Universal Studios Hollywood has announced that Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and BD Wong will reprise their roles from the film in the soon-to-open “Jurassic World – The Ride.”
- Pratt, Howard and Wong will reprise their roles as Owen Grady, Claire Dearing and Dr. Henry Wu respectively.
- This marks the first time the cast will appear as their characters outside of the Jurassic World films for a theme park attraction.
- As part of original content created exclusively for the new ride, Owen, Claire and Dr. Wu will shed light on their interactions with the dinosaurs along with facts and information about the imposing prehistoric creatures.
More on “Jurassic World – The Ride”:
- The new attraction will feature dimensional animatronic dinosaurs, including some all-new fan favorites featured in the Jurassic World films.
- “Jurassic World – The Ride” is being created by the Universal Creative team with help from Industrial Light & Magic, a division of Lucasfilm, the brand stewards at Universal Pictures and acclaimed filmmakers Steven Spielberg, Colin Trevorrow and Frank Marshall.
- The aesthetic of the former “Jurassic Park – The Ride” will be enhanced to feature a new entry statement, stonework landscaping and a contemporary redesign of the iconic pillars complete with billowing flames and a prominent “Jurassic World” marquee logo.
- Videos in the queue will feature facts and information about the dinosaurs within the ride, setting the tone for the adventure ahead.
- Guests will board specially designed rafts and navigate lush environments fill with towering dinosaurs, including the Stegosaurus and Parasaurolophus.
- Of course, the tame trip past these docile creatures will make a turn for the worst as guest encounter carnivorous Velociraptors and Dilophosaurus.
- A Tyrannosaurus Rex will battle one of the park’s newest attractions before the raft full of guests makes its daring escape.
- In addition to the new attraction, a new “Dino Play” area will bring educational components within an inspired space where children of all ages can partake in excavations and investigate giant dinosaur fossils.