It is: THANKSGIVING DAY!!!
It is: 27 days till Christmas
It is: 34 days till New Years
There isn't much to say about movies I've been writing about as they progress. But there is a little newsflash for the upcoming movie Jurassic World (initially called Jurassic Park IV). For the past several months, Jurassic Park fans have been questioning whether or not the upcoming film is going to be a reboot or remake of the first JP movie thanks to a comment made by Sam Neil (Alan Grant in the first and third movies). After all of the news that's revealed concerning this movie, it's been pretty unlikely that JW is in fact a remake. But we haven't been able to know for sure . . . until yesterday! A fan asked the film's director, Colin Trevorrow via Twitter if the film would be a remake and the truth is . . . it's NOT a reboot! Here's the tweet below:
" Reboot is a strong word. This is a new sci-fi terror adventure set 22 years after the horrific events of Jurassic Park."I don't know about you, but I think it's great that we finally are 100% sure that we can look forward to a new movie and not a remake of the first one. Personally, I think it's far too soon for a remake of the first movie. I simply can't wait for June 2015 comes around!
Not really an update, but here's a new trailer for the movie coming out this year called Walking with Dinosaurs: The 3D Movie:
Now let's get to my nonfiction article for this week:
Thanksgiving is normally a time of giving thanks and eating. There's one meal item that just about everyone eats; I'm talking about, a bird loved by millions – Meleagris gallopavo, otherwise known as the turkey. This bird is a common species that is found all over the United States. When my family was living in North Carolina, Vermont and New York (yeah, my family's lived a lot of places in my time), we often saw flocks of these birds on their search for food, often just outside out house. Despite the popularity of the turkey, many myths have been made up about these birds and a lot of people don't know much about these birds except the fact that it tastes really good. So let's learn more about America's favorite bird! (Next to the bald eagle, perhaps).
|The is often thought of as just Thanksgiving dinner. But there's so much about the turkey that most people don't know. Read on to learn more about the turkey!|
|Turkeys are known for their characteristic red and/or bluish heads and the fleshy growth on their beaks, known as a "snood".|
|The reddish-brown color represents where wild turkeys live.|
|This flock of both toms and hens is foraging.|
|In this photo, we can see a mother turkey with her poults. Aren't they cute?|
|The turkey really is an amazing bird!|
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