After each Jurassic Park movie, a toy line or a series of toy lines appeared.
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The following toylines were produced in response to the first Jurassic Park movie
The following toylines were produced in response to The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
Other toys Edit
The following toy sets were no part of a particular toy line:
- The Lost World: Energy Station Figure Maker
- The Lost World: Jungle Camp Figure Maker
- The Lost World: Jurassic Park Dino-Damage Medical Center
The following toylines were produced in response to Jurassic Park III.
Die-Cast: Jurassic Park III Edit
Muscle Machines Edit
Theme parks Edit
These toylines were mainly sold as souvenirs at Jurassic Park themed attractions in Universal theme parks.
Late 2000's Edit
From 2004 some Jurassic Park toy lines were produced that we not part of the Jurassic Park III merchandise.
The toys were released in 2015 to accommodate the film.
In conjunction with the Hasbro toys, LEGO released sets based on Jurassic World.
The Jurassic World: Dino Hybrid toy line is based primarily on the evolved dinosaurs in the mobile app Jurassic World: The Game. The full line is yet to be released, but some of the toys are currently available.
On July 18, 2016, Hasbro announced that it would no longer handle the Jurassic Park licence after 2017. CEO of Hasbro, Brian Goldner, explained during an evenings call that this was because "[Universal were] unable to arrive at a mutually beneficial financial arrangement on that brand". The following day, NBCUniversal chose Mattel to produce toys for the films. Their licence will start in July 2017 and they will design and develop products immediately with initial products arriving on shelves in early 2018.
Notes and referecnesEdit
- ↑ Hasbro returns to 'Jurassic Park', Variety.
- ↑ Whitten, Sarah. (July 18, 2016) Hasbro stock falls 7 percent despite strong earnings beat. CNBC.
- ↑ (July 19. 2016) Mattel Awarded Highly Coveted Jurassic World License. PRNewswire.