The Lost World: Jurassic Park


2h 14m 1997

Brief Synopsis

A san diego amusement park is attempting to take posession of a dinosaur which does not want to be moved away from its island.

Film Details

Also Known As
Jurassic Park 2, Le Monde perdu, Lost World, Lost World: Jurassic Park, Monde perdu, Vergesssene Welt:, mundo perdido: Parque Jurásico 2, El
MPAA Rating
Genre
Adventure
Adaptation
Sequel
Sci-Fi
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
San Diego, California, USA; San Diego, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA; Hawaii, USA; Eureka, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 14m

Synopsis

A few years back, venture capitalist John Hammond figured out how to recreate dinosaurs from DNA fragments encased in ember. He started a company called InGen, which placed the genetically engineered dinosaurs in a theme park on an island in Costa Rica. But the Jurassic Park systems broke down shortly before it could open, the dinosaurs got free and had to be destroyed, and the island was closed to the public. In the aftermath, everyone involved moved quickly to quash the story. InGen wanted to limit its liability. The Costa Rican government wanted to preserve its reputation as a tourist paradise. And the individual scientists who had been hired as consultants on the project were bound by the nondisclosure agreement to remain silent. But as Dr. Ian Malcolm is about to find out... something has survived.

Crew

Jose Pedro Adelman

Driver

Todd J Adelman

Medic

Barbara Affonso

Miniatures

Sandra Ahsam

Special Thanks To

Tippy Ahsam

Special Thanks To

Laura Albert

Stunts

Yves Albiez

Special Thanks To

George Aleco-sima

Animator

Tim Alexander

Visual Effects

Richard Alonzo

Art Department

Bob Anderson

Special Thanks To

Pete Antico

Stunts

Linda Antipala

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Fred Arbegast

Art Department

Barry Armour

Graphics

Christopher Armstrong

Animator

James M Arnett

Stunt Coordinator

Seth Arnett

Stunts

Gerard R Arnoult

Other

Greg Aronowitz

Visual Effects

Stuart Artingstall

Art Department

Paul E Avery

Best Boy

O B Babbs

Stand-In

Christine Baer

Aerial Unit

Leo Baker

Driver

Sandina Balio Lape

Foley Editor

Lloyd Ball

Other

Lloyd Ball

Puppeteer

William Ballard

Other

Dana Barks

Video

Jason Barnett

Art Department

Kane Barnett

Driver

Leslie Barnett

Assistant

Trisha Barnhart

Transportation

Kevin Barnhill

Visual Effects

William Barr

Other

Cynthia Barr-bright

Makeup Artist

Stanton Barrett

Stunts

John Barry

Song

Carlo Basail

Other

Bill Basso

Art Department

Bill Basso

Puppeteer

Michael Bauer

Visual Effects

Steve Bauerfeind

Apprentice

Randall K Bean

Other

Donna Ashley Beard

Other

Linda Bel

Animator

John Bell

Art Department

John Berger

Assistant Art Director

Andrea Biklian

Other

Don Black

Song

Ken Blackwell

Assistant Editor

Patricia Blau

Other

Robert Bleckman

On-Set Dresser

Tove Blue

Sound

Rod Bogart

Other

Lisa Marie Boiko

Stand-In

Marek Bojsza

Electrician

Sara Bolder

Dialogue Editor

Rob Bollinger

Stunts

Patrick Bonneau

Animator

Darin Bouyssou

3-D Models

Judy Bowerman

Animator

Murray Boyd

Special Thanks To

Christopher Boyes

Sound

Ken Brilliant

Art Department

Phil Brotherton

Miniatures

David Byers Brown

Animator

Emery Brown

Puppeteer

James Brown

Driver

Jeffrey Brown

Other

Judith Brown

Special Thanks To

Lindakay Brown

Adr Editor

Mark Brown

Props Assistant

Ken Bryan

Animator

Todd Bryant

Stunts

Al Burns

Special Thanks To

Gary Burritt

Negative Cutting

Richard Burton

Camera Assistant

Erik Butters

Other

Richard Byard

Assistant Editor

Ken Byer

Other

David Cadiente

Stunts

Denny Caira

Transportation Coordinator

Tino Caira

Driver

John Calpin

3-D Models

John Calpin

Puppeteer

Susan Campbell

Animator

Christopher Carlson

On-Set Dresser

Megan Carlson

Effects Coordinator

Rick Carter

Production Designer

Michael P Casey

On-Set Dresser

Christopher Caso

Stunts

Ronald Castro

Craft Service

Robert Cawley

Driver

Jacob Cerrone

Grip

Jim Charmats

Puppeteer

Jim Charmats

Art Department

David Chevalier

Other

Patricia Chevalier

Other

Lisa Chino

Assistant Editor

Terry Chostner

Other

Ron Ciesielski

Special Effects

Dennis R Clark

Driver

Cris Clarke

Assistant

Larry Clause

Foreman

Matt Codd

Assistant Art Director

Anya Colloff

Casting Associate

Caitlin Content

Art Department

Michael Corcoran

Graphics

Judith A. Cory

Hair Stylist

Dan Coscia

Grip

Danny Costa

Stunts

David Covarrubias

Electrician

David Covarrubias

Puppeteer

Christopher Cowan

Puppeteer

Christopher Cowan

Mechanical Special Effects

Catherine Craig

Other

Christine Cram

Rotoscope Animator

Barry Crane

Other

Barry Crane

Puppeteer

Patrick Crane

Assistant Editor

Michael Crichton

Source Material

Michael Crichton

Source Material (From Novel)

