This is a transcript of the dialogue in the movie Jurassic World.
Bury the HatchlingEdit
Hammond Creation LabEdit
Fade in to show two eggs beginning to hatch, with tiny claws scratching through the shells. We can hear the hatchlings' heartbeats. In the second egg, a red eye peeks out.
The Family That Strays TogetherEdit
Snow. An enormous dinosaur foot comes down with a loud thud. However, we then pan up to reveal the foot is actually that of an ordinary bird. It chirps, flaps its wings and flies away.
KAREN MITCHELL is in the driveway of a two-story suburban home loading luggage into the back of a Nissan minivan. She turns and yells up at the house.
Boys, let's do this!
In his room, GRAY MITCHELL is looking at slides of dinosaurs on his Viewmaster toy. He sees an Allosaurus fighting a Triceratops, then two Ray Harryhausen-animated Ceratosaurs fighting in a scene from The Animal World. His room is filled with dinosaur and monster movie toys and posters. There's a knock on the door.
(through the door)
Honey, what're you doin'? What is this here?
She takes the Viewmaster away from him.
Let's go. Come on, honey your flight's in two hours.
She begins counting his things.
Dane County Airport is thirty-six minutes away, sixty with traffic.
How many minutes to get your little butt in the van?
She smiles. Her son smiles back.
Hmm? How many of those?
She grabs his bag and they walk out together.
Feed the monster under your bed?
Call me every day. And text my pics so I don't forget what you look like.
Karen comes out of the house.
I'll only be gone a week.
In the driver's seat of the van, SCOTT MITCHELL, Gray and Zach's father, looks impatient and amused.
Zach, you're not goin' off to war, here. Please. Come on.
Zach and his girlfriend stare into one another's eyes.
I love you.
Will see you later.
She grins at his apparent inability to tell her he loves her.
Zach runs to the van as his father starts up the engine.
Zach's girlfriend waves to him. Everyone except her gets into the van. Karen and Scott turn and look at their boys in the backseat, particularly the sullen Zach.
I know it hurts, sweetheart.
Are you gonna be okay?
Zach responds by putting his headphones on.
Dane County AirportEdit
Christmas music plays. The Mitchells are saying goodbye to their sons at the gate to get on the plane. Karen is going over the plane ticket with Gray.
Everything right on there?
I'm so jealous. You're gonna have so much fun.
Her smile and pleasant demeanor seem a little forced.
I love you.
I love you too.
He hugs her. The hug lasts a little too long. Something isn't quite right. While hugging his mother, Gray looks over at his father, and Scott seems a little uncomfortable and manages a small smile.
They stop hugging finally.
All right, um, let's give these to your brother, okay?
She turns to hand the tickets to Zach. He isn't paying attention. He has the hood of his jacket up over his head and his headphones blasting music into his ears.
Can you hold these, please?
(a little louder)
Can you hold these? Honey, I need you to take care of these.
Finally, Zach notices and accepts them indifferently.
(getting Zach's attention)
Listen to your mother.
Take care of your brother, answer your phone. I'm serious. It's the green button. When you see my name, push it, okay?
Zach nods absently.
And remember, if something chases you...
(she pauses for dramatic effect)
Yeah, you're funny.
Zach smiles halfheartedly
Come on, let's go.
He ushers Gray along as they head to the plane.
I miss you already!
Once the boys are gone, the two adults drop the act, their attitudes becoming cold.
So much for our last family breakfast...
Why do you have to say things like that?
Gray waves goodbye as he and Zach head through the gate to board.
Did you call your sister?
Straight to voicemail.
They'll be fine. She handles twenty-thousand people a day. She can handle two more.
Welcome to Jurassic WorldEdit
Aeroporto Juan SantamariaEdit
An American Airlines Boeing 757 touches down on the tarmac in Costa Rica.
Costa Rican DockEdit
Gray and Zach are among hundreds of people boarding a ferry for Isla Nublar. The boarding ramps have Jurassic World logos on them.
How big is the island?
But how many pounds?
That doesn't make sense.
The ferry sails across the water. Gray and Zach stand at the rail.
When they first opened, they had eight species. Now they have fourteen herbivores and six carnivores. That's like fifty tons of food a week.
Zach isn't paying attention, smiling at some pretty teenage girls on a lower deck. A few minutes later, Isla Nublar comes into view and the ferry sails towards it.
Isla Nublar DockEdit
The boys disembark from the ship along with the other passengers. A PARK ANNOUNCER's voice is heard over a P.A. system.
Welcome to Isla Nublar, home of Jurassic World. We hope you have a safe and enjoyable stay with us.
The boys stop as the announcement repeats in another language, seeing ZARA YOUNG, a bored-looking woman wearing sunglasses, holding a sign with their names on it. They don't recognize her.
Where's Aunt Claire?
Zach looks sullen and doesn't reply. The two boys trudge over to meet Zara. A large monorail system which traverses the park is seen in the background.
The brothers are seated side by side in the lead car of the train running along the monorail. Zach continues looking sullen and bored, brossing his arms. A gleeful Gray grins and elbows him but doesn't get a response. The ever watchful Zara, having removed her shades, is sitting behind them. A MONORAIL ANNOUNCER is heard over the interior speakers.
Okay, those of you in the front of the train should be able to see our main gate, built from the gate of the original park, over twenty years ago.
Excited, Gray leaps up and runs to the front and watches as the train approaches the main entrance to the park. It greatly resembles that of the original Jurassic Park, complete with lit torches, except it reads "JURASSIC WORLD" in large blue letters. The doors creak open, allowing the train to pass through.
Gray rushes excitedly through the crowd.
Please obey all park rules. Proper attire, including shoes and shirts, must be worn at all times.
Gray gawps at everything he sees. The glum-looking Zach follows a little ways behind, Zara walking beside him, having some difficulty keeping pace with him. She checks her wristwatch.
Your aunt arranged to meet you at one o'clock.
Can he slow down?
Gray has already gotten on a nearby escalator and gestures excitedly to them.
Zara opens the door and enters a lavish-looking hotel room with the boys entering behind her.
Your aunt's got you VIP access. So you can get on all the rides without waiting in line.
Gray is impatient, futzing with the big screen TV.
Zach, looking at his iPhone, goes and flops down on the bed.
Dude, she said we had to wait.
I don't wanna wait anymore!
He runs and opens the windows, looking out at the park. Beyond the hotel room balcony, we see John Hammond's dream come true as the sun burns bright onto Jurassic World and built beside the fences of the Mosasaur Lagoon stands the Monorail. Standing big and proud, The Innovation Center can be seen from afar along with Main Street below it with massive amounts of tourists walking back and forth to each attractional building and we pass the roof the innovation center, we see a quick shot of the Helipad.
Park operations manager, CLAIRE DEARING is riding on an elevator, talking to herself. She's memorizing the names of people she's going to be meeting.
Hal Osterly, vice-president... Jim Drucker, bad hair... Erica Brand, deserves better... Hal, Jim, Erica. Hal, Jim, Erica. And I am Claire.
She looks at her wristwatch. The elevator dings.
CLAIRE (sighing) Three minutes late.
She sighs. When the elevator doors open, Claire is looking right at the camera.
