The Lost World: Jurassic Park

Other mistake: When they have the baby Rex and the parents approach for the infant, there's an outside shot of the T-Rex roaring as Ian moves away to the other side. After he does that the Rex on the other side silently roars, then that same roar bit is repeated from inside the trailer in the very next shot, but the roar is added in, showing repeated takes.

Other mistake: Immediately after the T-Rex breaks out of the facility into San Diego there is a panning shot into a cabin room, which is filled with people, none of whom are showing any reaction to the T-Rex. (01:47:10)

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Character mistake: When they're on the island and the INGen helicopters are flying in, Jeff Goldblum takes the binoculars and looks through the wrong end. (00:32:30)

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Ian Malcom: Yes, ooo, ahh, it always starts out that way, and then comes all the running and screaming.

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Trivia: Hammond doesn't appear in the second book (though he does in the second movie). This is because, in the book series, Hammond was killed in the first book. He slipped, broke his ankle and was fatally attacked by compies.

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Question: What happened to the dinosaurs on Isla Nublar? They wander around Isla Sorna on this movie, but no mention is made of the dinosaurs in the original. Does anybody know about their fate? Were they killed? Did they die naturally?

Answer: The dinosaurs on Isla Nublar are not mentioned. In the first book they are destroyed by bombing, which makes the second island more surprising - a lost world.

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