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You're Going To Love The £50 Jurassic World Trailer Remake

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Jurassic World cost $150 million (£97 million) to make - worth every penny, when you consider that it brought in $1.6 billion worldwide. 

But you don't need vast vaults of cash to create an entertaining spectacle, as proven by YouTuber Matthew Porter.

On a budget of £50, he's recreated Jurassic World's theatrical trailer shot for shot, using a combination of (wooden) acting and audio from the film.

From ketchup blood to camera perspective trickery, we're keeping our fingers crossed that Porter gets the nod to helm one of the new Jurassic films. They'd save a bundle on the effects.


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