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Entertainment Weekly Releases Exclusive Preview of Mattel’s Fallen Kingdom Merch!

Entertainment Weekly has released an early, exclusive look at the toys that are set to be released by Mattel, inspired by Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Highlights of the toy line include a three-foot long, articulated Super Colossal T-Rex, an assortment of story pack playsets featuring scenes from the film, and several dino sculpts modeled authentically after the film’s dinos. The products range in design and target demographics, stretching from Hatch’n’Play dinosaurs for younger children (featuring models of a t-rex, triceratops, stygimoloch, and Baby Blue) to a t-rex anatomy kit for older ones.

Images of some of the new products can be seen below, and Mattel has certainly gone all out with their product range.

Jurassic World Super Colossal T-Rex ($54.99)
Jurassic World Story Pack Assortment ($14.99, sold separately)
Jurassic World Hatch’n’Play Dinos ($14.99, sold separately)
Jurassic World Tyrannosaurus Rex Anatomy Kit ($49.99)
Jurassic World Gyrosphere Blast Vehicle ($29.99)
Uno Attack Jurassic World ($24.99)
Jurassic World Roarivores Assortment ($14.99)

This announcement comes on the heels of Bryce Dallas Howard’s appearance on the Today Show on February 15th to preview Mattel’s Fallen Kingdom Barbie doll line that will also be released.

More details on Mattel’s toys and other Fallen Kingdom merchandise are set to come later, but what do you think about these new toys? Will you be purchasing any? Let us know in the comments below!


32 thoughts on “Entertainment Weekly Releases Exclusive Preview of Mattel’s Fallen Kingdom Merch!

  1. They’re no JP or TLW Kenner line but they look so much better than the stuff hasbro did for JW. Especially that big T. rex. Compare that to the drunk looking stomp and strike one for the first one. Mattel seems to be doing a great job so far.

  2. They look amazing. I’m sad we wont have a big trike though. Ceratosaurus make me think how poor I’m gonna be this year. I wasn’t expecting such an incredible figure.

  3. These toys look FANTASTIC!!!!!, thank you God and thank you Mattel for these awesome toys I can’t wait to get them!!!!!

  4. The paintjobs on most of these models are really nice! Some of the colors are a bit weird in my opinion but I really love these detailed and accurate paintjobs. Straight borderline when you look at the teeth, claws and horns and the skinpaint also looks beautiful. I love the designs of the massive T-rex, Blue and the models on that last picture. Especially Ceratosaurus and the ceratopsid next to it.

    Way better toy models than that Hasbro garbage from last year, but that was not difficult to achieve. Those Hasbro toys were so awfull!

  5. You forgot the most exciting image. That of the human packs that come with accessories and small baby dinosaurs! This new toyline reminds me of The Lost World’s. There will still be more to come, they seem to be hiding their Indoraptor toys from public view, all we have is the Lego version.

  6. well there goes all my x mas money ive saved for the last 5 years ive got a feeling the nostalgia feeling ill get when i first see these in the toy isl just might make me tear up a bit out of happyness unlike the emotions i felt from Hasbins sad excuse for a toy line.

    1. Finally someone that thinks like me lol. I think is just because after the JW line, anything better is a big thing. I was hoping to see some rubber models like the Bull or Thrash T-Rex from The Lost World/ Red T-Rex from the original toy line. But oh well, maybe in a Series 2 after the film’s release. Plus, the colossal T-Rex has a nice sculpt but not really much details.. Just look at his mouth in general and compare with the Thrash T-Rex for example.

      1. Yes, the colossal rex has an awesome model, the most film-accurate yet in fact. But yeah, anything after Hasbro’s JW line will look far better than they really are.

      1. Yeah, so the Rex in the JP3 line was terrible. The Pteranodon and Alpha Raptor were awesome though. The smaller electronic Spinosaurus was sweet too (Rare big one was crap).

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