CLAIRE Welcome to Jurassic World.
Hammond Creation LabEdit
Scientists are hard at work as visitors watch them through convex windows. Claire leads a small tour group consisting of three potential investors, HAL OSTERLY, JIM DRUCKER and ERICA BRAND through the laboratory.
While year-over-year revenue continues to climb, operating costs are higher than ever. Our shareholders have been patient, but let's be honest, no one's impressed by a dinosaur anymore. Twenty years ago, de-extinction was right up there with magic. These days, kids look at a Stegosaurus like an elephant from the city zoo. That doesn't mean asset development has fallen behind. Our DNA excavators discover new species every year.
They enter a part of the lab closed to visitors. DNA double helixes are displayed on computer screens.
But consumers want them bigger. Louder. More teeth.
The investors listen intently, exchanging looks.
The good news? Our advances in gene splicing have opened up a whole new frontier. We've learned more from genetics in the past decade than a century of digging up bones.
She leads them over to the computer screens.
So, when you say you want to sponsor an attraction, what do you have in mind?
We wanna be thrilled.
Don't we all?
She slides her finger across the screen and a DNA double helix reacts. Claire steps forward proudly.
The Indominus Rex. Our first genetically modified hybrid.
Drucker looks dubious.
How did you get two different kinds of dinosaurs to...
He struggles with how to put it, and makes awkward "doing it" motions with his hands.
He trails off uncertainly. DR. HENRY WU walks over to the group, smiling.
Oh, Indominus wasn't bred. She was DESIGNED. She will be fifty feet long when fully grown. BIGGER than the T. rex.
(to the investors)
Every time we've unveiled a new asset, attendance has spiked. Global news coverage. Celebrity visitors. Eyes of the world.
Osterly is convinced.
When will she be ready?
(beaming with pride)
She already is.
Crowds of people fill the street leading towards the Innovation Center. Gray is running enthusiastically up the steps of the building with his brother and Zara trailing behind.
The boys push open the double doors and enter. Zara, trying to keep up, almost doesn't make it through before the doors swing shut. The interior of the building is a flurry of activity. A statue of JOHN HAMMOND stands tall toward the back of the building.
Welcome to the Innovation Center, where technology meets prehistory. Join us on an exciting journey 65 million years into the past.
In the center of the lobby is a holographic platform, currently displaying a life-size projection of an Apatosaurus which roars, seemingly at the boys. Announcements over the P.A. from both male and female speakers continue as we see the various exhibits the lobby has to offer, including Digging For Dinosaurs, a recreation of a paleontological dig where children use brushes to uncover bones.
...literally meaning "three-horned face." Three. Triceratops is half as tall as T. rex...
There is theater where children and their parents are watching a documentary about the extinction of the dinosaurs.
...as one-hundred trillion tons of TNT.
We see an asteroid strike the Earth in an enormous explosion. The children give various exclamations of amazement and fright. Elsewhere, we see a holographic projection of a globe of the Earth, showing where various dinosaurs lived during prehistory.
...can turn its head back to look over its shoulder, to better aim the swing of its dangerous tail.
Gray rushes over to the Mr. DNA Show, where visitors are quizzed about genetics. After a quick scan of the screen he immediately begins pushing buttons and reciting the answers.
Cytosine, guanine, adenine and thymine. The same four things in everything that ever lived.
In response, a 3-D representation of MR. DNA appears onscreen.
(for the next visitor)
Test your knowledge!
Zach sidles up to him, grumpy.
Hey, don't wander off, all right? Mom's not paying me for babysitting.
...the building blocks of life! When John Hammond discovered a way to bring dinosaurs...
Gray, is that you?
They turn and see Claire descending the stairs on her phone.
They run over. She continues down, still talking on her phone, but in a hurry to finish the conversation.
Okay, yeah. No, I'm gonna have to go. My nephews are here.
As she hangs up and reaches the bottom, Gray runs up and hugs her. She is clearly overjoyed but unsure of how to respond and awkwardly hugs him back. The holographic projection has now changed from an Apatosaurus to a Parasaurolophus next to them. Zach ambles up, still looking moody and emotionally distant as usual, hands stuffed into his pockets.
Oh, oh, my gosh, you're so-- you're so sweet!
She turns and looks at her other nephew as Zara joins them, having finally caught up to the boys.
Whoa, Zach! Last time I saw you, you were like...
She holds a hand at about roughly Gray's height.
That must've been, what? Three, four years ago?
Uh, seven. Seven years. But, you know, close.
So I see you already got your wristbands and this is for food.
She hands Gray an envelope with the Jurassic World logo on it.
And Zara here is going to take great care of your until I'm doing working tonight, okay?
Zara glances up from her cell phone, looking uninterested. Gray suddenly looks gloomy at this revelation.
You're not coming with us?
Oh, um, I really wish that I could, but tomorrow I can take you into the control room, show you behind the scenes and all of that. That's... that's gonna be cool, right?
Zach rolls his eyes while Gray averts his gaze from his aunt and stares at the door. Claire's phone rings.
Okay, so I will see you tonight at, uh...
No, no, don't forget you have the...
Right, of course. I will see you tonight at eight. What time do you go to sleep? Or, or, do you go to sleep at different times?
The boys don't respond. They're stony-faced. Her phone continues ringing insistently. She checks it.
Okay, so, um, have fun.
And take very good care of them.
Smiling, she walks off through the holographic dinosaur.
(into the phone)
Yeah. No, I'm here.
Does This Dino Make Jurassic World Look Big?Edit
A high-tech control room consisting of numerous consoles and workstations facing a huge wall of monitors, the center most of which displays a map of the island. Technicians work diligently.
Two juvenile Triceratops are goin' at it again. Should I tranq 'em or are your comin' over to take care of this?
Yeah, got ahead and tranq 'em--
Uh, they're rutting.
Claire enters holding a Starbucks coffee cup and addresses two of the technicians, VIVIAN KRILL and LOWERY CRUTHERS. Lowery's desk is covered with toy dinosaurs and he's wearing a Jurassic Park shirt instead of a Jurassic World one.
What's the live count?
Twenty-two thousand, two-sixteen
Yeah, six kids in the lost and found, uh, 28 down with heat stroke, and some--
Claire notices his shirt of the ill-fated and famous Jurassic Park.
Where did you get that...?
Oh, this? I got it on eBay. Yeah, it's pretty amazing. I got for 150 dollars but the mint condition one goes for 300, easy--
Didn't it occur to you maybe that's in poor taste?
The shirt? Yeah, no, it did. I understand people died. It was terrible, but...
That first park was legit! You know, I have a lot of respect for it. They didn't need these genetic hybrids--
They just needed dinosaurs, real dinosaurs! That's kind of enough--
Okay, please don't wear it again.
Yeah, wasn't gonna...
Vivian changes the subject.
Did you close the deal?
Looks like it. Verizon Wireless Presents the Indominus Rex.
Lowery exhales and lowers his head.
Ugh, that was so terrible!
(raises his head)
Why not just go the distance, Claire? Let these corporations name the dinosaurs. They've got all the ballparks. Why stop there?
Claire notices something, interrupting him.
