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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Check out the interactive website for Jurassic World

Posted By on Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 2:20 PM

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People have been dying for release of Jurassic World, the fourth movie in the Jurassic Park series (read our review here). It comes out on Friday, June 12, but in the meantime, you can "visit" Jurassic World via its website



Taking a page from the TV series Lost, which had an interactive website that gave the fictional island its characters were trapped on an online presence, the makers of Jurassic World have assembled on online life for the movie, with a website that has a "park cam," featuring videos from the Cetaceous Cruise, the Gyroscope, the employee break room and more. You can visit the Creation Lab, where scientists explain the steps they took to bring dinosaurs to life.

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Read about the park's founder, John Hammond, and get safety tips for your visit.

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You can visit a Jurassic World Facebook page and try to figure out which comments are clever plants from the creators and which are genuine fan comments. You can also follow a link to Masrani Global, the fictional company that owns the "greatest theme park in the world."

Explore Jurassic World here. 










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