JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM Featurette Reveals More Dinosaurs than ever

We have the latest featurette from JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM, where the people behind the movie reveal more dinosaurs than all previous movies combined. Plus, you can adopt a dino!

Watch the most recent Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom featurette above and you’ll see the people behind the movie try to show all the new dinosaurs that have been added to the film, which is a whole lot. Several of them completely new to the franchise.

We’re not complaining about the abundance of dinos. In fact, we’re looking to see how they function and how they look, considering that many of them were created using practical effects, or a combination of both practical and digital effects. We think you’ll be able to appreciate the practical effects, as we did when we first saw the triceratops in the original Jurassic Park film.

This previous featurette gets into the main focus of the upcoming movie, and that is the relationship between Chris Pratt’s character, Owen, and his velociraptor beta, Blue.

And now, through adoptadino.com, you can check out the specific dinosaurs that will be shown in the movie, and adopt them! From the list of adoptees, there are herbivores like the familiar gentle giants, the Apatosaurus and Brachiosaurus, as well as newbies like Sinoceratops and Stygimolochs. The cool part of choosing which ones you get to adopt are that you also get to adopt any of the carnivores listed, including the largely feared Tyrannosaurus Rex, the only one of her kind Blue the velociraptor, and the aquatic Mosasaurus.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom arrives in theaters June 22nd.

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