Why are the West Plains closed?
Another Pachy roaming outside his zone, but he's fully sedated and ready for relocation.
(still on his earlier tangent)
Security said the invisible fences were a no-fail. That is the second time this month.
Well, the Pachys short out their implants when they butt heads.
How much longer until they get it out of there?
He just got five milligrams of carfentanil.
Yes, he's very stoned. So why don't we show a little sympathy?
Claire smiles, amused.
I mean, you do understand these are actual animals, right?
Claire stares at him with an uncomfortable look and instead of answering, Claire draws attention to his desk.
Clean up your workspace. It's... chaotic.
I like to think of it as a living system. Just enough stability to keep it from collapsing into anarchy.
He adjusts one of the toy dinosaurs that is slightly out of place. With her foot, Claire nudges a trash can over. Lowery, reaching for a bag of chips, knocks a soda cup off the desk, and because Claire nudged the trash can over, it falls into that instead of hitting the floor. Fortunately, the tip remained on, so it doesn't spill. Now embarrassed Lowery retrieves it from the trash and returns it to his desk as Claire exits the control room.
Inbound chopper, Jurassic 1. ETA five minutes.
Outside, a blue a blue Eurocopter Colibri with "JW001" on the tail flies in and lands on the helipad. Claire gets aboard and sits in the backseat. Up front is park owner SIMON MASRANI and his FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR. Masrani removes his sunglasses.
(by way of greeting)
Mr. Masrani! You're... flying!
Masrani shrugs as if it's no big deal.
I got my license.
(holds up two fingers)
Well, two more days.
(turning in his seat)
So, how's my park doing?
She makes a show of consulting some paperwork.
We're up two and a half percent over last year, a bit lower than our initial projections--
No, no, no, how's it doing? Are the guests having fun? Are the animals enjoying life?
Well, guest satisfaction is steady. In the low nineties. We don't have a way to measure the animals' emotional experience.
Sure you do. You can see in their eyes, right?
He turns back around.
Okay, now show me my new dinosaur...
Everyone braces. Claire gasps as suddenly the aircraft lifts up awkwardly into the air. Looking a little wobbly, it zooms off over the park.
Got it, got it... got it!
The copter zooms off over the jungle. Masrani is a mediocre pilot at best, but his inexperience despite only two days of training left is made up for his sheer enthusiasm for flying. He's having the time of his life. Claire not so much. She remains braced against her seat, clearly terrified. The flight instructor for his part seems to be keeping his cool.
You look tense, Claire.
Maybe you should just... focus on the controls...
The key to a happy life is to accept you are never actually in control.
Up ahead, Claire sees something, pointing.
The instructor jerks, startled, finally losing his cool, as Masrani, imitating the bird's cawing sound, swings abruptly right to avoid colliding with the animal.
You should spend a day at the beach. Get some sun.
Uh, right, so marketing thought we could offset some of the costs--
Ah, enough about costs! John Hammond entrusted me with his dying wish, and not once did he mention profits. "Spare no expense", he used to say.
I appreciate that, but the reality of operating a theme park is that it requires--
Don't forget why we built this place, Claire. Jurassic World exists to remind us how very small we are. How new. You can't put a price on that. Now please... (turns in his seat and smiles) ...we're flying!
He puts his sunglasses back on and pushes the throttle forward.
They brace themselves once more as the helicopter flies past a waterfall and comes in low over Paddock 11.
Paddock 11 is a large fortress-like structure with forty foot reinforced walls and an enormous gate at the front. It appears as if the exterior is still under construction. The helicopter touches down roughly and everyone gets out. The instructor, clutching his stomach, runs away and vomits into some bushes.
Is he okay?
(yelling over to the instructor)
Are you okay?
Oh, he's just being dramatic.
He watches construction workers welding things together.
Are you still building...?
We planned to open in May, but Asset Containment insisted we build the walls up higher. It's bigger than expected.
Masrani stands for a moment observing how huge the walls are.
It's a good sign.
Claire leads Masrani into the paddock's observation room, a large control room with computers and enormous windows overlooking the interior of the enclosure. SUPERVISOR NICK stands at one of the touch screen thermal imaging consoles as they come in. Masrani takes off his sunglasses.
We hit a few speed bumps early on. It began to anticipate where the food would come from.
She gestures for Nick to leave and he exits, leaving the two of them alone.
One of the handlers nearly lost an arm. The others threatened to quit if I couldn't guarantee their safety.
They go to the windows. At the moment, we can't see anything but dense jungle.
She's intelligent, then?
For a dinosaur.
He points to one of the windows which has been cracked.
It tried to break the glass.
I like her spirit...
They hear a growl outside. Something enormous begins moving through the trees at the far end of the enclosure. We see the outline of a large theropod dinosaur with white skin moving through the fronds, but Indominus Rex doesn't fully emerge. Masrani stares at her.
Oh, it's white... you never told me it was white...
Claire comes over and joins him.
Think it'll scare the kids...?
The kids? This'll give the PARENTS nightmares...
Is that... good?
(still in awe)
Outside, we a closeup of Indominus' yellow eye peering at the two humans through the foliage.
Can she see us?
They say it can sense thermal radiation, like snakes.
Say, I thought there were two of them.
There was a sibling in case this one didn't survive infancy.
Where's the sibling?
She ate it.
Masrani stares at her wide-eyed. She simply smiles nervously. He nods and looks up at the ceiling. Outside, the Indominus Rex moves away through the jungle.
So the paddock is quite safe, then?
We have the best structural engineers in the world.
Yeah, so did Hammond.
Claire doesn't respond.
There's an American Navy man here. Part of a research program one of my companies is running. Owen Grady.
Claire looks a little miffed.
I know who he is.
His animals often try to escape. They're smart. He has to be smarter.
Claire smiles mirthlessly.
He only thinks he's smarter...
Masrani notices her tone but lets it pass without comment.
I want you to bring him in. Let him inspect the paddock. Maybe he sees something we can't.
As the Jurassic World TurnsEdit
We Meet Owen Grady and his RaptorsEdit
Transits to a quiet jungle area. Suddenly, a pig runs past, squealing with fright. Suddenly, it gets through a gate, and it closes. We see a raptor claw tapping impatiently.
The velociraptors obediently comply. They abruptly pull to a halt.
Owen Grady Hey! (holds his hand up) Okay! (presses a clicker) Eyes on me! Blue?
Blue! (clicks the button) Watch it. Charlie. Hey! Don't give me that shit! Delta! Lock it up! Good! And we're moving.
He moves to where a basket hangs from a railing.
That's good. That is damn good. (presses the clicker) Very good! See, Charlie, that's what you get! (he throws bait to Charlie, who promptly snatches it from the air) Echo, there you go!
Blue? This one's for you.
The Raptors scatter.
On the platform above, hands are shaken and cheers heard. BARRY approaches Owen.
You finally did it, man.
VIC HOSKINS appears.
Owen. I was starting to think I hired the wrong guys, but, damn, you got them eating out of your palm.
You came on a good day. It's not usually a happy ending.
Is that why you're not sending in your reports?
We've been busy.
Not too busy to cash your paychecks.
What do you need, buddy?
