Lego Jurassic Park Is Everything We Wanted It To Be, And More

A father and his eight-year-old daughter worked together (with a lot of dad's friends) on this three-minute homage to Jurassic Park, which used some $100,000 worth of Legos to recreate the dino classic (the real movie cost $63 million, so ...). See the fruits of their labors below, followed by a making-of video. » 3/20/15 6:00pm 3/20/15 6:00pm

Why Jurassic World Should Just Give Us The Feathered Dinosaurs We Want

Jurassic Park and its sequels have never been what you'd call scientifically accurate. (Sorry, Dr. Malcolm, standing still isn't camouflage.) And, yet, somehow, the lack of feathers is the inaccuracy that most rankles. Does it really matter that the new dinos will be scaly instead of soft? You bet it does. Here's why. » 2/13/15 4:20pm 2/13/15 4:20pm

But Wouldn't Jurassic World Be Better If The Raptors Drove Motorcycles?

The answer is yes; yes, one thousand times yes. For proof, all you need to do is watch this completely bizarre "parody" trailer, and you too will see that a Jurassic World that doesn't also feature herds of Goldblum-isaurs running freely through the plains is not the Jurassic World we deserve. » 2/13/15 7:40am 2/13/15 7:40am

Are There Any Michael Crichton Books Left To Turn Into Movies Or TV?

Michael Crichton is one of the authors with the best track records of being adapted successfully to movies and television, from Andromeda Strain to Jurassic World. So it makes sense that super-agency ICM has signed a deal to develop his work, especially previously unfilmed works. But what's left to adapt? » 1/14/15 8:00pm 1/14/15 8:00pm

Jurassic World Immortalizes The Late Richard Attenborough Perfectly

Sir Richard Attenborough passed away this weekend at the age of 90, but his cinematic legacy will live on. And given that Jurassic Park's entrepreneur John Hammond may be his best known role, it's only fitting that the upcoming sequel Jurassic World honor both the character and the actor — and they have. » 8/26/14 11:32am 8/26/14 11:32am