If Jurassic World was real, it would be packed, fans tell survey
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — “Jurassic World,” the latest film in the Jurassic Park series, features an amusement park full of dinosaurs that escape, attack, and eat the park’s guests.
And apparently a lot of people would love to visit!
A survey by ticket selling site Fandango found that 92% of potential “Jurassic World” ticket buyers said that they would go to a Jurassic Park theme park if one existed.
Fandango asked more than a 1,000 moviegoers who visited the “Jurassic World” ticket page on its site.
The survey also found that 87% were Chris Pratt fans, while 74% have seen at least one “Jurassic Park” film on the big screen.
The Universal film starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard opens this weekend and is looking to have a huge box office.
“World” brings back everyone’s favorite prehistoric travel destination for the first time in 14 years, and according to the survey it’s a film that movie-goers have been waiting for.
The survey found that 66% of respondents have been waiting for a new Jurassic Park film ever since 2001’s “Jurassic Park III.”
Unfortunately, it looks very unlikely that anyone will actually be visiting a T-Rex anytime soon. So you’ll have to stick to the standard theme parks.
But on the plus side — as Jeff Goldblum’s character Ian Malcolm pointed out in the 1993 original movie — if Disneyland’s “Pirates of the Caribbean” ever breaks down “the pirates don’t eat the tourists.”