A field test. Hey. I've just seen they can respond to commands. We need to take the research and get it on its feet.
These are wild animals, Hoskins. Trust me, you DON'T want them in the field.
I just saw a bond. A real bond. Between man and beast.
You're in my way.
Come on. We're the same. We're dogs of war. We know that the military needs to reduce casualties. Some people think that robots are the future. Look, nature gave us the most effective killing machines 75 million years ago. And now we know they can take orders.
We finally make progress and that's the first thing he says? Make a weapon?
Shit. Come on, gents. It's grown-up time. Drones can't search tunnels and caves. And they're hackable. The minute a real war breaks out, all that fancy tech is gonna go dark.
But that tech's not gonna eat them if they forget to feed it.
Look at these creatures. (points to the Raptors) They've got millions of years of instinct in their cells, instinct that we can program. Their loyalty can NOT be bought. These guys are gonna run straight into the enemy's teeth and eat them, belt buckle and all.
What if they decide THEY wanna be in control?
Well, then we remind them who is. We terminate the rogues. Promote only loyal bloodlines. (notices Owen laughing)What? What's so funny?
I don't know. You come here and you DON'T learn anything about these animals except what you want to know. You made them, and now you think you own them.
We DO own them. Extinct animals have no rights.
They're not extinct anymore, Hoskins.
Exactly. We're sitting on a GOLDMINE and Masrani is using it to stock a petting zoo. He just wants to teach people some humility. He doesn't make weapons. You think that the eighth richest man in the world is only into oil, telecom, and family fun parks? He's so diversified, he doesn't even KNOW what he owns. How long has InGen been practicing this pitch? Since the day we hired you out of the Navy. You knew the end game. These animals can replace thousands of boots on the ground. How many lives would that save? War is part of nature. Look around, Owen. Every living thing in this jungle is trying to murder the other. Mother Nature's way of testing her creations. Refining the pecking order. War is a struggle. Struggle breeds greatness. Without that, we end up with places like this, charge seven bucks a soda.
Do you hear yourself when you talk?
This is gonna happen. With or without you boys. Progress always wins, man.
Maybe progress should lose for once.
Pig loose! Pig loose!
Raptor Research ArenaEdit
Jurassic World worker Leon falls into the raptors' paddock, attracting the attention of Blue, Charlie, and Delta. Owen opens the gate and rushes inside to save him.
Two rangers aim their weapons at the raptors.
Oh no, no, hold your fire!
Owen approaches the three raptors.
Hold your fire, do not fire!
Barry closes the gate.
Put 12 amps in these animals, they're never gonna to trust me again.
Barry pulls Leon out of the paddock.
Blue, stand down. Stand down.
Blue snaps at Owen.
Hey, hey! What did I just say? Delta, I see you. Back up.
Okay, good. Good.Charlie? Stay right there. Good. (to Barry) Close the gate.
Are you crazy?
Just trust me.
Close the gate!
He backs up to the gate. At the last possible second, he drops down and rolls underneath as the gate slams shut. The raptors try to follow and ram their heads into the metal.
You're the new guy, right?
You ever wonder why
there was a job opening?
Don't ever turn
your back to the cage.
A Glorified Petting ZooEdit
Gentle Giants Petting ZooEdit
Lift me up.
I can't see!
I'm not Dad. And you're not five.
I can still ride the Triceratops.
I'm 47-and-a-half inches.
This place is for little kids.
Yeah, I know.
Wanna go on the spinning dinosaur eggs?
Cover up your dork pouch.
Because it's my wedding.
No, Alec's not
having a bachelor party.
Because all his
friends are animals.
Go. Run. Go!
The next T. rex
feeding will begin in 10 minutes.
T. rex! Come on, man! Come on!
Tyrannosaurus Rex KingdomEdit
Parents be aware,
this show may be
disturbing for smaller children.
You were supposed to
call me when you landed.
Are you having fun?
Yeah, I guess.
Aunt Claire gave us passes,
so we don't have to wait in line.
Wait, she's not with you?
Hi, Claire. How's it going?
Yeah, everything's great.
The boys are having fun.
Yeah, everyone's good.
Really? Because I
just hung up with Zach,
and he said that you
weren't even with them.
Yeah, look. Today turned out
to be a really bad day for me.
They're in great hands.
They're with my assistant.
so they invented nannies.
Wait, are you crying?
This was supposed to be
a family weekend, Claire.
You haven't seen
the boys in forever.
And I know how Zach will treat
Gray if they're by themselves.
And he can just be so mean.
Okay, I'm sorry.
Tomorrow, I'm gonna spend
the entire day with them.
I'm going to take off work,
and I will not leave their side.
Well, a promise tomorrow is worth
a lot less than trying today.
Ew! You're using
Mom's lines now?
I am using Mom's lines.
I'm sorry, but you know,
I have to tell you, they work.
You'll see when you have kids.
"When." It's worth it.
What do they want now?
Owen You NothingEdit
Claire visits Owen at his bungalow near the sea.
You just went and made a new dinosaur?
Yeah, it's uh kinda what we do here. The exhibit opens to the public in three weeks. Mr. Masrani wanted me to consult with you.
You want to consult here, or in my bungalow.
It's not funny.
(Laughing) A little funny.
We would like you to evaluate the paddock for vulnerabilities.
I guess that Mr. Masrani thinks, since you are able to control the raptors...
See, it's all about control with you. I don't control the raptors, it's a relationship. It's based on mutual respect. That's why you and I never had a second date.
Excuse me, I never wanted a second date.
Who prints out an itinerary for a night out?!
I am an organized person.
O what kind of a diet doesn't allow tequila?
All of them, actually.
And what kind of a men shows up to a date in boardshorts?
Well, it's Central America; it's hot.
Ok, ok. Can we just focus on the asset, please?
The "asset"? Look I get it. You're in charge out here, you gotta make a lot of tough decisions, it's probably easier to pretent these animals are just numbers on a spreadsheet. but they are not. They are alive.
I am fully aware they're alive.
You might have made them in a test tube, but they don't know that. They're thinking: I gotta eat. I gotta hunt. I gotta... You can relate to at least one of those things, right?
Claire steps down from Owen's cabin going face-to-face with him. She looks at him ready to say something smart.
I'll be in the car. You might want to change your shirt, there very sensitive to smell.
Claire walks to her car with Owen staring at her.
Mosasaurus Feeding ShowEdit
We close in on the Mosasaurus Arena, Almost more than a thousand visitors sit in the audience. We notice Zach and Gray sitting within them. The announcer stands on the platform, speaking.
The Mosasaurus was thought to have hunted near the surface of the water where it could prey on anything it could sink its teeth into
Above the announcer and into the lagoon, a great white shark is via a mechanical hook.
Okay folks, let's see if she's still hungry after already eating today. She's a little shy so be nice and give her a hand when she comes out.
Gray shoves Zach in excitement while Zach is staring at a picture on his phone of his girlfriend.
Zach! Zach! he Mosasaurus
SUDDENLY! the big fierce reptile of the sea thunders out of the water and snaps its jaw onto the Great-White dragging it under the water within lagoon and sending a pool of water over the audience. Soaked in water, the audience cheer and clap in total excitement and 'awe' to what they just saw. Zach smiling and unbelieved to what he'd just seen, claps along with everyone else's. The bleachers begin to move downwards.
