Netflix planning to collab with Dreamworks and Amblin for ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’, a cartoon animated series dealing with few teenagers who have to survive the Jurassic world after being lost in ‘Isla Nublar park’.”By harkening back to the original film in the franchise, the animated Jurassic World series very well could be better than the actual Jurassic World films.”
The Jurassic World films explore a universe where the dinosaur-centric park has become a huge success, allowing generations to see the extinct beasts. But, as always, ambition leads to humanity’s ruin. In the first film, a new genetically modified dinosaur is unleashed, leading to outright chaos around the park. Many more dinosaurs get loose, and humans are quickly chased off the island or turned into food. The sequel broadens the scope of the series, destroying the island of Isla Nublar with a volcano but releasing dinosaurs back into the ecosystem.
Jurassic world movies have always rocked the theatres with an excellent box-office collection. But at times the films have been overstuffed with plots about genetic tampering and the weapons applications of dinosaurs. The original Jurassic Park was much more focused on the terror that comes when dinosaurs target people, specifically children. That element was lost in the sequels, but the premise for Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous puts that element front and centre once again.
The movie synopsis detailed that Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous says the series will focus on a group of teenagers who happen to be at an adventure camp on the island when the events of Jurassic World result in dinosaurs getting loose. While they manage to survive the initial surge of dinosaurs, they’re not able to make it off the island. The group is trapped on the dinosaur-infested island and will have to try to adjust and adapt if they want to survive. The brief teaser for the series really plays up the scariness of the situation. Even in broad daylight, a raptor could find you and attack, and it will be fast, brutal and terrifying.
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