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JURASSIC WORLD LIVE Will Bring Animatronic Dinosaurs on Tour

In just a few months, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will invite fans back into the Jurassic Park franchise for a new adventure. But if you’re willing to wait until next year, Universal may be bringing the dinosaurs of Isla Nublar right to you.

Via Entertainment Weekly, Universal and Feld Entertainment are teaming up for Jurassic World Live, a touring arena show that will bring massive animatronic dinosaurs to life for a brand new experience. This means you won’t have to imagine the CGI creations, because they’re going to be right in front of the fans. We can tell you right now, we’re hoping for another chance to practice our Prattkeeping skills!

According to the report, the included dinosaurs will be “life-size,” with some as long as 40 feet. To further the illusion of the island’s always dangerous theme park, projection mapping will be used to recreate some of the lush visuals from the films. The show will also incorporate live stunts and performances. Perhaps that will allow the visual effects artists to recreate this moment from Jurassic World. It’s one of our favorites!

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Currently, the plans for Jurassic World Live call for the tour to begin in 2019 with stops in multiple cities within the United States before it eventually goes global in the fall. The official site is not quite open for business, but it does offer fans a chance to sign up for more updates. Short of actually resurrecting the dinosaurs, this might be the best chance that fans have to actually get close to an approximation of those prehistoric creatures. And that sounds like fun to us!

Are you excited about Jurassic World Live? Be clever boys and girls and leave some comments for us below!

Images: Universal Pictures

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