Discussion in 'Games, Movies & Sports' started by quinnmac000, Apr 13, 2016.
And one day before my birthday..huh.
I'm interested to see what happens next in the franchise.
Well, if Universal hurries up, they might be able to throw a new attraction together in time for that opening.
The director for Jurassic World 2 has been announced and it is ...Juan Antonio García Bayona. He is director for a Universal film coming out this year titled A monster calls
Here's to hoping the second is more focused, narratively speaking. The first was fun, but fell apart on repeat viewings.
hopefully this one will focus on a better story/characters and less fan service.
Just a hunch but the dinosaurs escape? :tongue:
I'd happily take that flying coaster.
A trip is taken to an island that has a symbolic looking cave to track down reports of visitors who never make it out. With word of a new species of raptors being made by a lab company.. lmao
I will watch regardless!
Jurassic World 2 will begin Production in February.
Chris Pratt is in demand between this and GOTG at EPCOT and currently being on my tv.
Pretty safe to say no kids on the island this time. And please no Jeff Goldblum or anything about chaos theory.
I have faith in J.A. Bayona.
Jurassic World 2 will have a budget of 260 million dollars!
IT MEANS WE ARE GETTING PRACTICAL EFFECTS INSTEAD OF CGI MOST LIKELY
..I just had to re-read that again..
260. Million. Dollars.
It's 10 million ahead of BvS, but doesn't compare to the 36 million more that Star Wars 7 had.
It could show more that Star Wars has changed the landscape a bit in terms of the nostalgic summer blockbuster and to me, I expect to see a high amount of Practical effects because of that.
I have been watching JW quite a bit lately and I marvel that I cannot always tell what is cgi and what is not. Did they cgi the whole park entrance for the final battle or did they blow it apart in sync like the original JP. I cannot tell. There is a member here that could hint to us as he was on set in LO.
I've watched Jurassic World quite a bit and I feel like it's a lot of CGI. The only parts that say practical to me are Indominus Rex looking under the truck scene (the head/teeth), the raptors in the cages (the head/partially), and the apatosaurus.
The T-Rex and Indominus we're both CGI for the film, actually; most of JW seemed to be CGI and only 1/4th of it was Practical (excluding Sets).
I just went to listen to the end credits of JW on youtube, an it was a bunch of AK BS kind of music with drums. Is that what they published on the album?
Well I know the dino's are cgi... I ain't stupid. It was the sets that I was wondering about. They are combined flawlessly. The art of it all makes me want to cry.
Wow, I always thought the dinosaurs were real. I thought I heard a certain political candidate swearing that there were still dinosaurs in the real world and that we shouldn't let them come into the country. He never lies or bs about anything. Are you sure about that Teebs ?
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