PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
When the island's dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event.
To create the fire lines that the burning blobs of lava left behind, the special effects crew used propane. Neal Scanlan explained "The gas runs through a hose that goes to a pipe that has slots cut into it, just like a burner on a stove. Probably three thousand feet of slotted pipe for the burners, three thousand feet of pipe to get the gas to the burners, and then one thousand feet of two-inch hose connecting the propane to the burner system. We cut it, threaded it, and slotted it. It took us weeks and weeks and weeks, and the logistics of getting some of it up into those jungle roads is quite a challenge. We usually used cans of Sterno as pilot lights, but we also had a mixture of biofuel and sawdust that doesn't contaminate the soil and burns away clean, for the the matter of safety. We put additional pilot lights on the downhill side of the whole system. Propane is heavier than air, and the crew is all at the bottom of the hill. So if we had a leak, and the leak didn't get ignited and just started rushing down the hill, you could have a giant cloud of gas enveloping the crew and then finding a source of ignition, and that would be a disaster."
Relax. Anything in here would be dead by now.
During the auction scene at Lockwood Estate the dinosaur cage roles into the middle of the room, thus preventing auctioneer Eversol from seeing a good portion of the bidders. Not a good thing for a high stakes auction as this one.
Post-credits scene: Pteranodons are shown flying on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Italian version has three scenes trimmed for violence before submitting the film to the local censorship commissions. These are: 1) T-Rex inside a cage swallowing a goat 2) Indoraptor swallowing the bitten-off hand of Ken Wheatley) Ted Levine and then roaring his hat off. 3) T-Rex and Carnosaur ripping in two the body of Eli Mills (Rafe Spall)
$150,900,000 (Non-US) (6 June 2018)