas Howard. We talked to director Colin Trevorrow about how to make a monster movie in the Age of Sharktopus.
With the release of Jurassic World just around the corner, we wanted to revisit the Steven Spielberg classic that started it all. 1993’s Jurassic Park has its share of great male characters (hello, Dr. Ian Malcolm!), but is most notable for its abundance of female roles. Below is our list of the 10 best female…
The newest (and possibly final) trailer for Jurassic World was released today, and it gave viewers an extended glimpse at the park’s newest attraction: a genetically engineered, “highly intelligent” killing machine of a female dinosaur. Let’s call her Mary Ellen.
They're so similar.
Admit it. You know perfectly well what this is. You know exactly where it's going. And you're going to watch it, because you already know it's perfect.
Jeff Goldblum continues to live the very chillest of lives: Yesterday he stopped by Late Night and treated Seth Meyers and audience to a special version of the Jurassic Park theme. Sample lyrics: "I'm so scared that I'll be eaten." He proceeded to lead a sing-along.
It would be the best thing ever. Replace all the dinosaurs with cats!
I think I've made my feelings on Jurassic Park pretty clear (DINOS DINOS DINOS I AM PRO), but I wasn't certain how to feel about the announcement back in March that a Jurassic Park 4 was to be a thing. I mean, the first two sequels were sooooo garbagey—and it's such a weird progression to be like, "Yeah, we know we…
When I was 12, in 1994, I basically did three things: watch The Fugitive, watch A League of Their Own, and watch Jurassic Park. Oh, and listen to Weird Al's "Off the Deep End." Four things. Over and over and over. (Oh!!! And play that Yo! Noid Nintendo game! Five things! But this is not relevant.) In that…