The new episode of Jurassic Cast, the Jurassic Park fan podcast, is now available. Check it out on iTunes, Stitcher, or clicking over to jpforever.com.
Retro-style Jurassic Park tin lunchbox
Coming this June from Factory Entertainment, the same good folks responsible for this raptor bobble head.
Pre-order available through Entertainment Earth.
Hasbro producing Jurassic World toys
Toy manufacturer Hasbro, which has created previous Jurassic Park action figures, is again producing toys to coincide with the release of Jurassic World, according to this image in which a portion of the Jurassic World logo is visible along with the Hasbro logo against a scaly reptilian background.
Production on Jurassic World is now underway, and Reel Tour Hawaii has posted some pictures from the first day of shooting at the Honolulu Zoo, as well as a look at two of the vehicles appearing in the movie.
Potentially spoilerish, so check them out after the jump.
JURASSIC WORLD Filming Begins!
The long awaited day has finally arrived, as filming on Jurassic World is set to begin on April 10!
The first phase of filming is taking place in Hawaii, where cast and crew have been arriving throughout the past week. First stop is the Honolulu Zoo, where an area (pictured here) has been set up to stand in for a section of Jurassic World, according to Instagram user drummahboi14 and Reel Tours Hawaii (Note: Possible spoilers at that link). Other areas around the Hawaiian islands are also scheduled over the course of the next few months, with production then moving to Louisiana for the remainder of the shoot in late summer.
Start playing with dinosaurs tomorrow…very excited— Nick Robinson (@NickJRobinson) April 10, 2014
It is an exciting time for us Jurassic Park fans to see this movie finally get off the ground. Here’s wishing Colin Trevorrow, the cast, and the entire Jurassic World crew a smooth shoot and an awesome experience.
Horizon Jurassic Park Models
Hobby company Horizon produced astounding vinyl model kits of Jurassic Park’s dinosaurs to coincide with the movie’s release, as seen in this vintage print ad. Molded directly from Stan Winston Studio sculpts, the highly detailed models are among the most screen-accurate of all Jurassic Park products.
Spared no expense.