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New Jurassic World LEGO Sets Return to Jurassic Park!

It appears LEGO still has a few surprises up their sleeve for Jurassic World!

This evening, images of new Jurassic sets hit the web, and much to the joy of fans, one includes the much anticipated return to Jurassic Park in celebration of the films 25th anniversary. While the box-art remains Jurassic World focused, the set itself is based within the control room of Jurassic Park, with a nod to the lab and kitchen. Featuring Dr. Grant, Dr. Sattler, Lex, and Tim plus a classic Jurassic Velociraptor, it is a must for fans and collectors!

The classic set joins another World based set, featuring another fan favorite: the Dilophosaurus. The images and descriptions have surfaced on Walmart.com, and while it’s not confirmed as such, they’re thought to be exclusive to the retailer. Check them out below!

LEGO Jurassic World Jurassic Park Velociraptor Chase 75932

Recreate a classic scene from the original Jurassic Park movie with this fun LEGO set that celebrates the 25th anniversary of the original blockbuster movie. Open the kitchen cabinet to hide Lex and Tim Murphy from the prowling Velociraptor, use the locking door function to keep the dinosaur out of the computer control room, then push it through the breakable window to continue the chase. This dinosaur set includes 4 minifigures and a Velociraptor figure.


LEGO Jurassic World Dilophosaurus Outpost Attack 75931

Brace the hunters for a fierce Dilophosaurus Outpost Attack in this fun play set inspired by Jurassic World. Step down from the lookout tower and crane, featuring exploding gate and wall functions, crate and baby Dilophosaurus*, and use the tranquilizer gun to stop the Dilophosaurus breaking through the fences. This dinosaur set includes 3 minifigures and 2 dinosaur figures.


*Note: while the official description says baby Dilophosaurus, it is clearly baby Blue and on the box it is listed as a generic baby dino

We love the name of that Dilophosaurus set, and the new Jurassic Park accurate paint job looks fantastic! Word is there are a few more Jurassic LEGO sets yet to be revealed (at least one is a Toys R Us exclusive), so stay tuned as there are sure to be more reveals soon! Fingers crossed for John Hammond and the classic Jurassic vehicles.

Are you a fan of the LEGO Jurassic sets? Sound off in the comments below!

Source: Walmart (Set 1, Set 2)


56 thoughts on “New Jurassic World LEGO Sets Return to Jurassic Park!

  1. Awesome! As much as I’m glad they’re going back to the original film, another velociraptor set seems a bit meh. I get that they’re the most popular dino in the franchise, but we’re seriously lacking some herbivores. Also no Goldblum 🙁 If the rumour that there is at least one unrevealed set yet to be seen, at least we can hold out for a possible herbivore! I doubt it though, LEGO seems to think that only carnivores sell. Why else would they not release a set with that Triceratops mould they have from a few years back in the 2012 Dino line? It’s in scale with the other creatures and even appeared in the lego JP video game!

    Still, can’t fault either of these two sets beyond that! They both look great!

    1. The other set is rumoured to be underwater based. Build is a submarine and the mosasaurus is the sets dino. Figures include Zia, a pilot and some more figs. This is just a rumor though

      1. Hmm, interesting. Personally I’d rather a herbivore-based set than another carnivore one but at least the Mosasaur would be a brand new figure.

        I just don’t get why the Velociraptor has been so abundant in the LEGO sets. The least they could have done is switched out Blue in the Fallen Kingdom helicopter set and replaced her with a herbivore of some sort, but ah well, at least we got one all new herbivore in the form of the Stygimoloch.

  2. On the one hand, 75932 is a start. On the other, we KNOW they can do better since they already DID SO in the game, and have repeatedly had better handed to them gift-wrapped on Ideas.

    I’ll probably end up half-dismantling the set and redesigning it to be more game- or movie-accurate.

    1. LEGO have been known to release single sets for an event of some sort without any others to accompany it. In this case, one iconic scene to celebrate the 25th anniversary. Sadly, this may mean this is the only JP set we get. Fingers crossed though, I’m hoping for more herbivores.

      They will more than likely be released on April 12th, with the other sets.

  3. i don’t need more world or fallen kingdom sets, i need more original trilogy sets! thinkin… Tyrannosaurus Breakout (featuring grant, malcom, lex, tim, gennaro, rexy, a crushed ford explorer, and an intact one) Nedry’s escape (featuring nedry, a jeep with interchangeable numbers, and a dilophosaurus) InGen hunters (featuring one of those cars they drove with the trapping thingy, a parasurolophus, a triceratops, a stegosaurus, an apatosaurus a pachycephalosaurusm 3 compies, dieter stark, that guy who hunted the rex whose name i forgot, and 2 generic mercenaries) RV cliffhanger (featuring malcom, harding, nick (what’s his last name again?), carr, a whatever-that-car-he-drove-was, an RV with 2-3 sections, which can hang over an edge, a cliff edge which goes on the edge of a table, desk, or closet, the baby rex, and the male and female rexes) velociraptor warehouse chase (featuring kelly, harding, malcom, 2 velociraptors,and a small warehouse) tyrannosaurus san diego rampage (featuring a small gas station, 2 civilians, Malcom, Harding, ludlow, baby rex, and whichever-rex-went-to-san diego) spinosaurus plane destruction (featuring the kirbys, grant, billy, nashe, udesky, that one mercenary, a small plane with detachable wings and tail, and also plates with deenting detail that replace the regular ones, a not-too-huge-but-still-holds-the-plane tree, and the spinosaurus) pteranodon encounter (featuring billy, grant, eric, two pteranodons, three babies, a nest, and the parasail) polybags for purchases of $30 or more (john hammond, muldoon, or anyone else left out) and an overly long comment (featuring me talkning a lot about legos i want)

    1. “featuring one of those cars they drove with the trapping thingy”
      Those were modified, de-badged Jeeps–couldn’t have any other clear branding visible since Mercedes and Hummer shelled out for product-placement.

