Jurassic World Meets Parkour in Real Life

  • Published on Jun 1, 2018
  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom doesn't come out until June 22nd, but you can pre-order your tickets TODAY!
    SUPER THANKS to Universal Pictures for sponsoring this video. The original Jurassic Park film inspired me to make movies, so working with them was a dream come true.
    Watch the behind the scenes here: tvclip.biz/video/JLlc8Oh-z-Y/video.html
    Video features Calen Chan as "Owen Grady" (Chris Pratt). Calen is amazing at parkour. Follow him here: instagram.com/calen_chan
    The dinosaur parkour athlete was Ninja Nate. Check out his work here:
    Special thanks to my wife Megan for playing the "Claire Dearing"! Follow her here: instagram.com/megansupertramp
    The end cameo/the guy climbing out of the t-rex costume was Stacey Harkey from Studio C. He's an amazing actor, follow his stuff here: instagram.com/staceyharkey
    The movie theater/ticket guy was played by Zane O'gwin instagram.com/zaneogwin
    Most of this was filmed at Kualoa Ranch, Oahu/Hawaii. You can go to these exact locations on their Movie Tours, link below:
    Thanks to Sidney Okamoto from instagram.com/jpmotorpool for providing the Jurassic Park jeep. These guys are amazing and super appreciate their help to make the Jurassic Park jeep happen.
    Sound Design by Dan Pugsley. He is awesome to work with!
    Music by Stephen Anderson. Partially based off the theme song from the original Jurassic Park film. He does a ton of the music for my vids, and all his stuff is amazing!!!
    We also got special permission from Universal Studios to use the Jurassic Park theme song by John Williams as well.
    Owen/Calen's costume was made by Allison Dredge.
    Color Correction by James Terry
    Watch our other parkour vids here:
    Directed, filmed, and edited by Devin Graham
    Produced by Carter Hogan
    VFX by Zane O'gwin instagram.com/zaneogwin
    Written by Devin Graham and Zane O'gwin
    Shot on the Red Weapon in 8K.
    Edited in Adobe Premiere Creative Cloud.
    Smooth shots were done with the Devin Graham Signature Series Glidecam: glidecam.com
    Drone shots were done with the Inspire 2, filmed in 6K.
    For all those asking where we got the T-Rex dino costume, here's a link to where you can get the exact one we bought from amazon!
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