Here's the ominous teaser trailer for the film, containing no actual footage:
Here's the trailer:
Cinema has had a fine tradition of dinosaur movies going back to the silent era. This compilation will give you a taste of how the terrible lizards have been depicted on film, from The Lost World all the way up to Jurassic World:
The film is famous for its ground-breaking computer effects. In this montage, we see before-and-after shots illuminating the incredible work by the wizards at Industrial Light and Magic to recreate the dinsoaurs:
In addition to ILM, dinosaurs effects were also provided by Stan Winston Studios. These video document the creation of the T-Rex and Raptor puppets for the film:
The film inspired several spoofs, including this clay-mation video from 'Weird Al' Yankovic for his song "Jurassic Park:"
In this College Humor spoof, Martin Ferrero reprises his role as Donald Gennaro, who comes to realize his character's limited role in the film:
Or this majestic cover of the movie's main theme:
The film's distinguished paleontological consultant, Jack Horner, has proposed using genetics to re-engineer a chicken into a close approximation of a dinosaur. While we have our own opinions about the feasibility of this project, listen to Horner discuss his proposal in this TED talk:
Thanks for listening!