When the Jurassic World franchise is talked about, one name that does not fail to pop up is the interesting actor – Chris Pratt.
The franchise started from the original release in 1993 titled Jurassic Park and then The Lost World: Jurassic Park in 1997, Jurassic Park III (2001), Jurassic World (2015) and finally Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018). When Jurassic World premiered in 2015, it definitely broke records with $700 million worldwide in the first weekend.
Although the most recent of the series didn’t meet this record-breaking mark, it did pretty well with $150 million at the box office.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
Let’s talk about the latest sequel of the Jurassic franchise- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom which switched the plot a little. The thrills were consistent as the previous movies, but this one was more like a deliberate eye-opener on how people are almost responsible for the horrible situations they get themselves into.
It was also very socially conscious and relatable, which makes it rank higher than the others.
Jurassic World (2015)
Three years before the latest, was the release of the Jurassic World, which fans of the original movie were more than ecstatic to watch. It was like the return of a major part of their childhood. Unlike the 2018 version, there were more fun moments and interesting conversations from none other, than the humorous actor – Chris Pratt.
Jurassic Park III (2001)
Before the Jurassic World series, there were three sequels from Jurassic Park. The Jurassic Park III was directed by Joe Johnson, who also directed Captain America: The First Avenger. In this version, there were new additions to the dinosaurs aside the T-Rex. It probably wasn’t on the top list of the franchise as the ending was rushed.
The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
The official first franchise was The Lost World: Jurassic Park released in 1997, it was directed by Steven Spielberg, so you can bet that there were good moments from it. While people were still yet to recover from the original movie, they couldn’t help but give this one a thumbs up as its directing was top-notch as expected. The script might have been a very awful one, but the directing sure had us wondering what was going to happen next.
Jurassic Park (1993)
And to the original movie which led to quite a number of sequels after. This is the reason why people still go to the cinema when a new Jurassic World sequel is out.
This movie was definitely a childhood staple for most people as it brought the dinosaur book written by Michael Crichton to life. The directing had to be done by Steven Spielberg at the Universal studio, for it to have this much effect on its audience.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Unlike The Others
With most of the sequels, there is usually a new storyline or plot, but Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was sure different as it was a continuation from the 2015 release. Critics have labeled this one as being overly dramatic and killing the subtle fun that came with the past sequels, especially showcasing the humorous character of Chris Pratt. There was no time for funny comments in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom as life came at them fast.
First, there were volcanic eruptions on the island that had the dinosaurs, and the rest of the world was wondering if they needed saving or if they should go extinct.
Bryce Dallas Howard who played Claire wasn’t going to let that happen and was determined to do all she could to save them from extinction. Of course, Chris Pratt had to come in and save the world, one dinosaur at a time.
Something Interesting From Fallen Kingdom
In a bid to keep up with the times, the movie took a turn to have a lab-created dinosaur known as an Indoraptor which is a mix or hybrid of a Raptor and Indominus Rex.
It was created by the franchise’ regular – B.D. Wong who we know for the character – Dr. Wu.
Chris Murphy And Chris Pratt
Despite the intensity of the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, these behind-the-scenes videos captions of Chris Pratt and one of the people on set during the filming of the franchise – Chris Murphy would have you laughing.
Here, Chris Pratt poses as the interviewer of his namesake Chris Murphy. The conversation goes on from the Murphy mentioning the movies he had worked on, to him referring to Chris Pratt as Chris Pine.
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This time, the actor Chris Pratt is not the interviewer but was being interviewed, and you can imagine how the conversation went from just looking at his face. Well, it gets better than you imagined as Chris is truly good when it comes to giving hilarious comments. The conversation began from Chris being asked what his job on set was which he didn’t seem to be so sure of. All he was sure of, was that he did what he was asked to do.