Today is the 25th anniversary of Jurassic Park. I was 11 years old when it came out. Here’s what I remember.
The last few trailers for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom have hinted at it, but this new featurette states it plainly: With this sequel, the team behind the iconic franchise hopes to change everything.
Well, if you count “constantly running away from carnivorous dinosaurs” as “living,” I guess.
Lots of fans walk out of superhero movies wishing they were Wonder Woman or Iron Man, but does the same thing happen with the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park or Jurassic World? Dino cosplay is apparently live, well, and not at all concerned with anatomical accuracy, as these new inflatable thunder lizard costumes reveal.
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the nifty little tchotchkes tempting our wallets lately. This week: Lego rides its chibi-style figurines all the way to the future, Hot Toys unleashes its take on a very beardy Captain America, and a weirdly cute Deadpool. Take a look!
Universal has unveiled a nearly 18-minute fan recreation of Jurassic Park, with actors, animation, and puppets bringing some of the film’s most classic scenes to life. You know what they say: Fandom, uh, finds a way.
The man who first ventured into Jurassic World will return to it for the trilogy’s end.
This year will mark the 25th anniversary of Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. It’s only appropriate, then, that we get more late-night parodies of it.
In the most inevitable convergence, Jeff Goldblum has now met his Sexy Ian Malcolm Funko Pop. And his reaction is, well... it involves some stroking.
After a few years of running around outside catching wild Pokémon, fans will soon have the opportunity to do the same with dinosaurs.
The plots in most films inevitably end up being driven by the bad decisions people make. But Universal’s Jurassic Park franchise has always been a little difficult to buy into, because nobody seems to be capable of understanding how profoundly dumb an idea it would be to bring dinosaurs back from extinction.
The Jurassic World trilogy will end three years from now.
Jurassic Park didn’t exactly tone down its violence and make its dino-stars seem like friendly petting zoo fodder, but that didn’t stop a part of me from fantasizing about one day riding a velociraptor like a mighty stallion. A fantasy that, thanks to Fisher-Price, can now be a reality for kids with this Power Wheels…
You can’t have a Jurassic movie without humans fighting dinosaurs. But, in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the dinosaurs aren’t the only disaster they’re up against. There’s also a giant ass volcano.
This Thursday, we’ll get our first meaty look at the follow-up to Jurassic World (now with exactly 400 percent more Jeff Goldblum). But before that, we’re getting early details on just what Fallen Kingdom is about... and it apparently revolves around the people behind Jurassic World being dumb enough to build a park…
Oh, those are dinosaurs, all right. A lot of dinosaurs.
Aww, Velociraptors are adorable! So what if they were the scariest creatures in Jurassic Park—making us sympathize with a T-Rex because, hey, at least it had a fighting chance against those awful things? Here, in the first (very brief) look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, we’ve got the return of Chris Pratt: The…
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's round up of all the delightful toys hurtling around the internet demanding our attention this week. This time, everything is giant! (Except for the very tiny lightsaber remote!) But apart from that, if you want large robots, large dinosaurs, and large Jason Momoas, we’ve got the toys…
We’re inching closer and closer to the release of Thor: Ragnarok, where we’ll be treated to hours of Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett, and the eternally delightful Jeff Goldblum—who even in smaller doses, like this adorable 10-second synopsis of his upcoming film, is still the grandest of masters.
Dr. George Church is a real-life Dr. Frankenstein. The inventor of CRISPR and one of the minds behind the Human Genome Project is no longer content just reading and editing DNA—now he wants to make new life. In Ben Mezrich’s latest book, Wooly: The True Story of the Quest to Revive One of History’s Most Iconic Extinct…