      We already did the small-plane thing back in JP3 days–the Beech King Air (which is pretty big by private-plane standards actually) used in the movie done right (see: LJW game model) would be a big set (709 pieces at just the mostly-done plane, no figs or dino) but a good one. I know pilots who fly real KA’s that I’ve shown the in-game and LDD renders to, and they’ve not only thought both models were pretty good but asked me to put ’em on the list for builds if I ever start a LEGO assembly line for ’em!

      Pro Tip: usually it’s easier to get parents to shell out for big things as smaller chunks that combine into larger assemblies–the Mobile Lab is a bit over 1500 pieces (again, no dinos or figs) and both Mercedes ML320s combined add up to about 600 more.

      Big ideas, big dreams–I’ve been studying and reverse-engineering the game models in LEGO Digital Designer ever since it came out.

    2. None of those are good toy ideas, the capturing set would be about 800 $ LEGO is aiming these at children.

      Cool Ideas though.

      1. Like I said, the way to go is to carve big things up into smaller pieces–one or two vehicles, two to three figures and one to three dinos. (Except the Mobile Lab–there’s no way to carve that double-RV up, so I’d make it a Shop At Home exclusive, possibly an Ultimate Collector Series model.) And make sure for the merc teams in TLW and JW you have plenty of unnamed dino-fodder…

  4. Shut up and take my money, Lego!

    I’m glad to see more sets relating to the other films. There are many more iconic scenes I would love to see turned into plastic bricks, but these are great! I wonder if the Dilophosaurus Outpost Attack is based on FK, or just made up? I know Lego’s done that before with other brands, but it would be awesome to see a fully grown Dilo in FK.

  5. Awesome!!! Not the set I was expecting for JP but I’ll take it! An original Jeep or Ford Explorer and gates seem like such an easy win… but we’ll wait and see.

  6. I’m starting to think, the dilophosaurus set, is that something that’s gonna happen in Fallen Kingdom?
    That the mercenaries catch a baby dilophosaurus and that suddenly the mom comes to be rescue.

    1. It says “inspired by” and the JW Dilophosaurus set didn’t come to much. Even if the species appears in the film, I can’t imagine it’ll bear a resemblance to this set.

  7. GREAT! I woke up at 3 am for work, forgot my coffee, but this made me feel like a ticker tape parade!

    Look amazing!
    I’ll probably buy 2 of each!

    Oh–just rechecked price of dilophosaurus set is terribly priced. If it was cheaper youd get a lot of people buying multiple.

    1. The licensing deal was probably made before Toys R Us went under – the good news is that even if TRU dies, it would still see released via LEGO brand stores and their direct-to-consumer pipeline. The real question is if it might be shipped to other retailers in TRU’s absence or if the deal will limit that.

  8. I have litteraly been waiting for these sets since the day I was born. Also, is that Dilo set for JW:FK, or JP? Must be JW:FK, which means…….. DILOPHOSAURUS CONFIRMED!?

  9. Walmart exclusive, huh? Good to know that big companies still don’t give a damn about any market other than the American one. The Jurassic franchise is especially mistreated this way. Most Jurassic toys never even make it to Germany. No idea why one of the most profitable franchises in the world gets wasted like this.

    1. HIGHLY unlikely the LEGO store won’t be selling it internationally in some shape or form, just as they always do with the Toys R Us exclusives. Yes, you may miss out on it going down in price, but the chances of only America getting these sets are pretty slim indeed.

      1. The LEGO sets for JW never made it here, nor did most of the toys. I looked everywhere. It suggests that it’s not a LEGO problem, but a general problem with how the Jurassic franchise is handled internationally. Franchises like Star Wars don’t have these kinds of issues here.
        We’re not going to get the 4K remasters either, even though they obviously exist and would only need a different region code. Maybe Germany suffers most for some reason and other large European markets aren’t treated this badly, but being a Jurassic fan over here can get really frustrating.

        1. Not even on the official lego shop website?

          That’s pretty rough, but I can relate to some (small) extent. While most of the stuff did get to the UK with JW, quite a few things didn’t, though we did get the lego, with the Toys R Us exclusive being offered on the LEGO store. Also as of last month Toys R Us no longer exists over here.

          Hopefully, now Universal knows how much of a hit the first film was, they’ll try and push the merch in as many countries as possible.

  10. That’s not a Baby Dilophosaurus… that’s Baby Blue. There are 0 Dilophosaurus related to the Jurassic Franchise with a blue stripe like that along their side. Not to mention it’s missing the crests

        1. The description says Baby Dilophosaurus and the Box says Baby Dino. But clearly that’s Baby blue, big yellow eyes, a nice shade of green, and a blue stripe outlined with a tan color.

    1. That looks more like those huge flashlights than a gun… we know LEGO generally doesn’t like those nasty boomsticks, and I would suspect only added them for certain themes out of necessity after exhausting any plausible ways to omit them.

      Remember, this is a company that talks up “no war, no violence” while releasing models of two of the most lethal weapons of their time… (Fokker Triplane and Sopwith Camel)

  11. I am going to SCREAM with excitement!!!!!! (Or maybe roar. roar with excitement) Our First Jurassic PARK Lego set!!! but what’s the deal with baby blue in the dilo set? is it a flashback or is it Blue JR?

  12. It kinda suck if they’re exclusive. That means a guy like me on the other side of the World will have to beat the rush AND drop at least $350 to get one too…

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