Okay, hold on tight. We're going to give an even closer look at our Mosasaurus.
When the bleachers stop moving, the audience are now sitting in the Underwater Observatory and are watching an underwater view of the reptile. Noise fills the attraction with cheering and clapping. The Mosasaur grabs the last of the Great-White shark eating it whole then rapidly biting it.
It has eighty-eight teeth.
Hey, you wanna see something else cool?
The construction crews are on break as Claire and Owen get out of the car. Owen stares up at the towering walls, looking unconvinced and more than a little uneasy.
We've been pre-booking tickets for months. The park needs a new attraction every few years in order to reinvigorate the public's interest. Kind of like the space program.
She walks over to the flight up steps leading up to the observation tower. Owen follows.
Corporate felt genetic modification would up the "wow" factor.
They're dinosaurs. "Wow" enough.
Not according to our focus groups. The Indominus rex makes us relevant again.
Owen can't believe his ears. He grins.
"The Indominus rex!"
We needed something scary and easy to pronounce. You should hear a four year old try to say "Archaeornithomimus."
You should hear you try to say it...
They enter the observation room. Supervisor Nick is sitting at his desk on his lunch break, munching a sandwich. Besides them he's the only one present. They walk over to one of the windows. As before, we don't see the I. rex, just the dense jungle of the paddock interior beyond the glass.
What's this thing made of...?
The base genome is a T. rex, the rest is... classified.
You made a new dinosaur but you don't even know what it is?
She's already annoyed by his line of questioning.
The lab delivers us new assets and we show them to public.
Can we drop a steer, please?
An annoyed Nick presses a button.
How long has the animal been in here?
All its life.
Never seen anything outside of these walls?
We can't exactly walk it.
There's a rumbling noise outside and a huge crane lowers a hunk of beef down from above.
And you feed it with that?
Claire isn't getting it, seeming bemused and still mildly annoyed.
Is there a problem?
Animals raised in isolation aren't always the most functional.
Your raptors are born in captivity...
With siblings. They learn social skills. And I imprint on them when they're born. There's trust. The only positive relationship this animal has is with that crane. At least she knows that means food.
He seems increasingly concerned, but Claire isn't sharing his opinion. She adopts a very patronizing, sarcastic tone.
So she needs a friend? We should schedule play dates? That sort of thing?
Probably not a good idea.
Noticing the dinosaur hasn't emerged from the jungle to eat the meat, Claire leans over and taps on the glass.
Where is it...?
Now it's Owen's turn to be sarcastic.
What, is it in the basement? Is there a downstairs? Maybe it's in the rec room.
Ignoring him, Claire shakes her head.
It was just here. We were just here.
She goes to one of the thermal imaging consoles and activates it. It performs a scan of the jungle. After a moment it emits an annoyed buzzing sound and flashes the readout "NO THERMAL SIGNATURES DETECTED." The other computer screens arranged around the room begin beeping in alarm and they all show the same words. They're not detecting any body heat inside the paddock. The Indominus rex isn't showing up.
Owen walks over to a window at the far end of the room.
That doesn't make any sense. These doors haven't been opened in weeks.
Across the room, Owen points out the window.
Were those claw marks always there?
Claire turns and comes to look at what he's pointing at.
You think it...?
Realization hits her and she begins trembling.
Turning, she runs out.
She has an implant in her back! I can track it from the control room!
Owen watches her go, then turns and looks back out the window. By the rear door of the paddock, we can see numerous deep scratch marks in the concrete going up very high.
Claire is in her Mercedes racing back to the main area of the park, talking on her cell phone.
We have an asset out of containment! Put ACU on alert! This is not a drill!
Lowery and Vivian are chatting.
Even though I didn't meet him until I was thirteen, I definitely considered Carl to be, like, more of a dad than my real dad.
They hear a beep. On the park map, a blinking red dot indicates trouble in the Restricted Area. The phone rings. Lowery answers it.
(over the phone)
...get me coordinates on the Indominus.
Lowery and Vivian exchange confused glances.
Okay, yeah, uh...
Masrani enters and looks up at the map.
...let me do... uh, I'm doin' it right now.
Owen and Nick enter the main area of the enclosure through a side door. Warily, they walk through the jungle to the back wall, where a worker, ELLIS, is inspecting the claw marks. Owen is alert and Nick looks nervous, but they make it over to where Ellis is without incident. Owen feels the deep grooves with his bare hand and the three men stare up at the massive wall looming over them.
That wall's forty feet high. You really think she could've climbed out?
What kinda dinosaur they cooked up in that lab...
The tracking device indicates on the map that the dinosaur is still in Paddock 11.
Wait, what the hell? It's in the cage...
Well, that's impossible. I was just there.
Claire, I'm telling you, she's in the cage...!
Masrani looks up and sees a video feed of the Paddock 11 interior showing Owen, Nick and Ellis still inspecting the claw marks. After a moment the others do, too.
What? Wait a second, there are people in there...
Get them out of there now! Now!
Paddock 11, this is Control! You need to evacuate the containment...
Vivian's voice comes through Nick's radio all garbled.
(through the radio)
...area... ...Paddock 11... ...dock 11, do you copy...
Nick answers. He doesn't seem concerned, although Owen is already glancing around, suddenly uneasy.
Yeah, what's the problem?
It's in the cage! It's in there with you!
Nick looks confused. Owen springs into action.
Owen pushes past Nick and then the three men begin running for the door they entered through. Nick is slow and lags behind. Suddenly he stops, glimpsing the outline of Indominus rex through the trees. Turning, he runs back the other way. Owen and Ellis skid to a halt as the I. rex emerges from the jungle and blocks their escape. It bellows forth a mighty roar. The two turn and run back the way they came, but Ellis isn't fast enough. Indominus snatches him up in her clawed hands. He screams.
Masrani, Lowery and Vivian listen to Ellis' screams over the radio. We hear crunching sounds.
A horrified Claire can also hear the sounds of Ellis dying.
Reaching the back door, Nick uses a handprint ID and a security code to override the door lock. The huge door begins to open. Running to it, he hesitates, looking back at Owen who is running towards him with Indominus rex right behind him. He sees Indominus with Ellis in her mouth. She rips off one of his legs. Nick screams and runs through the door.
A video feed shows the paddock door opening with an alarm blaring "SECURITY BREACH."
Close the door.
We can't lock him in there with that thing!
Come on, close it now!
He leans over and presses the button himself.
(yelling into her phone)
Somebody talk to me! What is happening?
The door begins to slowly close as Owen runs towards it, with the huge predator gaining on him from behind.
He runs through. Workers rush around in a wild panic, trying to escape, as Indominus gets halfway through before the door closes on her. Her head and one arm stick free and she snaps her jaws at Owen. He runs and slides underneath the crane, where he lies hiding on his stomach. Indominus pushes the door off of its track with the servos whining in protest and then steps out from inside the paddock, freed.
