The Universal Studios park will premiere in the coming months an attraction on the "Jurassic World" films, which recently returned to theaters the terror and astonishment for the dinosaurs.
Universal Studios, located north of Los Angeles (USA), said today in a statement that "Jurassic World – The Ride", the name of this new installation of the park, "will immerse visitors in new thematic environments and will give new life to dimensional animatronic dinosaurs, including some of the new favorites "of the followers of the saga.
After the trilogy formed by "Jurassic Park (Jurassic Park)" (1993), "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997) and "Jurassic Park III (Jurassic Park III)" (2001), whose first two installments featured Steven Spielberg as director, the saga returned to the theaters with "Jurassic World (2015)" by Colin Trevorrow, and "Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom" (2018), from Spanish JA Bayonne
These two new deliveries swept the box office to raise, between them, almost 3,000 million dollars worldwide.
"Jurassic World – The Ride" will take over from "Jurassic Park – The Ride", one of the most popular attractions of Universal Studios and that closed its doors last September.
Now, the most famous dinosaurs of the cinema will come back with a new story that "takes place within a theme park as shown in the movie 'Jurassic World'," the press release said.
The "iconic illuminated pillars" that appeared in the films will also be at the entrance to "Jurassic World – The Ride", where visitors will see videos about the history of the dinosaurs before the attraction begins.
Without revealing yet all the details of what can be experienced, the heads of "Jurassic World – The Ride" advanced that in this attraction there will be replicas of stegosaurus, parasaurolophus, velociraptors, dilophosaurus and tyrannosaurus rex.
In addition, visitors will visit areas of dense vegetation before their raft is precipitated by a waterfall about 25 meters high.
Universal Studios explained that Universal Creative and Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) companies, as well as directors Steven Spielberg and Colin Trevorrow and producer Frank Marshall, have worked on the remodeling of this space.