In 1990, Michael Crichton's sci-fi thriller Jurassic Park was released, but before it was even published
Universal Studios and Steven Spielberg bought the rights to turn the book into a motion picture, and in June of 1993,
Jurassic Park was released across the world.
The first film was so popular that it got Crichton to write a second novel: The Lost World.
Steven Spielberg directed the project and The Lost World: Jurassic Park was released in theaters on May 23rd, 1997.
The films were such a huge success that it spawned two more sequels:
Jurassic Park 3, and Jurassic World, with the fifth film, titled Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom to be released in June of next year,
with a sixth film confirmed for an unknown date.
video games, rides, and other merchandise created a Jurassic Park Empire that countless fans have taken interest in over the years.
The story of Jurassic Park created a lot of lore, and there are many locations,
details, and facts that are not well known to the general public or even a lot of fans.
We present to you The InGen Files, a long-term series where we explain and reveal lots of little
Interesting details about the Jurassic Park films and the story that we have come to know and love.
We will be documenting characters, locations,
dinosaurs, and pretty much everything you may have wondered or wanted to know about our beloved franchise.
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