Owen watches, wide-eyed, as Indominus stomps over to where Nick is sitting in front of a pickup truck. She walks around the left side as Nick, mustering his courage, peers around the right front bumper. He whimpers and sobs as he sees the huge tail disappearing around the rear of the truck, then turns back around, trying to hide. He clutches and kisses a crucifix.
Suddenly the truck is violently knocked aside, flying through the air and crashing noisily to the ground upside-down, leaving the supervisor sitting out in the open completely exposed. He and Owen look at one another for a long moment. Suddenly, the jaws snap down, grabbing Nick and lifting him up out of view.
Acting quickly, Owen draws a survival knife and rolls over onto his back. Reaching up, he grabs the crane's fuel line and hacks desperately at it with his blade until he finally slices through it, rupturing it and spewing gasoline down onto himself. Hurriedly, he smears it all over himself in an effort to mask his scent. Having finished eating Nick, Indominus now approaches the crane and crouches down on all fours, sniffing. Owen lies back, perfectly still, as the dinosaur's bloodied, gore-encrusted jaws inch closer and closer... until finally she withdraws, rising up out of view, and walks away.
Slowly, Owen lifts his head, watching her go, her thudding footsteps retreating into the distance. Shivering, he lies back down and exhales in relief.
The implant will shock it if it gets too close to a perimeter fence.
Okay, it's moving really fast.
This is control, put out a park-wide alert-
Hang up the damn phone, please!
Sorry, I'm getting new information. Everything is fine.
Let Asset Containment capture it quietly. The very existence of this park is predicated on our ability to handle incidents like this. It was an eventuality, okay?
You should put that in the brochure. Eventually, one of these things will eat somebody.
That paddock is four miles from the closest attraction. ACU can handle this, no one else is gonna get-
Troopers are seen locking and loading various weapons.
To all units.
This is a non-lethal operation. Understood?
A trooper heads towards the camera, and a stun device in his hand is activated as he does, the blue bolt visible.
Raptor Research ArenaEdit
Barry and Hoskins watch the raptors.
HOSKINS How fast can they run?
Fifty when they're hungry.
You ever open them up,
see what they can do?
That got me.
It got me.
What do you think?
Want to take one home?
Hey, don't joke.
When I was your age,
I rescued a wolf pup.
It was, like, two months old.
It could barely walk.
It used to sleep by my bed.
Watch over me.
My wife, she came at
me with a steak knife.
It took a chunk out of her arm.
Did you put him down?
We had an unshakeable
bond, you know?
Just like you and...
What's his name?
Delta. And she's a girl.
Can I...(pats Delta, who snarls insidiously)
That's the new one!
They said we lost two guys!
What's a Code 19?
Asset out of containment.
These people, they never learn.
They're gonna learn all kinds of
things about their new asset now.
(he takes a cell phone and dials a number)
Hey. Yeah, it's me.
We might have an opportunity here.
A herd of Gallimimus flock together with a Tour Jeep driving beside them with amused tourists looking ahead.
You guys been here before?
If Mom and Dad get divorced,
will one of us be with Mom
and the other with Dad?
What? Why would
you say that?
Because they are.
No, they're not getting...
They're not getting divorced.
Look. You haven't been around long enough.
They've always been that way.
They get mail from
two different lawyers.
That doesn't mean anything.
They're divorce lawyers.
All right, whatever.
You know what?
It doesn't matter, okay?
I'm gonna be gone
in two years anyway.
I mean, all my friends'
parents are divorced.
Hey, knock it off.
You're gonna cry?
Look. You're gonna get
two of everything, right?
You're gonna get two birthdays,
two Thanksgivings, two...
I don't want two of everything.
Yeah, well, it's not up to you.
All right? There's a point
you have to grow up. Grey stares out from the glass window and sees vehicles travelling on the road below.
The vehicles converge on the Indominus Rex.
Security Guard: I need to see a badge. Sir, I need to see a badge.
Owen: What the happened out there?
Security Guard: Sir.
Owen: There are thermal cameras all over that paddock. She did not just disappear!
Claire(sighs): It must have been some kind of a technical malfunction.
Owen(angry): Were you not watching? She marked up that wall as distraction. She wanted us to think she escaped!
Claire: Hold on. We are talking about an animal here.
Owen: A highly intelligent animal.
Vivian: 400 meters to the beacon.
The camera shows the stun devices which the team are armed with.
Owen: You're going after her with non-lethals.
Masrani: We have $26 million invested in that asset. We can't just kill it.
Owen: Those men are gonna die.
Vivian: 300 meters to the beacon.
Owen: You need to call this mission off right now.
Vivian: They're right on top of it.
Owen: Call it off right now.
Claire: You are not in control here!
Transit to the jungle, where the team have dismounted their vehicles and proceeded on foot to the I rex. The commander picks up the tracking implant from the ground, the team members wary.
Commander: Blood's not clotted yet. It's close.
Masrani: What is that?
Owen: That's her tracking implant. She clawed it out.
Claire: How would it know to do that?
Owen: She remembered where they put it in.
Meanwhile, the commander notices blood dripping onto his arm. He looks up and backs away as the Indominus comes into view. The camera pulls back to show it is exactly the same colour as the foliage.
Commander: It can camouflage!
He races for safety and the I rex picks him up. The team hits it with all their stun weapons and the creature drops the commander. While uneaten, he is crushed as the Rex flattens him.
In the control room, the personnel watch as the chaos ensues.
Evacuate the island.
We'd never reopen.
You made a genetic hybrid,
raised it in captivity.
She is seeing all of
this for the first time.
She does not even
know what she is.
She will kill
everything that moves.
Do you think the animal is
contemplating its own existence?
She is learning where she
fits in the food chain,
and I'm not sure you want
her to figure that out.
Now, Asset Containment
can use live ammunition
in an emergency situation.
You have an M134 in your armory.
Put it on a chopper
and smoke this thing!
We have families here.
I'm not gonna turn this place
into some kind of a war zone.
You already have.
Mr. Grady, if you're not gonna help,
there's no reason for you to be in here.
OWEN (exasperated, to Masrani)
I would have a word with
your people in the lab.
That thing out there,
that's no dinosaur.
I'm going to close everything
north of the resort.
This is a Phase One, real world.
Bring everyone in.
This is a Phase One, real world.
I repeat, this is a Phase One.
Bring everyone back in.
Did you know <???> the soft tissue is preserved because the iron in the dinosaur's blood generates free radicals, and those are highly reactive. So, the proteins and the cell membranes get all mixed up, and and uh... act as a natural preservative. DNA can survive for a millennia that way.
Zach ignores what Gray says and flirts with a girl further in the row.
See, now, even if the amber mines dry up, they'll still have bones to...
Zach points at the girl he is staring at.
What do you think's gonna happen from you just staring at them?
The girls giggle and Zach is embarassed.
The girls get into the GyroSphere and drive away.
Enjoy the ride.
A new GyroSphere arrives. Zach and Gray get in.
MAN ON PA:
Pregnant women and those who suffer from motion sickness should consult with a doctor before riding this ride.
WOMAN ON PA:
Zach and Gray drive away.
Enjoy the ride.
The manager takes up the ringing phone.
MANAGER: (at the tourists)
Sorry, folks. the ride is closed.
