Should Scientists Make a Real-World JURASSIC PARK?

Should Scientists Make a Real-World JURASSIC PARK?

Should Scientists Make a Real-World JURASSIC PARK?

Universal rolled out its highly-anticipated Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in theaters last night for Thursday sneak previews, and as expected, it fell short of its 2015 predecessor, Jurassic World.

That is why it is the latest subject of Screen Junkies' "Honest Trailers" series - well, that and the fact that "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" hits theaters this week.

When "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993, it was a groundbreaking marvel.

The movie ends with dinosaurs on the loose in the United States after the little girl Maisie makes the executive decision to set them free instead of having them go extinct (again) in an explosion. The film also marks the return of Jurassic Park star Jeff Goldblum, who is reprising his role as the smooth-talking mathematician Ian Malcolm. The Jurassic franchise may take breaks for a few years, but we'll probably see many more of these films.

We may be getting a bulletproof dinosaur in Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom, but the upcoming action flick nearly gave audiences an even rarer big screen creature: a lesbian!

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom brings back Chris Pratt's Owen Grady and Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire Dearing from the original Jurassic World.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the only major new release this weekend.

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