Chris Pratt has made the leap from everyone's favorite friendly, loyal, but not-so-bright human puppydog on Parks and Rec to a be-muscled Hollywood action hero in Guardians of the Galaxy and now Jurassic World. "But what if he hadn't?" asked no one, "What if Andy Dwyer had to save us from the killer mutant dinosaur?"
The 20-second Jurassic World teaser released last week was notable for its lack of the one thing everyone really wanted to see: Chris Pratt. We didn't get a glimpse of our Star-Lord and savior until the last of its 20 seconds.
We've shared a lot of special moments with Jeff Goldblum over the years—Rocky Horror, The Big Chill, the time he watched us poop—but perhaps none endures as annoyingly/endearingly as his role in Jurassic Park. Which is why we keep demanding that he come back to it, and he continues gamely indulging us.
This fifteen-second video perfectly captures what it would have been like if, instead of a dinosaur, this Jurassic Park scene featured a very large bulldog named Wally.
Jurassic Park was the first movie to truly blur the line between CGI and reality, combining Industrial Light and Magic's cutting-edge computer effects with dinosaurs designed by practical effects legend Stan Winston. But screw all that—some guys on YouTube did it with toys and cardboard.
Hush all you sports haters and instead click and watch one of the best halftime performances ever by a college marching band. During halftime at Saturday’s Ohio State / Penn State football game, Ohio State’s marching band took the field and performed an ode to the music of Hollywood blockbuster films.
If British scientists have their way, mutant mosquitoes will soon destroy the Florida Keys. Well, not exactly. But it's a possibility, or at least something to to think about, according to the 90,000 residents who have signed a petition. The genetically-modified mosquitoes are designed to resist the spread of Dengue fever, which is apparently a concern these days in the Keys.