‘Jurassic World:’ 5 Strange References You Failed To Spot
A few movies are made nostalgic and linked to the previous sequels. Jurassic World is one of them, in which an audience can feel each frame dripping with love and can directly recall director Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original. However, the movie contains some mysterious references that you have certainly missed. Read on to clarify those vague references.
- Ian Malcolm had been able to create an impression through his book “God Creates Dinosaurs” that appeared twice in the background of the film when Claire’s assistant sat on Lowery’s muddled desk on the monorail. Believe it or not, many of us have failed to notice it though the name of the book appears twice.
- Mosasaurus which was introduced to the audiences for the first time jumping out of the water for biting a hanging shark is among the references to Steven Spielberg’s filmography that we saw in his earlier movie “Jaws.”
- After the climax scene between T-Rex and Velociraptors, the I-Rex was killed when marine Mosasaurus dives out of the tank and targets the hybrid as dinner for the day. This scene runs parallel with the T-Rex emerging out at last moment for saving Dr. Grant and his companion from the Velociraptors in the first part.
- The Easter egg that was used as a trailer of the film “Jurassic Park” and the skeleton of Spinosaurus is the key part of the park, which has been the reference from “Jurassic Park III,” the flop movie of the series. The skeleton comes up in the climax scene again when the T-Rex brings it down while charging Indominus Rex.
- Reference of Dennis Nedry and his objective while closing the first sequence of “Jurassic Park” film can be traced easily in the character of B D Wong working as park geneticist Mr. Henry Wu in the movie. B D Wong working with DNA of the dinosaurs left the scene leaving Isla Nublar with frozen embryos of dinosaurs.
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