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Jurassic World Roasts Tyra Banks’ Dress For Looking Like A Dinosaur


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Jurassic World roasts Tyra Banks' dress for looking like a dinosaur. The Jurassic franchise began in 1993 with Jurassic Park directed by Steven Spielberg. The legendary filmmaker returned to helm The Lost World in 1997, which was also based on the Michael Crichton novel of the same name, though the sequel was met with mixed reactions from critics and fans alike. Released in 2001, Jurrasic Park III, which was not directed by Spielberg nor based on a Crichton novel, continued the series' decline.

Since the original trilogy ended on a downward trend, many fans were unsure about a revival, but the release of Jurassic World in 2015 quickly quelled those fears and returned the franchise to its former glory. Starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, the film grossed $1.67 billion at the box office, breaking multiple major records at the time. The 2018 sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, returned original star, Jeff Goldblum, as Dr. Ian Malcolm and proved to be another billion-dollar box office success. Universal is set to cap off the trilogy next summer with Jurassic World: Dominion.

RELATED: How Jurassic Park's Future Can Fix Its Biggest Dinosaur Mistake

In the meantime, the official Jurassic World Twitter account is keeping fans entertained by roasting Tyra Banks for the dinosaur-looking dress she wore on the latest episode of Dancing With the Stars. Because of the outfit's large fan-shaped sleeves, Twitter users immediately began drawing comparisons to the Dilophosaurus that killed Wayne Knight's character in the original 1993 Jurassic Park. The verified Jurassic World Twitter page capitalized on the craze by simply asking the question, "Who wore it best?" Check out the post below:

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Since taking over the Dancing With The Stars hosting gig last year, Banks has been making headlines nonstop for her increasingly outlandish outfits. In the past, her attire has drawn comparisons to cleaning products and disco balls, but movie fans have had the most fun with the Dilophosaurus dress, which actually wasn't the only outfit she wore last night that reminded viewers of a popular film. Banks began the latest episode of Dancing With The Stars in a red shiny outfit reminiscent of Mugatu's (Will Ferrell) Derelicte fashion line from the 2001 comedy Zoolander, which Twitter also had a field day with.

Regardless of whether or not Banks is trolling everyone with her fashion choices at this point, many will likely tune into the dance competition show next week just to see the host's next bizarre outfit. Banks' outfits have unintentionally added a new level of entertainment to the show, and it'll be interesting to see what comparisons Twitter users draw up next. For Jurassic World fans, the next installment of the franchise hits theaters next summer on June 10.

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