The most famous T-Rex & dinosaur in the Jurassic Park franchise! “Rexy” as fans like to call her came onto the scene in 1993 as she wowed audiences around the globe as the villain turned hero at the end of the first film ~ her scenes were so iconic they speak for themselves in Jurassic Park.....Spielberg hired Stan Winston to work with ILM to develop a life sized Rex animatronic that at the time was the most impressive creature ever brought to life even today Stans son Matt who got to work with the crew & is now in charge of the Winston school claims his teams most proudest moment in working in the trilogy was creating this Specific Rex. As the first film became a huge success grossing 1 Billion worldwide they would of course be a high demand for sequels. Tho despite getting them..we did not get to see Rexy again until 2015’s Jurassic World where in the film @brycedhoward ‘s character Claire would be forced to release this dinosaur from her paddock to battle with the films main villain & freak of science I-Rex. with the help of Blue the velociraptor & the parks Mosasaurus. The 3 animals were able to defeat the huge beast. as the queen of Isla Nublar herself did manage to make a short but dramatic return in the 4th installment the franchise. No practical effects were used for her. She was 100% CG. Although in 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.. Neal Scanlan’s special effects team made a new stunning life size animatronic for rexy. Rexy is believed to be the last surviving Rex of her cloned siblings bread on Sorna. Rexy is 16 feet in height & 40 feet long according to Jurassic World’s website. She was the one T-Rex chosen by Hammonds team to be featured in JP then again in JW. it is only fitting she is not only a fan favorite but now the last remaining Rex in existence rooming the main land. Last seen in a CA zoo roaring back at a lion in The climax of JW2. #jurassicpark#jurassicworld#trex#rexy#jurassicworld3#jurassicworldfallenkingdom
As are well into into 2019, we are aware of Mattel’s incredibly amazing Jurassic line and it’s sequel, Dino Rivals! So for today’s of Daily Dinosaur we have the Dual Attack Parasaur! Straight out of the package, we can see a orange gradient of the infamous logo. This review goes over the crested animal and her card.
SCULPT: Great, the posturing is well done, but the arms feel a little proposed.
ARTICULATION: Roarivore style, by with an open mouth and a swivel hinging head. 9 PTS.
ACTION FEATURE; The front button swings be head down. The back button swings the tail.
ACCESSORIES: Trading card, 17 overall points. Decent artwork on it.
SIZE: 6 inches long.
PAINT: Incredible, looks like the Crash McCreery drawing but with yellow.
Overview: Next to a human, it does pose a large presence. It has no reused parts and has a nice sculpt. I wish the feet were smaller however.
8.6/10. Great figure with minor complaints.
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Good news! As many customers gave us feedback that they hope Primary version will also come with 1/35 figure, we talked with the studio about this condition. Now we got very good news: they agreed!👍👍👍 All the Primary version will come with 1/35 figure! 🎉🎉🎉But the price was slightly adjusted, rising to $54.39.
For our customers who already order Primary version before, we will send with 1/35 figure for free. And for customers who order both Primary and Nightmare will get two 1/35 figures.
Looking forward your ordersJ
Thank you very much!😊
We already knew Mattel’s take on Jurassic World’s biggest, baddest villain was going to sport an impressive likeness to the movie’s design, and the full reveal at this year’s Toy Show does not disappoint. The Destroy ‘n Devour Indominus Rex sports multiple action features like chomping jaws and grabbing arms, both accompanied with movie-accurate electronic audio effects. There is also a mechanism that works similar to the Thrash ‘n Throw T. rex, that allows the figure to bend down and grab unsuspecting victims in its jaws. Swinging the figure back up allows the Indominus to thus swallow it’s prize—with red LED lights in the throat silhouetting each bite! Image via @wdtoys
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