As 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' is rampaging across our screens and today being the 25th anniversary of its US release, we're checking with the cast of 'Jurassic Park'.
Obviously, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill have been more than active since the film's release, but what of the kids? Or Muldoon?
Here's a quick rundown of where everyone is.
Sam Neill - "Dr. Alan Grant"
Omagh-born Neill has been on and off our screens for quite some time now, although he enjoyed a flutter with mainstream blockbusters in the early '90s. Starring in the likes of 'Jurassic Park', office favourite 'The Hunt For Red October' and 'Event Horizon', Neill is now more likely to crop on TV. He starred in the ill-fated 'Alcatraz' and the more successful 'Tudors' with Jonathan Rhys-Meyers and, of course, 'Peaky Blinders'. Trivia fact: He owns a vineyard in New Zealand. That's him on the left, obviously.
Laura Dern - "Dr. Ellie Sattler"
Coming from acting royalty - her father is screen legend Bruce Dern and her mother is Diane Ladd - meant that Dern was able to bring an air of gravitas and sophistication to 'Jurassic Park'. Anyway, Dern's been working steadily since that hiccup on the island, most recently and notably in HBO's incredible 'Big Little Lies' and 'The Last Jedi', where she played Vice Admiral Holdo.
— Laura Dern (@LauraDern) May 12, 2015
Jeff Goldblum - "Dr. Ian Malcolm"
Ah, Jeff Goldblum. What a career he's had, eh? He starred in just about every blockbuster there was back in the day - 'Independence Day', 'The Fly', 'Nine Months', er... 'The Lost World'? Anyway, Goldblum's been alright since then. He turned up in hipster comedy 'Portlandia' in random roles, has starred in also hipster comedies from Wes Anderson and even did a stint on 'Law & Order: Criminal Intent' for a season, not to mention 'Thor: Ragnarok' and a cameo of sorts in 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom'. He's even doing hilarious ads about lighting. Yes, really. Just watch.
Richard Attenborough - "John Hammond"
Darling Dickie, as he was known to his friends and fans, was a screen icon and starred and directed in some of the most well-known films of our time. Directing 'Gandhi', 'Chaplin', 'Oh! What A Lovely War', 'Shadowlands' and 'A Bridge Too Far', Attenborough balanced these with more commercial fare like 'Jurassic Park'. Sadly, Lord Attenborough passed away last August at the age of 90, leaving behind a glittering career and several generations of fans.
Joseph Mazello - |Tim Murphy"
The plucky young grandchild of park owner John Hammond, young Joseph Mazzello also starred in Attenborough's 'Shadowlands' as the son of CS Lewis' American lover. Since getting electrocuted by Laura Dern - seriously, how messed up did the kids get in this? - Mazzello's turned up here and there in films. He starred as one of Facebook's original developers in 'The Social Network' alongside Jesse Eisenberg and HBO's follow-up-of-sorts to 'Band of Brothers', 'The Pacific'. He's also a recurring character in TV's 'Person of Interest' and will be playing Queen bassist John Deacon in the upcoming biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody'.
Ariana Richards - "Lex Murphy"
Despite giving a fantastic performance as the "hacker" Lex Murphy, Ariana Richards more or less finished up with acting after Jurassic Park. A spotty iMDB profile reveals she starred in one or two straight to video films, but not much else besides. She is, however, a talented artist and graphic designer now. She was over our way a couple of years, doing stunt driving. Not even joking.
Bob Peck - "Robert Muldoon"
Although he's more well-known for playing the icy gameskeeper Muldoon, Peck built a considerable career in BBC dramas such as 'Edge of Darkness' for quite some time. A Shakespearean actor, Peck was known to shun the limelight and the trappings of glamour and wealth. He passed away from cancer in 1999 at the age of 53.
Wayne Knight - "Dennis Nedry"
Wayne Knight is a damn comedic genius. He starred in '3rd Rock From The Sun', 'Seinfeld' and loads more besides. AH AH AH. YOU DIDN'T SAY THE MAGIC WORD.
Wayonce in Paris pic.twitter.com/vsrFEaV5Di
— Wayne Knight (@iWayneKnight) October 15, 2014