Now that 2015s summer box office brawl is getting decidedly tasty, its a certainty that a studio or two will be taking a bath in the coming months. With your typical blockbuster nowadays costing something like $200 million dollars to produce - and the same again for that all-important marketing push - every tentpole movie is something of a gamble. However, it already seems safe to assume Universal Studios wont have anything to fear when the number crunchers run the rule over 2015s triumphs and travesties. With Furious Seven still the years highest-grossing movie and both Ted 2 and Minions nailed on to return healthy profits, it already looked like a big year was in store for Universal. Now that Jurassic World is on the verge of opening wide, things are about to get a whole lot bigger. The Jurassic Park franchise is remarkable for retaining the interest and fascination of moviegoers despite there actually being only one good entry thus far. Steven Spielbergs 1993 action-adventure was a landmark movie of bleeding-edge special effects and old-fashioned Amblin thrills; a modern classic, no less. Its sequels were, by turns, disappointing and more so, but Jurassic World is widely expected to succeed where those movies failed. The park is open, leading-man-du-jour Chris Pratt is on the case and theres a new dinosaur in town (probably not a good idea). For many fans, fingers and toes are firmly crossed for a movie worthy of the name, so click away for an in-depth look at Jurassic Parks old and Worlds new.