Watch: InGen Explains Why 'Jurassic World' is a Totally Safe Place
Don't worry, the dinosaurs won't eat you. This new park is totally safe! Trust us, we're InGen. Come see the deadly dinosaurs, you'll be fine. Ha. Universal has debuted a fantastic new video on YouTube that plays as a viral video from InGen Technologies, the company responsible for creating the Jurassic Park and all the dinosaurs within in. In the video, you'll see actor BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu explaining the technology and processes behind their operation. It's almost like a job video, come work for us! Look what we do! Though of course we all know that it's going to get crazy in Jurassic World and something is going to go wrong. "That's what being today, tomorrow is." This reminds me a bit of the Weyland TED Talk, which is one of my faves.
Here's the new viral video for Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World, introducing us to InGen Technologies:
"What comes next?" Indeed… That's what I'm wondering, especially after all this there better be dino rage.
Jurassic World is directed by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed), who rewrote the script with Derek Connolly from an earlier draft by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes). No plot details are available yet, but the film has been said to feature a new operational dinosaur theme park, just as John Hammond imagined over 20 years ago. The cast includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, Jake Johnson, Ty Simpkins, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan and B.D. Wong, reprising his role from Jurassic Park. Universal will open Jurassic World on June 12th. Get ready.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
Yikes, the people acting in this aren't very believable as scientist and the script sounds nothing like what a scientific company would put out.
chuckpenz on May 15, 2015
People sounding nothing like their actual or potentially real counterparts is one of my top annoyances in films. But, to be fair, this would probably be a bit of an alienated scripted info/commercial in real life too.
Snev De la Fontaine on May 15, 2015
Didn't the people of InGen see the first Jurassic Park, or read the book?
TheOct8pus on May 15, 2015
Considering that's the exact same Dr. Wu from the first movie.......
Lar Rackell on May 16, 2015
If they dyed Wong's hair he would look exactly the same.
DAVIDPD on May 15, 2015
Forget the eternal wait for a re-cycled story filled with second rate actors and a second string director. Jurassic World will offer you little beyond the best CGI effects $100M+ can buy. Forget also the dino petting zoo and velociraptors synchronouslyvjumping through hoops of fire. Available now, "Re-Creating the Cretaceous: a Tale of Survival" is a worthy successor to the original JP novel, featuring both an original story and a cast of new avian, marine and terrestrial creatures, many of which were discovered in the last 30 years. Forget the absurd notion of splicing dino and amphibian DNA and extracting dino DNA from mosquitoes preserved in amber. "Re-Creating the Cretaceous" offers a new and highly credible method for reconstructing dino DNA, far beyond the absurd theories of JP. This is the story Hollywood hopes you will NOT read. Why wait until early June for a derivative, recycled story? "Re-Creating the Cretaceous" is available now.
Eyes of Texas on May 16, 2015
Ok so this movie propaganda limped my bonner for Jurassic World big time.
redskulllives on May 16, 2015
capitandelespacio on May 18, 2015
"But InGen, what about the 1993, '96, and 2001 incidents?" Yeah, '01 never happened. "But, the military......." ......all covered up. Besides, spinosaurs had tiny-ass legs, remember? "Oh, yeah......."
Mark Brackney on May 23, 2015
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