The story is set 22 years after the disastrous events in the original film, but now it's a fully functioning dinosaur theme park with, of course, no problems whatsoever.
Is this the new ALS Ice Bucket Challenge?
A new social media campaign is trying to raise money for the HIV/AIDS organization Housing Works by having people post selfies (pictures or Vines) of themselves in the shower.
The initiative, called the HIV Shower Selfie Challenge, was started by HIV activist Jack Mackenroth in partnership with gay dating app Moovz. It basically works the same way the Ice Bucket Challenge did, but with a lot more nudity.
"I was inspired by the use of the word 'clean', especially common in gay culture, to describe oneself as STI/STD free. Indirectly this implies that HIV-positive people are somehow 'dirty'", says Mackenroth. "I thought a PG or PG-13 shower selfie or Vine video would be a fun way that everyone could easily show their support on social media for finding a cure by using the hashtag #weareALLclean when they post their photo with the link. They then nominate 3 other people to participate and hopefully donate to the project as well."
The goal of the campaign is to raise $1 million, according to the site, and it's launching this week ahead of World AIDS Day on December 1.
Here's some examples of a "shower selfie," in case it wasn't so obvious:
Warning: Graphic turkey violence.
Did you ever wonder how they choose which turkey gets pardoned by the president?
A bloody farm fight to death obviously.
"Gobble Games" - featuring a "cameo' by Obama - imagines a world where tribute turkeys need to tear each other apart for their freedom.
Remember their sacrifice as you're stuffing yourself with them this week.
Immediately following a grand jury's decision Monday night not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, protests erupted all over the country from New York to Seattle.
In Ferguson, Missouri, where the original shooting took place, violence escalated fairly quickly with rioters looting and setting fire to local businesses.
Both Fox News and CNN were there in the middle of the action to report live on the chaos, and as you might expect, things got pretty crazy.
CNN's Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo were near the police HQ in the city when cops launched a tear gas canister in their direction forcing them off screen (see video above).
Lemon also was paid a visit from this guy, who interrupted his report to drop an F-Bomb about the network.
CNN's Stephanie Elam got trash thrown at her outside a McDonald's, and while clearly irritated, she took it all in stride saying that the tosser was "just having fun."
Things were worse for CNN reporter Sara Sidner who was hit in the head with a rock while in the middle of her broadcast about a fire at a nearby store, but she kept on reporting and told Jake Tapper "I've been hit with much worse in my day."
And lastly, Fox News briefly turned into Fawkes News, when a man wearing a Guy Fawkes mask appeared to knock out the camera during a report from Steve Harrigan before the connection cut out.
Rachel and Phoebe are together again, but this time things are not so Friend-ly.
Jimmy Kimmel reunited the two actresses on his show to take part in a battle of obscenities, which he calls "Celebrity Curse Off."
Things get pretty dirty, and it even resorts to some French and Greek slurs.
Warning:This video contains strong language.
After learning about the grand jury's announcement Monday in Ferguson, Run the Jewels rapper Killer Mike delivered a very powerful speech to the crowd at his show in St. Louis.
He paid tribute to both the peaceful protesters and "those who could not hold their anger in," adding that "riots are only the language of the unheard."
The rapper talked about race and poverty, choking up about the news which he says he expected.
"I have a twenty-year-old son and a twelve-year-old son and I am so afraid for them," he said.
This summer, Killer Mike also wrote an op-ed on the incident for "Billboard," in which he stated "Whatever this country is willing to do to the least of us, it will one day do to us all."