New Jurassic World VR Experience Coming From Felix & Paul Studios

Felix & Paul Studios, who were behind the 2015 “Jurassic World: Apatosaurus” VR experience is back this year with a new VR experience called “Jurassic World: Blue”. This new VR experience will be a companion piece to this June’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

While the studio’s history is relatively short, it has been around long enough to get into the business. of sequels. In 2015, it produced “Jurassic World: Apatosaurus,” a companion piece to Universal’s franchise reboot “Jurassic World.” Now, it’s putting the finishing touches on “Jurassic World: Blue,” a companion piece to the upcoming “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” that will put viewers in the action with photorealistic CG dinosaurs created by Industrial Light & Magic.

“With the first ‘Jurassic World’ piece, the viewer would kind of just stand still and witness the dinosaurs around them,” says Austin Barker, EVP of creative content for Universal Pictures. “It was groundbreaking at the time, but we’ve come so far since then. I think this new experience is going to blow people’s minds.”

The title of the new experience is an obvious giveaway of what to expect. Instead of the Apatosaurus, this time it will be centered around the velociraptor, Blue. A possible setting for the VR experience could be in the jungle of Isla Nublar where Owen first comes across Blue during the rescue mission. There we would be able to see the remains of the old Jurassic Park Ford explorer.

2015’s Jurassic World: Apatosaurus

Check out the video below to see a clip from 2015’s Jurassic World: Apatosaurus VR Experience.

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Source: Variety

JA Bayona Shares Behind the Scenes Preview of Michael Giacchino’s Fallen Kingdom Score!

On Monday, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom composer Michael Giacchino announced that he had begun recording the score for the new film. Today Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom director JA Bayona released a behind the scenes clip of the score being recorded and what we can expect to hear this upcoming June.

In the one minute and six second clip you will recognize that it is a new version of “As the Jurassic World turns” from his 2015 score for Jurassic World.

In a reply to Bayona’s tweet, Giacchino posted a photo confirming that that Ludwig Wicki is conducting the orchestra.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and on our forums.

Source: JA Bayona on Twitter

Jurassic World: The Exhibition Heading to Paris, France this April!

The next stop on the tour for Jurassic World: The Exhibition has officially been announced, and after two stops in the United States it is heading across the pond to Europe. Starting on April 14th, it will be located in Paris, France at the Cité du Cinéma until September 2nd.

Inspired by one of the biggest blockbusters in the history of cinema, this event immerses young and old in the scenes inspired by the famous film. Here, the imaginary park comes alive … right under your eyes.

Discover Isla Nublar in VIP class and explore Jurassic World. Open your eyes in front of the imposing Brachiosaurus; talk face to face with a Velociraptor and approach the worst of all, the terrible Tyrannosaurus rex.

Created in close collaboration with a renowned paleontologist, Jack Horner, the exhibition is rich in interactive and educational content from scientific research on dinosaur DNA, discoveries that have allowed Jurassic World to come to life. Whatever your age, these incredible prehistoric creatures will have no secrets for you.


Signs like the one above have begun appearing around the region advertising the Exhibition coming to France.

While it isn’t a surprise that the Exhibition will be making a stop in Europe, it is a surprise that it is doing so in 2018. Cityneon Holdings Limited, who acquired the global rights to the Exhibition this past August had stated in their January Company Guide that two more United State cities were on deck for 2018. The show was then expected to move to a European city and Asian city in 2019. A second Jurassic World: The Exhibition traveling set is also currently under construction for a debut in Europe in 2019.

Obviously things can always change, and they have has as the orginial traveling set (JW1) is moving to Europe this year, which begs the question of where the second set (JW2) will actually make it’s debut in 2019. As more details on future city locations become available we will keep you updated.

This will be the fourth stop for the Exhibition so far after debuting in Melbourne, Australia at the Melbourne Museum. It followed up that with stays in Philadelphia at the Franklin Institute and Chicago at the Field Museum. Both of the last stops being in the United States.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and on our forums.

Special thanks to Jurassic World News France for the heads up on the announcement that the next stop will be in Paris, France.

Source: Jurassic World: The Exhibition Paris, Cityneon, The Buisness Times

Bryce Dallas Howard Shows Off Fallen Kingdom Toys on the Today Show

Bryce Dallas Howard stopped by Kathie Lee and Hoda on the Today Show this morning and she gave us a first look at some of the new toys for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. It was also the very first time Bryce got to see the Claire Barbie Doll from Mattel in person.

Another new toy that was shown off was the Pterano Drone, which in our opinion will be very popular among the new line of toys. Check out the full Today Show interview with Bryce in the video below.


Video credit to the Bryce Dallas Howard Network

If this news is up your alley, you may want to keep an eye on Jurassic Outpost around 1pm EST tomorrow.

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Source: Today, The Bryce Dallas Howard Network

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has most viewed Super Bowl Spot On Social Media

The Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Super Bowl TV spot dropped last night and the overall reaction appears to be far more positive compared to the first trailer that dropped in December. According to Deadline, the Fallen Kingdom TV spot was actually the most viewed movie spot from the big game on Social Media. Topping the likes of Avengers: Infinity War and the very first look at Solo: A Star Wars Story.

