First Look at 'Jurassic Park' Funko POPs

Jurassic Park will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary this year, and it looks like Funko could [...]

Jurassic Park will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary this year, and it looks like Funko could be planning quite the celebration for it.

A new look at Funko's 2018 Catalog shows the first concept art for Jurassic Park's POP line. You can check out the Catalog page (courtesy of below.

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The line shows POPs of some of the film's major characters, including Dr. Allan Grant (Sam Neill), John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), and Dennis Nedry (Wayne Night). The concept art also shows a POP Ride of Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) riding in one of the film's red Jeeps, as well as three different dinosaur POPs (including a Dilophosaurus with a "Chase" variant.)

The anniversary of the groundbreaking film just so happens to fall on the same year as the newest edition in the franchise will release, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The film will see the return of Jurassic World stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, as well as the aforementioned Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm.

"I like my character." Malcolm said in an interview last year. "I think my character is a saucy, sassy man of some integrity and deep thinking. And of course, that whole world continues to be popular, slam-bang, top entertainment."

Even though Fallen Kingdom will have quite a few ties to the original film, Pratt recently confirmed that one rumored connection between the two probably won't be happening - the fan theory that his character is the boy from the beginning of the film.

"I have heard about that," Pratt said last year. "I don't see it as being true. It's sweet though. And I love that kid, and I love the idea of that possibility, but I do officially say, as the bastion of Owen's backstory, but not the creator of the character, that's not true. It'd be cooler if it was."

At the moment, there's no telling when these Jurassic Park POPS will be released, or if they will even look like the concept art shown. But either way, they're sure to be must-haves for fans of the iconic film.