Jurassic World

Jurassic World Blu-Ray/DVD cover art and special features revealed!
Posted by RyanJPShu - Tuesday 28 July 2015 at 08:32PM - 4 Comments

Our first look at the Jurassic World Blu-Ray/DVD cover art has been revealed, as well as a full list of the Blu-Ray special features! The cover art has the same design as many of the promotional posters and banners - featuring Owen riding along side the raptor squad on his motorcycle. 

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A list featuring variant cover art and releases can be viewed here

What may be even more exciting than the cover art itself - a full list of the Blu-Ray special features!  We now have a good idea as to what we will be seeing in the bonus content, as the title of each special feature gives us a solid indicator. 


The title of each Jurassic World special feature are listed as follows: 

  • Jurassic World - Jurassic Props: 9m 26s
  • Jurassic World - The Experts: 5m 21s
  • Jurassic World - The Sound And The Fury: 12m 19s
  • Jurassic World - Chris And Colin Take On The World:  8m 33s
  • Jurassic World - Building The Gyrosphere: 4m 15s
  • Jurassic World - Deleted Scenes: 5m 52s 
  • Jurassic World - Dinosaurs Roam Once Again: 15m 47s
  • Jurassic World - Classic Jurassic: 7m 6s
  • Jurassic World - Your Host For Jurassic World... Jimmy Fallon!: 2m 32s
  • Jurassic World - The Innovation Center Tour With Chris Pratt: 2m 0s
  • Jurassic World - All Access Pass: 10m 9s
  • Universal Pictures - Jurassic World Pearl & Dean Ident: 1m 0s

Tell us what special features you are most excited for down in the comments section below, and make sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook!

Source: BBFC, Blu-​Ray

Jurassic World Blu-Ray will include almost six minutes of deleted scenes!
Posted by RyanJPShu - Saturday 25 July 2015 at 02:33AM - 20 Comments

Looks like we have a few more minutes of Jurassic World footage waiting in store for us! Recent information was released confirming that the Blu-ray will indeed feature deleted scenes from the film - with an approximate run-time of 5m 52s.


Exact details of the deleted scenes were not disclosed, but we will most definitely see an extended scene at the waterfall with Claire and Owen, when Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) smears dinosaur droppings on her body. We also might get an extended look at Gray and Zach walking through the jungles of Nublar, right before they visit the old visitor center. Both scenes were featured in earlier trailers but were cut prior to the film's release. 

With 5m 52s of material, there is sure to be some incredible footage that will help us dive deeper into the lore of this franchise. Tell us in the comments section below what deleted scenes you think might be on the Blu-ray - or tell us what you would like to see! 

Source: BBFC

Jurassic World sequel to hit cinemas on June 22, 2018!
Posted by Jack DLM - Thursday 23 July 2015 at 07:54PM - 29 Comments

Variety have just reported that the sequel to Jurassic World has just been greenlit by Universal Pictures and will hit cinemas on June 22, 2018!

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The report states that Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are set to return, and that Colin Trevorrow will co-write the script with writing partner Derek Connolly.

It is our understanding that a first draft of the script is due in August.

Stay tuned as this story develops!

Source: Variety

Jurassic World passes 'Avengers' to become third-highest grossing film of all time!
Posted by RyanJPShu - Wednesday 22 July 2015 at 10:37PM - 8 Comments

Dinosaurs continue to rule the summer, as Jurassic World is now the third-highest grossing film of all time - sitting behind 'Titanic' and 'Avatar.'  The film pushed past 'The Avengers' ($1.520 billion) on Tuesday with an estimated $1.522 billion and rising!


Jurassic World has earned a respected $614.3 million domestically, while it's international sales have currently reached $907.3 million. Rising to third place is an amazing accomplishment but it still has a long way to go before beating out 'Titanic' ($2.186 billion) and 'Avatar' ($2.788 billion), inflation aside. 

Jurassic World has yet to open in Japan - Aug 5th - and sales are not expected to push the film above third place.

Either way, the film has exceeded expectations far and wide and it's fantastic to have a 'Jurassic' film take the third place crown! Tell us what you think the final numbers will be for the film in the comments section below and as always, keep checking back here for all your Jurassic World news!

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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