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Can Chris Pratt's Ripped abs Save the Day in 'Jurassic World'?

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It's been over two decades since moviegoers first experienced dinosaur disaster flick "Jurassic Park," and now there's another installment of reptile rage on the way in "Jurassic World." How will a whole new cast of characters survive this time around? Star Chris Pratt has an idea.

Today's Jenna Bush Hager stopped by the set of the latest "Jurassic" sequel and asked the buff actor, who's not too shy about showing off his physique, whether or not his ripped abs could save the day.

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darklordzor1150d ago

Gotta love the professional journalism that goes on here. They get the first details on the set of the new film, and they focus on Chris Pratt's looks. Wonderful.

alycakes1150d ago

I know, I just want to see the movie.

StarWarsFan1150d ago

So the movie introduces Jurassic World with it already having been open for a while and attendance dropping? That seems awkward. It just jumps into everything and skips whatever happened since the events of the 90's. I'm not sure how I like that.

darklordzor1150d ago

All it really means is that nothing else significant happened since the last incident. They apparently figured out how to make the park 'safe' and work, and were able to open it as planned. That's info they could quickly dispense in the first 10 minutes.

StarWarsFan1149d ago (Edited 1149d ago )

Yeah, but the first movies were all about the struggle of a theme park: before it even opened to the public, then transporting dinosaurs to the mainland. Then it was a restricted area. And now it'll just jump into it randomly saying, "We built a theme park a while ago and opened for business," without any complications. And it's been opened long enough that attendance is down: it just seems like they jumped a little too far ahead.

I understand they probably did it to do something different and not start from scratch to avoid being too similar to the past movies, but a park having been opened for a while seems like it would fit better in a sequel after Jurassic World.

darklordzor1149d ago

I don't know. It's been a while, and it seems logical they could have figured it all out by then. I mean, look at all the tech advances we've made in the same time span of the movies? Not to mention it's all science fiction and they can invent the tech they need to make it work.