Watch: 'Jurassic Park' Re-Created with $100,000 Worth of LEGO Sets

March 17, 2015
Source: Digital Wizardz

Jurassic Park LEGO

We're pretty big fans of LEGO sets around here, and we'll always go out of our way to feature cool movie-related stuff involving the classic building brick toy. There's a LEGO version of WALL-E on the way, and a massive S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier available now, and you can also get one of those LEGO Oscar statues if the project gets pushed through at LEGO Ideas (vote right here). And now a father and daughter who are fans of Jurassic Park have pooled their LEGO resources and gathered up over $100,000 worth of LEGO pieces to re-create an abridged version of the Steven Spielberg's modern classic, and it's pretty damn cool. If nothing else, it's something fun to keep us excited for this summer's release of Jurassic World. Watch it below!

Here's the LEGO version of Jurassic Park from Digital Wizardz:

Jurassic Park LEGO

Watch the first trailer for this summer's Jurassic World right here, and the Super Bowl spot here.

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 Pictures releases the film on June 12th. Excited?

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I hate LEGO. $100,000 worth of landfill plastic.

Carpola on Mar 17, 2015


How can you possibly hate LEGO? I understand if you'd hate The Lego Movie, but HOW CAN YOU HATE LEGO IN GENERAL??

Tuomas Lassila on Mar 17, 2015


I'm not fully sure why I hate millions of blocks of useless overpriced, mass produced plastic. Saying that, I did enjoy my trip to Legoland last year.

Carpola on Mar 17, 2015


My kid is playing with the Lego my mother bought me over 30 years ago, and it's like new! It never breaks and the system hasn't changed at all, meaning that 1980's Legos are compatible with brand new legos.

TheOct8pus on Mar 18, 2015


Right in time for Lego Jurassic World Videogame 😀

Tuomas Lassila on Mar 17, 2015


That intro, lol.

Brian Sleider on Mar 17, 2015


That was well done

TyeFighterPilot on Mar 17, 2015


Lego finds a way.

DAVIDPD on Mar 17, 2015


I don't hate Lego, but I hate this obsession by the internet to turn every goddamn thing into Lego. It's worse than their worship of bacon.

Terry Craig on Mar 17, 2015


Wait... Lego Bacon!

Bill on Mar 23, 2015


$100,000??? They spared no expense. NO EXPENSE.

TheOct8pus on Mar 18, 2015


lol, it was pretty good and funny at the same time.

Nintendians on Mar 18, 2015


Parenting: I'm doing it wrong. 🙁

MaqueeStalker on Mar 18, 2015


100 grand?? what a waste.

Angry Lester on Mar 18, 2015


Ah, yes. I can just hear that iconic Roar, now...

Mark Brackney on Mar 21, 2015


$100,000 Worth of LEGO? I bet his wife was really impressed.

Bill on Mar 23, 2015

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