We have all watched "Jurassic Park" and to see dinosaurs roam the face of earth with humans is exciting to watch even today. But this father-daughter duo, animator Paul Hollingsworth and Hailee, along with some help from a few "master builders" took this love for the classic movie a step further by remaking iconic scenes with nothing but Lego blocks worth $100, 000!
Hollingsworth worked with a team of animators and designers that included his 8-year-old daughter, Hailee, to create the short film, which used $100,000 worth of Lego bricks. "Jurassic Park is one of the best movies of all times. That's why I wanted to re-create it in Lego," explained Hollingsworth. Eight-year-old Hailee describes the movie as "so cool", despite it being full of terrifying dinosaurs. But her age did not deter her from building the Visitor's Centre for this short film.
Produced by the Los Angeles-based Digital Wizards Studios, the three-and-a-half-minute-long video uses stop-motion and a variety of other animation techniques, and the results look like they were worth all the dedication and effort put into building it. With motion controlled camera rigs, after-effects composition and an original score composed by Voodoo Highway, Paul and Hailee were able to put together this incredible film in just 3 months.
"Lego Jurassic Park" isn't only model that the duo has recreated with Legos. The creation is joined by other plastic-brick works from 'Digitalwizardz' including "Lego Superman Man of Steel," "How to Train Your Dragon," and the instant classic "Superman vs Sharknado."