Some of you may remember a while back that both Marvel’s The Avengers and Disney’s Big Hero 6 were the victims of the toy gender issue, when it came to their female cast members being dismissed from the merchandise selection. Well, it seems Jurassic World is the latest brand to be changed to appeal to the boys of the world, and what was done to make this happen will probably make you go nuts. (SOURCE)
Twenty-two years ago, a little movie arrived at the pop culture doorstep, and it was loud, fierce, and would become an icon of cinema. That movie was Jurassic Park, based on the science fiction novel by Michael Crichton, which inspired a film franchise, theme park rides, and more. Now, in 2015, the latest entry into the Jurassic series, Jurassic World, is stomping into theaters. Is it as classic like the original? Or does it sit just as awkwardly on the shelf as The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3 does? Let’s open the gates and see how this nostalgic park of dino-fantasy is doing.
Since Pixar’s latest film, Inside Out, is close to its release date, it makes perfect sense that the world would finally get a taste of the studio’s other new animated project, The Good Dinosaur, which you can view below.
In celebration of Halloween, this month’s Gal-lery is going to spotlight The Daily Geekette’s very own staff– I’m going to delve into their costume past and find out what sort of fancifully-garbed outlooks they have for future costumed endeavors!