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the “Jurassic World: The Exhibition” will make it’s premiere in Philadelphia, November 25

LA Times — “Jurassic World,” the 2015 blockbuster extension of the “Jurassic Park” series is going to be recreated in Philadelphia, seemingly by people who have never seen a single film from the franchise. Someone needs to inform this group that the dinosaurs win, every time.

On Nov. 25, the “Jurassic World: The Exhibition” will make it’s North American premiere at the Franklin Institute. According to the news release, the movie tie-in will include life-size animatronic dinosaurs from the folks behind popular “Walking with Dinosaurs” experience (Creature Technology Co.) “set in themed environments inspired by ‘Jurassic World.’”

The educational experience promises to focus more on the real world science behind dinosaurs and less on the movie’s iffy cloning technology or step-by-step guide on how not to manage a popular theme park.

But we still have our fingers crossed for a diorama that showcases Vincent D’Onofrio being eaten alive by genetically altered raptors.

Esprit HK Kidswear

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