MANAGER: (reads from a manual)
Everyone needs to proceed to the monorail and exit towards the...
All speaking indistinctly.
Come on, guys, I just work here.
Back in the labEdit
Henry Wu enters the scene from the back area of the lab and secures the door with a code.
WOMAN ON PA:
Due to technical difficulties, all our exhibits are now closed.
The message is repeated in Portuguese.
Henry Wu sees Simon Masrani looking at him from the tourist hallway.
Henry Wu is drinking tea behind his desk. Simon Masrani stands in front of him.
You know that I'm not at liberty to reveal the asset's genetic makeup. Modified animals are known to be unpredictable.
It's killed people, Henry.
What purpose could we have for a dinosaur that can camouflage?
Cuttlefish genes were added to help her withstand an accelerated growth rate. Cuttlefish have thatchromatophores cont'dallow the skin to change color.
Simon Masrani sits down.
It hid from thermal technology.
How is that possible?
Henry Wu stands up.
Tree frogs can modulate their infrared output. We used strands from their DNA to adapt her to a tropical climate. But I never imagined...
Who authorized you to do this?
You did. "Bigger." "Scarier." Um... "Cooler" (laughs) I believe is the word that you used in your memo. You cannot have an animal with exaggerated predator features without the corresponding behavioral traits.
What you're doing here... What you have done... (Masrani stands up) The Board will shut down this park, seize your work, everything you've built. And Hammond won't be there to protect you this time.
All of this exists because of me. If I don't innovate somebody else will.
You are to cease all activities here immediately.
You are acting like we are engaged in some kind of mad science. But we are doing what we have done from the beginning. Nothing in Jurassic World in natural. We have always filled gaps in the genome with the DNA of other animals. And, if their genetic code was pure, many of them would look quite different. But you didn't ask for reality. You asked for more teeth.
SIMON MASRANI: (shouting)
I never asked for a monster!
"Monster" is a relative term. To a canary, a cat is a monster. We're just used to being the cat.
Zach and Grey are in a GyroSphere.
I'm Jimmy Fallon.
Welcome aboard the GyroSphere,
an amazing machine
made possible by science.
Your safety is our main concern.
Which is why you're behind
our invisible barrier system,
which protects you from things
like Dilophosaurus venom.
One drop of this can paralyze you,
so watch out.
Is this real? It is?
And for added protection,
each vehicle is surrounded by
aluminum oxynitride glass.
So tough, it can stop
a. 50-caliber bullet.
The Gyroscopic technology will
keep you upright at all times...
Where are they?
JIMMY FALLON (cont'd)
...so you've got nothing to worry about.
Due to technical difficulties
all our exhibits are now closed.
Please disembark all rides
and return to the resort.
Come on, we can stay out
a couple more minutes.
But they said it was closed.
Aunt Claire gave us
special wristbands, right?
We're VIP, dude.
Come on. It'll be fun.
I need you to bring the boys
back to the hotel right away.
I don't know...
I've been looking everywhere for them.
It's just been quite a while.
Slow down. I can't hear you.
Zach and Gray, they've run off.
Zach, thank God.
Is Gray with you?
I can't really hear you.
We're in the hamster ball.
Okay. Zach, listen to me.
I need you to...
Zach? (hangs up)
(turns to Vivian)
Are there any Gyrospheres
left in the Valley?
No, they're all accounted for.
It's my job.
one in the field.
Send a team of rangers,
bring them in.
Security, we need a search
and rescue in the Valley.
It's gonna be a while.
We've got our hands full out here.
No, there are
two guests missing!
You need to make
this your top priority!
Just do it, man.
There's a lot of guests missing.
We're doing the best we can.
I'll do it myself.
Do you think I'm the one
you need to be worried about right now?
What happened here?
But they told us to go back.
I'm just worried
you're not getting
the full Jurassic
I need you.
I need your help. Okay.
My nephews, they're
out in the Valley.
Please, if anything
happens to them...
The older one, he's high school age.
The younger one, he's...
He's a few years...
You don't know how
old your nephews are?
Bad idea, bad idea.
gonna get arrested.
They'll shave our heads,
and we're gonna have to make
root beer in the toilet.
What are you talking about?
You see? I told you.
You're welcome. Up close and
personal with four dinosauruses.
We shouldn't be here.
And there's five dinosaurs.
Aren't you supposed to be
a genius or something?
One, two, three,
Go, go, go!
Hold it together, man!
Drive! Drive! Go!
We're safe in here, right?
Yeah. They're totally safe.
Pick up, pick up, pick up.
I almost got it.
We're gonna have to jump.
Are you ready?
One, two... Come on!
Stay in the car.
I know, I know.
It's all right.
All right, girl.
It didn't eat them.
It's killing for sport.
Units on standby, ready for go.
Good. Hold off
on that live feed.
We've got an
evolving situation here.
Did they give you
the green light yet?
Owen, we have a situation here.
I'm Jimmy Fallon.
Welcome aboard the GyroSphere,
an amazing machine
made possible by science.
Hey, there. Your safety
is our main concern.
Now just relax
and enjoy the ride.
No, no, no.
They made it out.
My God, they jumped.
I am not one of your damn animals.
those kids are still alive,
but you and I will not be if you
continue to scream like that.
You can pick up their scent,
can't you? Track their footprints?
I was with the Navy,
not the Navajo.
So then what should we do?
What do you suggest we do?
You get back.
I'll find them.
No, we'll find them.
You'll last two
minutes in there.
Less, in those ridiculous shoes.
What is that supposed to mean?
It means I'm ready to go.
Let's get one thing straight.
I'm in charge out here.
You do everything I say,
exactly as I say it.
It's just like taking a
stroll through the woods.
65 million years ago.
You still have those matches?
Here you go.
1992 Jeep Wrangler
Sahara, Sand Beige.
You remember when we fixed up
Grandpa's old Malibu, right?
Every time this thing kills,
it moves further south.
It's headed right for the park.
Why would she come here?
She can sense thermal radiation.
Our emergency measures
just put all the warm
bodies in one place.
I know who you are.
Then you know why I'm here.
I've been working for two years
on an application
for those Raptors.
They can hunt and
kill that creature.
But your program was to
test their intelligence.
Yeah, it was.
And we did.
And in the process,
we learned something.
They follow orders.
You see, the
solution to your crisis
is standing right
in front of you.
Let me be as clear as I can.
No Velociraptors are going to
be set loose on this island.
You're out of your mind!
What are you going to do
with all these people?
You got 20,000 people here.
What are you going to do?
They have no place to go.
That thing is a killing machine!
And it will not stop.
I intend to personally
look into your project
to determine its viability within the
moral principles of this company.
What's your next move?
Sir, I can't get
a hold of your instructor.
He's likely caught up in the evacuation.
You're sure there's nobody
else who can fly a helicopter?
We don't need anyone else.
You think it's out there?
I mean, I know for a fact it is
definitely not out there, all right?
We're totally safe.
Here, go take this.
You're stronger than me.
All right. Turn it over.
I thought you failed
your driver's test.
No, only the driving part.
This one of theirs?
That road goes straight
back to the park.
How did they even get
one of these things started?
Lowery, we found her.
South of the Gyrosphere Valley,
between the old
park and the Aviary.
