Universal Pictures (UP) has always entertained his fans with good stories, including best quality visualization and cinematography. Many people happened to know the existence of dinosaurs of tyrannosaurs in Jurassic Park. Jurassic Park, a novel written by Michael Crichton in 1990 and was adopted in 1993 by Steven Spielberg for filming purpose. The story was nicely directed that focused on how did they preserve the dino-DNA of extinct species (dinosaurs) from the mosquitos captured and stuck in an amber (fossilized tree sap) thousand years back. The two sequels (Jurassic Park – 1990 and The Lost World – 1995) was then re-published in 1997 as a single book with a name Jurassic World.
The cast was amazing including Jeff Goldblum (Ian Malcolm), Lauren Dern (Ellie Settler), Sam Neill (Alan Grant), Richard Attenborough (John Hammond), Samuel L. Jackson (Ray Arnold), Wayne Knight (Dennis Nerdy), Ariana Richard (Lex Murphy) and Joseph Mazello (Tim Muphy) as the leading characters.
Now let’s get on to Jeff as Ian Malcolm, a well-known mathematician and chaos theorist, having been consulted before the park’s creation is emphatic in his prediction that the park will collapse, as it is an unsustainable simple structure bluntly forced upon a complex system. Because the also bred T-rex in there.
And then after taking a break of 14 years UP came back with a massive screenplay, amazing cast, latest technologies and new rivalries, Jurassic World (2015). The film was directed and co-written by Colin Trevorrow, produced by Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley. Chris Pratt (Owen) and Bruce Dallas Howard (Claire) were leading characters in the film.
Chris played the role of trainer/guardian/mother of young dinosaurs or whatever you name it. His chemistry was so beautiful with them although they were T-rex. But they were the helpful end of the day.
They had used robotic dinosaurs because they wanted it to look real and for actors, it was sometimes too scary as it looked like a real giant creature, in the first part and now they had tried to keep the same tradition in the sequel.
And now they are coming back next year with our favorite macho character who has grown old, Dr. Malcolm in Jurassic World: the Fallen Kingdom who appears in scenes set off the island in courtroom repeating his memorable quote of “Life finds a way”.
Pratt said: “[Fallen Kingdom] is going to be a scarier version, a little bit darker, and will continue to expand and carry the story forward in a way that is really unexpected and you wouldn’t have imagined.”
Jurassic World: the Fallen Kingdom will be released 7 June 2018.