Jurassic History

Jurassic History

June 9, 1993, the premiere of the film Steven Spielberg, "Jurassic Park"1
The idea to make a film about dinosaurs for the first time came to Spielberg in the head when he was working on the TV series First Aid. During one of the conversations with the author of the series Mike Crayton, the director asked about the creative plans of his colleague. As soon as Crichton announced that he wanted to write a book about the “Jurassic Park”, Stephen was so excited about the idea of ​​her film adaptation that he instantly persuaded Universal to buy the rights to the book.2
Initially, the composition of the "Jurassic Park" should be more stellar. To do this, Spielberg invited to the main male role - Dr. Alan Grant - Harrison Ford himself. But Harrison decided to refuse this offer. The reason was trivial: Ford did not want to be an actor associated with the public with only one director. If anyone forgot, he previously played the role of Indiana Jones in the joint films of Spielberg and George Lucas.3
The role of Ian Malcolm, too, could not get to Jeff Goldblume. Jim Carrey also claimed for her.True, according to the results of the casting, Kerry was not approved. But he was not upset and immediately starred in Ace Ventura and Mask, which brought him world fame.05/15/1993. CLOSE-UP JEFF GOLDBLUM
But enough to talk about those who have not appeared in this film. Let's talk about the main thing. That is, about dinosaurs, for the sake of which all this fuss was started. Despite the fact that the duration of the picture was more than two hours, the prehistoric reptiles on the big screen got a total of 15 minutes of time. Yes, you read that right. But it’s not for nothing that we consider Spielberg a great director. He managed to survive a maximum of a minimum. And a small number of frames with dinosaurs was compensated by other, no less interesting frames. For example, those in which people run away from these same dinosaurs.5
By the way, about dinosaurs. Initially, Spielberg wanted to follow the example of the creators of the film “King Kong” and create full-size models of all reptiles. But these plans did not come true: the idea was considered too expensive and it was decided to abandon it. The big doll was created as a result only for the main predator - the tyrannosaur.6
Special mention deserves the roar of the prehistoric giant.To create the necessary growling of T-Rex, a mix of tiger, alligator and elephant sounds was used. And the death roar included the voices of a hawk, a monkey, a rattlesnake and a swan.7
There were a few more full-size dolls in the film. We are talking about the costumes of velociraptors. To make them realistic, during the filming there were special actors.


Spielberg tried to achieve realism in everything. That is why he attracted to the production of the film several true paleontologists, who advised the director and made sure that the film had as few blunders as possible.9
The film premiered on June 9, 1993 at the National Building Museum, and all the proceeds from it went to charity.10
The first film "Jurassic Park" was a resounding success and received three Oscars for the best sound, editing and visual effects. He earned 914.7 million dollars in world film distribution and for four and a half years before the release of "Titanic" remained the highest grossing film in the history of cinema.

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