On paper, there’s no way that the Jurassic Park franchise can fail. How can you not love genetically created dinosaurs chasing after a bunch of dumb humans and causing havoc in the process?
When Jurassic World was released in 2015, though, not many people were convinced that the magic would still be there.
It was the third sequel to the classic movie helmed by Steven Spielberg in 1993, but Spielberg wouldn’t be behind the camera once again.
Plus, it would serve as a soft reboot to the popular franchise. Jurassic World director, Colin Trevorrow, confirmed to Independent that Spielberg still played a crucial role in the franchise as an executive producer.
“He obviously cares about all of his films, and I know Indiana Jones is important. But Indiana Jones was also George Lucas. That was his character. This was [Spielberg’s] franchise and it is very personal to him. He loves dinosaurs!” he said.
Pulling in over $1.6 billion at the global box office, and with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom already sitting pretty with over $400 million before its official release in the U.S., the winning combination of dinosaur vs man seems to be set to continue for many years to come.
In celebration, we’ll be looking back at Jurassic World and all the behind-the-scenes secrets and drama that you might not know about.
Unfortunately, we still don’t know what is Blue’s favorite movie or video game, but we promise to continue searching for the answers there.
With that said, here are the 20 Behind-The-Scenes Secrets Only True Fans Know About Jurassic World.
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