- Wait, are you following the dinosaur?
Get ACU out here.
Real guns this time.
ACU is airborne.
They took the helicopter.
Who's flying it?
Did you boys serve
in the Armed Forces?
Did your general ever fly
into battle with you?
Got it! Got it.
We have eyes on the target,
south of the Aviary.
Proceed and engage.
Look alive, boys!
By the birdcage!
No, no, no!
Looks like the fox
got in the henhouse.
Pull up! Pull up!
Up, up, up!
We have a breach in the Aviary.
Trees, the trees!
Okay, that's it.
We're safe now.
Open the gate!
Let us in!
Open it up!
- Come on!
- Come on!
That's a first.
Open the gate!
Open the gate!
Let us in!
Attention Aviary employees,
there has been a containment breach.
Claire, we spotted
the boys on surveillance.
the west gate.
I'm headed there now.
Okay. Stay right there.
I'm on my way. Stay right with them.
Ladies and gentlemen,
due to a containment anomaly
all guests must take
Ladies and gentlemen,
due to a containment anomaly
all guests must take
Ladies and gentlemen,
due to a containment anomaly
all guests must take
take position on boardwalk.
Use liquid tranquilizers.
Do not fire live ammunition.
Claire, come on!
Don't just stand there!
Go! Get inside now!
- Aunt Claire!
- Go, go!
No! Hold your...
Is that Aunt Claire?
It's them! Zach!
My God! Thank God! Thank God!
What happened? What is this?
Are you okay?
Where did you go?
Why didn't you come back?
I was so worried about you.
We work together.
We gotta go.
Come on, come on.
Hey! You guys can't
just be walking up in...
death was a tragedy.
The new mission is to prevent
further loss of life.
Who are these guys?
I'm glad you asked.
You're all relieved of duty.
There's a new
team on the ground.
Lowery, I'm on my
way back to you.
That's a bad idea.
The board assigned emergency ops
to iNGen's private
This guy Hoskins is in charge.
And he has this insane plan to use
the Raptors to hunt the Indominus.
What do you mean
"use the Raptors"?
Son of a bitch!
You shouldn't say "bitch."
Take the kids.
Get them someplace safe.
You got this!
Damn it, drive!
This does not feel safe.
Can we stay with you?
I am never leaving
you as long as you live.
Yeah, definitely him.
Hey! Right here.
She looks at what she wants.
Usually what she wants to eat.
The mother hen
has finally arrived.
Get the hell out of here
and stay away from my animals.
Hoskins, you wanted this to happen,
you son of a bitch!
How many more people have to die
before this mission starts
to make sense to you?
It's not a mission.
It's a field test.
This is an InGen situation now.
Okay, there are
gonna be cruise ships
that show up
here at first light.
get off this island.
You're gonna watch a news story
tomorrow about how you all saved lives.
No, better yet,
how your animals saved lives.
They've never been out of containment.
Let's move it out!
This is happening!
With or without you.
We know that she
is in sector five.
This is a game we call hide-and-seek.
It's a scent drill.
We've done it about a thousand
times with these animals.
When they get on target,
and they will get on target,
wait to engage.
Velociraptors are pack hunters.
They like to herd
the animal into a kill zone.
That's when we take our shot.
Get a clear shot,
wait on my command,
and give her everything you got.
We got one good target, gentlemen.
Do not shoot my Raptors.
You don't scare me.
Are they safe?
No, they're not.
What are their names?
Well, you got Charlie.
Here is Delta.
This one's called Blue.
She's the beta.
Who's the alpha?
You're looking at him, kid.
All right, get in. Come on.
Get in there.
If you need me,
I'll be right up front.
Just open that window.
Put your seatbelts on.
Okay, so just...
in here, right?
Do you remember that
ghost at the old house?
Remember, the one in the garage?
I protected you, right?
You made a battle ax out of
a ruler and a paper plate.
See, nothing is gonna get you
while I'm around, okay?
But you're not
always gonna be around.
We're brothers, okay?
We'll always be brothers,
and we'll always come back to one another.
No matter what.
No matter what?
No matter what.
Here we go.
Your boyfriend's a badass.
Imagine if we had these
puppies in Tora Bora.
Are you recording this thing?
They're slowing down.
They got something.
You know what?
No, no, no.
You guys are not
gonna watch this.
Keep the window closed.
I know why they wouldn't
tell us what it's made of.
That thing's part Raptor.
What's taking them so long?
Light it up!
Watch your six.
Raptors got a new alpha.
To the vehicles now!
Is everybody dead?
No, no, no.
Everyone is fine.
Don't lie to him.
It's okay to lie when people are scared.
I wanna go home.
Sweetheart, you will,
okay? I promise.
Tomorrow you will be home,
and your mother will
never let me see you again.
Get out of here! Go!
Just hold on back there.
Turn it on.
I don't know how.
Are you boys okay?
Did you see that?
I can't wait to tell Mom.
Do not tell your mother about that, ever.
We gotta get indoors.
Lowery, we're headed your way.
Call in a chopper.
be accounted for.
I want all backup
Where have you been?
Change of plans.
Mission took a jog to the left.
The embryos are safe here.
They can live up to eight
weeks on the generators.
No, no. You listen.
The park's gonna be Channel 11 by morning.
little side project's
about to get a shot in the arm.
I don't want a bunch of lawyers
messing around with something
that they don't understand.
You get it?
I'm gonna take that as a yes.
Ladies and gentlemen,
we'd like to thank you for your patience.
The next ferry will be
leaving in 45 minutes.
If you require
immediate medical attention,
please report to the nearest
health service station.
Is this what you had in mind?
Okay, people. We have an
extraction point at the east dock.
They said we had to evacuate.
There's a boat.
Someone has to stay behind.
I have a boyfriend.
I didn't know that you guys were,
You don't mention him, ever.
No, I'm at work.
No, no, no. Yeah.
Are you gonna be okay?
He's sending you and the
assets to a secure location.
But our deal is still intact?
You'll be well taken care of. Let's go!
Thank you for visiting Jurassic World.
We hope you
enjoyed your adventure.
Don't forget to visit the gift shop,
It's always happy
hour at Margaritaville.
Come on, come on.
They evacuated the lab.
What are you doing?
I'm afraid that's above your pay grade,
he works for us.
That's not a real dinosaur.
No, it ain't, kid.
But somebody's gotta make sure
that this company has a future.
a fraction of the size,
able to hide from the most
advanced military technology.
A living weapon unlike
anything we've ever seen.
Millions of years of evolution,
what did we learn?
Nature is the gift that just...
Easy. Hey, hey.
We're on the same side,
I'm on your side.
Boys, this way. Come on.
Come on. Come on.
That's how it is?
We need more.
We need more teeth.
Okay, so you just wait here.
It's gonna be fine.
Lowery, are you still there?
Hey, where are you?
I need you to open Paddock 9.
Damn it, Lowery, be a man and do
something for once in your life.
Why do you have to
make it personal?
Go! Go, go!
My God, it's your parents.
It's your parents.
Come on, come on.
Are you okay?
I'm so sorry.
Are you okay?
So, what do we do now?
Probably stick together.