Terry Crnic

Driver

Gail Currey

Other

Brad Curry

Other

Bonnie Curtis

Associate Producer

Bruce Dahl

Animator

Peter Daulton

Animator

Richard Davison

Puppeteer

Richard Davison

Art Department

Jon Dawe

Puppeteer

Jon Dawe

Mechanical Special Effects

Jerry Day

Grip

Chris Daywalt

Other

Sandy De Crescent

Music Contractor

Richard Dearmas

Other

Jennifer Deaugustine

Special Thanks To

Stefan Dechant

Visual Effects

John Decker

Electrician

Lou Dellarosa

Animator

Mike Deluna

Stunts

Greg Dennen

Other

John Depasquale

Stunts

Glenn Derry

Puppeteer

Glenn Derry

Other

Beau Desmond

Costumes

Maria Devane

Post-Production Accountant

David Devlin

Gaffer

Lou Diaz

3-D Models

Michael Dicomo

Visual Effects

Craig Diffenderfer

Stand-In

Robert S Dilley

Other

Daniel Dirks

Assistant

Giovanni Donovan

Miniatures

Jeff Doran

Visual Effects

Dallas Dornan

Set Costumer

Dick Dova

Other

Dean Drabin

Adr Mixer

David Dranitzke

Assistant Stage Manager

Judy Drosd

Special Thanks To

Mitch Dubin

Camera Operator

Greg Dunn

Other

Chris Durand

Stunts

Michael Eames

Animator

D Scott Easton

Unit Production Manager

Tony Eckert

Foley Mixer

Teresa Eckton

Sound Effects Editor

Selwyn Eddy

Animator

Jeff Edwards

Mechanical Special Effects

Jeff Edwards

Puppeteer

Robert M Edwards

Miniatures

Tim Ehlinger

Consultant

Donald Elliott

Special Effects Foreman

John Elliott

Foreman

Tom Elliott

Stunts

Mike Ellis

Visual Effects

Kate Elsen

Rotoscope Animator

Vicki L Engel

Effects Coordinator

Chrissie England

Other

Gary Epper

Stunts

Jon Epstein

Stunts

Kevin Erb

Best Boy Grip

Mark Eshelman

Other

Kevin Fahey

Grip

Michael Fallavollita

Visual Effects

Cory Faucher

Special Effects

Andre Fenley

Assistant Sound Editor

Anthony Feola

Production

Bobby Ferreira

Special Thanks To

Kekahi Ferreira

Special Thanks To

Tyson Ferreira

Special Thanks To

Gary Fettis

Set Decorator

Lyn-del Fiageu

Other

Greg Figiel

Puppeteer

Greg Figiel

Art Department

Robert Finley Iii

Other

Ken Fischer

Sound Effects Editor

Debbie L Fought

Rotoscope Animator

Film Details

Also Known As
Jurassic Park 2, Le Monde perdu, Lost World, Lost World: Jurassic Park, Monde perdu, Vergesssene Welt:, mundo perdido: Parque Jurásico 2, El
MPAA Rating
Genre
Adventure
Adaptation
Sequel
Sci-Fi
Release Date
1997
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
San Diego, California, USA; San Diego, California, USA; Los Angeles, California, USA; Hawaii, USA; Eureka, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
2h 14m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Summer May 23, 1997

Wide Release in United States May 23, 1997

Released in United States June 26, 1997

Released in United States on Video November 4, 1997

Released in United States September 1997

Released in United States October 1997

Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 5-14, 1997

Shown at Flanders International Film Festival (pre-Opening) in Ghent October 7-18, 1997.

Sequel to "Jurassic Park" (USA/1993), directed by Steven Spielberg.

3 days of additional photography took place December 19-21, 1996.

David Koepp reportedly received $1.3 - $1.5 million for this project, the highest fee at that time for an adapted screenplay.

David Koepp reportedly received $1.3 - $1.5 million for this project, the highest fee ever for an adapted screenplay.

Completed shooting December 11, 1996.

Began shooting September 5, 1996.

David Koepp directed for one week in late September while Steven Spielberg was unavailable.

Limited Release in United States May 22, 1997

Released in United States Summer May 23, 1997

Wide Release in United States May 23, 1997

Released in United States June 26, 1997

Released in United States on Video November 4, 1997

Released in United States September 1997 (Shown at Deauville Film Festival September 5-14, 1997)

Released in United States October 1997 (Shown at Flanders International Film Festival (pre-Opening) in Ghent October 7-18, 1997.)

Limited Release in United States May 22, 1997