However, in regards to pure video views combined from YouTube and Facebook, Universal’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom wins hands down tonight per ComScore with a total of 3.56M. This is followed by Paramount’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout with 2.09M views.

Though even though it had the most views, the spot did not generate the same level of social media conversation (33,400) compared to other spots like Solo: A Star Wars Story(109,000) and Avengers: Infinity War(161,000).

If you havent already, make sure to check out the Super Bowl spot below:

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Source: Deadline

Bryce Dallas Howard Teases Dino On Jurassic World 2 Set

Jurassic fans have been fortunate enough to have Jurassic World star Bryce Dallas Howard on social media this time around for the sequel. Bryce has been sharing snippets from the set everyday that she is filming and this has been giving fans an obscure view of the production. Not only are these little glimpses fun to see, but it may also give us an idea of the order of which the scenes were filmed when the sequel is released next summer.

Yesterday was no different as Bryce took to her Twitter and posted a 9 second video. While initially this seems to be another obscure post featuring a video of the ground, it is the sounds you hear during the video and what this could mean for the sequel that have fans very excited.

As you will hear in the attached Twitter video below, Jurassic World sequel director J.A. Bayona is apparently getting the actors in the right mood for filming by playing dinosaur sounds on the set in Hawaii.

It is obvious those dinosaur sounds are of a Tyrannosaurus Rex and they sound very close to the sounds used in the original film ‘Jurassic Park’. Most notably around the 1:30 part of the clip below from the breakout scene.


In addition to the dinosaur roar, there are the sound of air blasts which is more even more intriguing and what makes this video really stand out. It could possibly be the sound of fog machines or even the hydraulics of an animatronic. All of this is assumption and can’t be verified at this time, but it is fun to speculate.

While this is just another small on set tease from Bryce, it is still enough to get fans excited. What do you think the air blasts were? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below and on our forums.

Source: Bryce Dallas Howard on Twitter

Justice Smith excited for Jurassic World 2

During a video interview recently, which Jurassic Outpost has been unable to verify the date or the exact source of the interview at this moment, Justice Smith expressed his excitement for the upcoming Jurassic World sequel. It was first reported on December 1st by The Hollywood Reporter that Justice Smith was added to the cast. There have been unverified rumors that he could be playing a character by the name of “Clint” in the sequel.

In the 28 second video clip that was posted on the jurassicworldtrilogy Instagram account, Justice Smith, with a huge smile, had this to say:

Hi guys, it’s Justice Smith. Hello. Jurassic World 2, I can’t talk about it, but it’s going to be really cool. There’s going to be dinosaurs and stuff. So look out for that.

There is then a question to him about something at the end of May where he responds that he will be in London until June filming the Jurassic World sequel. There has been rumors that the end of filming would be sometime in June or July, so if Smith is there on the last day it appears filming is scheduled to wrap up sometime in June. Though there is always the chance Smith is scheduled to end his filming before the rest of the actors. See the full 28 second clip below.

"Jurassic World 2" star Justice Smith sending out a brief special message on the sequel.. Smith says he will be staying and remaining with us filming in London, U.K. all the way up until June 2017, meaning the possibility of part or most of its cast and filming extensively being centred and taking place within London during this period. English actors Toby Jones and Rafe Spall are expected to appear alongside returning stars (and American representatives) Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. London and Hawaii will be the home and setting of filming over the next couple of months with much of the films setting taking place on the mainland. Filming will begin in February next month in both London and Hawaii. Stay tuned for further exciting announcements coming soon! #jurassicpark #jurassicworld #spielberg #bayona #universal #universalstudios #film #movie #movienight #chrispratt #brycedallashoward #justicesmith #dafnekeen #rafespall #tobyjones #owengrady #clairedearing #islanublar #islasorna #london #hawaii #dinosaur #jurassicworld2 #jurassicworldsequel #jurassic #dinosaursruletheearth #movies #filmproduction #filming

A video posted by Jurassic World 2, June 2018. (@jurassicworldtrilogy) on

So while there is not a whole lot of information in the clip itself it is still exciting to see the cast talking about the production which is going to kick off real soon. So what do you think about Justice Smith’s enthusiasm for the upcoming sequel and what do you think his character might be up to in the sequel? Let us know in the comments below and on our forums.

Thank you to Ana on Twitter for the heads up.

Source: jurassicworldtrilogy on Instagram

Ed Verreaux Returns for a Fourth Trip to Jurassic

Here is a fun little tid-bit for fans of behind the scenes information on Jurassic movies. Ed Verreaux, who worked on Jurassic Park and then later did the production design for Jurassic Park 3 and Jurassic World, is returning for the sequel to Jurassic World as an illustrator in the art department. This news comes from IMDB which may make some raise an eyebrow to this news however it should be noted that for information regarding the crew on a film’s production, the site is usually reliable.

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If this were to be true, Ed Verreaux would be one of the few individuals to have had a hand in four of the five Jurassic movies. It is also nice to see that the Jurassic World sequel might be continuing the trend from Jurassic World by bringing in veterans of the Jurassic franchise, which may in turn help keep the spirit of the original Jurassic Park series alive through the new movies. Stay tuned to the site for more information as the sequel begins filming in a short few months.

Source: Ed Verreaux IMDB