If you pay attention around the park, there are warning signs that pay homage to events in the Jurassic Park preview tour. Remember when Timmy (Joseph Mazzello) got electrocuted on the fence? “Ouch! 10,000 Volts Really Hurts!” is one such warning. “Do Not Feed The Dinos Human Food” reads another; an obvious joke towards Donald Gennaro (Martin Ferrero) untimely exit. Can you find more?
Dedicated to John Hammond
John Hammond (Richard Attenborough) was arguably the face of Jurassic Park, or at least, one of the most memorable characters of the film. His white suit, amber-topped cane and dino-enthusiasm forever left its mark on moviegoers. Attenborough passed away just last year, five days before his 91st birthday. The filmmakers of Jurassic World memorialized the character and actor in the form of a spectacular statue inside the Innovation Center. Also, did you notice Mr. DNA in this scene?
Very Expensive Park
With help from a very detailed report by the movie experts at Fandango, we now know the cost of building and maintaining a jurassic park. The grand total of building Jurassic World is $23,432,400,000. It would cost an additional $11,907,000,000 per year to maintain it. By comparison, it is estimated that Disney World costs the company just over $1 billion per year to maintain. Check out the video above for a breakdown.
Battle Hardened T-Rex
Fans of Jurassic Park will remember the epic finale that pit the king of dinosaurs versus those scrappy velociraptors. Pratt has those little suckers all trained up nice nowadays, but T-rex reigns with the scars he received in battle. These are easy to spot if you know to expect them.