Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom in 4DX will bring a theme park vibe to theatres
- As dinosaurs come to life, feel the tumultuous ride in 4DX
- The most dynamic 4DX sequences ever!
- Return of the franchise that was the top 4DX box office hit in 2015
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When Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opens in 4DX worldwide, the innovative cinematic format will bring fans a theme park vibe thanks to the most dynamic 4DX sequences ever.
The film follows Jurassic World, which set the world 4DX box office record (USD $1.42 million) in 2015 and is the 4th ranked 4DX release of all time, worldwide. The new film, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, is expected to be an overwhelming success.
Fans will be able to feel the tumultuous dinosaurs' movements thanks to 4DX’ patented motion chairs and enriched environmental effects. Bumps and vibrations will make moviegoers feel like they are running alongside Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) as he tries to save the dinosaurs from another extinction level event. The ground shaking from a brontosaurus' footsteps or the rush of flying alongside a pterodactyl all will be felt through the 4DX chairs. Not only that, but 4DX offers environmental effects including wind, air and water allowing moviegoers to feel the breathe of T-Rex on their face or the splashes of the ocean during an epic tidal wave action scene. The only way to truly feel and watch the premiere of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is in 4DX – where you will question if the prehistoric giants actually went extinct millions of years ago.
4DX maximizes the dinosaurs' breathing and foot movements through a tailored combination of signature effects such as motion, air shots and vibration. It gives the thrilling feeling that a moviegoer is actually next to the dinosaurs in the movie. The highlight of the experience is a volcanic explosion sequence which will give theatre patrons a sense of urgency as Owen tries to escape to safety.
4DX is available in 523 auditoriums spanning 59 countries and has been acclaimed as a major trend in Europe and North America for movie fans in their 20s and 30s, attracting attention as the next-generation premium movie format.