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Velociraptor (Film Universe)
There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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Entertainment Weekly Debuts New Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Issue Loaded With Awesome Content!

Do you think the Indoraptor enjoys ice cream?

Now, that may sound like a weird opening, but Entertainment Weekly and Chris Pratt made sure to answer that question with their fun new photo shoot from the ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom‘ content days, where a 1:1 Indoraptor statue adorned the set. While the comedic picture is just for fun, it is perhaps our clearest look at the Indoraptor yet, revealing its menacing expression with intricate detail.

In a preview from their issue EW has teased an explosive and tense sequel, pushing Jurassic to new territory:

Bayona’s Kingdom is perhaps the most ambitious Jurassic film to date, with a genre-shifting twist halfway through the film: The island is destroyed and the action moves to an enormous American estate where characters are trapped indoors with a rampaging new terror, the Indoraptor. Think Jurassic meets Panic Room. “The first half, you have a whole dinosaur movie on the island, so you have what you expect from a Jurassic movie,” says Bayona. “Then the second half moves to a totally different environment that feels more suspenseful, darker, claustrophobic, and even has this kind of gothic element, which I love.” The only other time the Jurassic franchise has seen the dinosaurs leave their tropical locales was the climactic moments of 1997’s The Lost World: Jurassic Park, when the T. rex stampeded San Diego. Adds Pratt, “At the end of the day, we’re all trying to make something that will be part of the Jurassic empire and tonally match the previous movies, but we’re going off in a new direction.”

That also meant the shoot was more physically demanding than the previous installment. “We upped the stunt game,” says Pratt. The actors ran, swam, and screamed for months during the production which shot in both the United Kingdom and Hawaii.”

Perhaps most excitingly, Entertainment Weekly revealed a new image from the film, likely from the upcoming trailer, which shows the Indoraptor stalking Owen, Claire, and the mysterious newcomer Maisie inside of Benjamin Lockwood’s estate. This picture really sells the terrying and inquisitive nature of the new hybrid dinosaur, and is very fun callback to Tim hiding from the Velociraptors in the kitchen in Jurassic Park.

Hold on to your butts, the new trailer drops online very soon.



14 thoughts on “Entertainment Weekly Debuts New Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom Issue Loaded With Awesome Content!

    1. no, it’s all CGI with perfection to look 100 percent realistic :/ come on man you know it is it’s no question

  1. Just reading this im thinking WOW why don’t they simply keep bayona every movie: this movie sounds plainely AWSOME!!!

  2. I’m afraid that after this new trailer, we saw almost the whole movie. It’s the same mistake they made with Jurassic World.
    Damn, imagine that Mosasaurus surf scene seeing in theatre for the first time! Instead of knowing what’s about to happen. Or Rexy getting that carnotaurus. Because of the trailers we all know what happens and that’s too bad.
    I’m thrilled, but also a bit disappointed that they show so much of the movie already.
    Now you can say; Don’t watch the trailers then. But being a diehard Jurassic fan from the first hour, that’s impossible 😉

  3. I really hope they deliver on their promise of more animatronics. Hopefully the Indoraptor isn’t all CGI all the time.

      1. I like it. The black, sleek look. The hunched back complimented by the quills. The longer neck and the eyes. There’s a strong Feline presence to it. Also a bit of a Xenomorph vibe too.

  4. I’ve gotta say, I love the Indoraptor’s design. In fact, I like it better than the Indominus. It just looks so much more unnatural than the former, and it really sells the fact that this thing, by all the laws of nature, is not supposed to exist.

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