On June 9 of this year, it has been 30 years since the premiere of one of the most iconic science fiction films in the film industry. The first episode of Jurassic Park, directed by Steven Spielberg, is a first and an after, not only because of the special effects to imitate the movements of dinosaurs, but also because of the fascinating story of each of the characters this. This story features a cast of famous actors, who thanks to this fiction have a great rise in their careers. Three decades after the film’s first theatrical release, we show you how each of its stars looks today.
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Jurassic Park managed to collect a total of 900 million dollars in cinemas worldwide in 1993 and was one of the best box office achievers until four years later, when Titanic was released. However, at the time the special effects, Spielberg’s direction and the film’s soundtrack were praised, leading the mega-production to win three Oscars.
The story is about an amusement park, which is about to open to the public and whose main attraction is dinosaurs cloned by geneticists. However, the death of an employee at Jurassic Park caused the manager to bring in a team of specialists to ensure the safety of the area. At the same time, the actions of one of the characters who wanted to steal embryos to sell them in the competition, left this group of professionals without movement and communication, which had to survive the possible attack of different dinosaurs, especially the most terrifying. : the T. Rex, an icon of this film.
In this first episode of the saga, there are famous actors such as Sam Neill (paleontologist, Alan Grant), Laura Dern (paleobotanist, Ellie Sattler), Richard Attenborough (John Hammond Park manager), Jeff Goldblum (Dr. Ian Malcolm) and Samuel L. Jackson (Ray Arnold).
At the age of 43, one of the protagonists of Jurassic Park enjoyed creating an iconic scene from the film he made.
Most of these actors have continued their artistic careers to this day, with the exception of actor and producer Attenborough, who died in 2014 of heart failure. Others, such as Jackson, Neill and Goldblum, became Hollywood stars for the various performances they gave throughout their careers and even though many years have passed, this group of actors remains current in terms of in their permanence and calling.
Many of them are remembered for their roles in this film, which 30 years after its release continues to play on the small screen. In today’s world of social media, many of the scenes in this film have been resigned and turned into memes. Two of the most remembered dialogues are “He did it”, by mathematician Ian Malcolm when he saw a group of sauropods for the first time; and “Yes, who’s hungry?”, said manager John Hammond, after showing his guests how the dinosaurs devoured the cow in the park.
It should be noted that for those who want to return to this story born in the nineties, the film is available on the streaming platform Netflix, which can be enjoyed in two hours.