Video: If you guys didn't know, the dinosaurs aren't real in Jurassic World. Sorry. As for the rest of the movie née money printing nostalgia machine that didn't have half the soul of the original, not much of it was real either. Here's how ILM pulled off the visual effects in Jurassic World. You can see the tricks they employed like transforming humans on all fours into little dinos that kids could ride. Awesome.
Seeing The Special Effects Behind Jurassic World Is More Fun Than Seeing The Actual Movie
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