Film Fridays – ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ producers sued by man over film’s use of phrase “Save the Dinos”

Remember the Dinosaur Protection Group from Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom? It’s the organization founded by Bryce Dallas Howard‘s character that was designed to educate people about dinosaurs and keep the genetically-created creatures safe – a mission that becomes especially urgent when a volcano threatens to erupt on Isla Nublar.

Well, it turns out there’s a real preservation group called The Dinosaur Project, and now the leader of that organization is suing the producers of Fallen Kingdom over the use of one specific phrase. Read more about the Jurassic World lawsuit below.

The Hollywood Reporter has published a new court filing from The Dinosaur Project’s Frederick Zaccheo, who says Fallen Kingdom‘s producers breached their contract with him by using the slogan “Save the Dinos” improperly on merchandise.

 

– Excerpt from an article written by the Ben Pearson for Slash Film. Find the full article here

 

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