Sadly, the last episode of Phineas and Ferb aired not too long ago and was appropriately titled "The Last Day of Summer". Of course, I've sad that the show is coming to a conclusion, but it is for a good reason. The creators of the show wanted to have a grand finale and leave fans of the series feeling good about the show rather than waiting to cancel the show until fans lost interest in the series. So as a tribute to the "104 days of summer vacation", I've posted the final Phineas and Ferb song below:
It is: 8 days till Independence Day
It is: 73 days till Labor Day
It is: 152 days till The Good Dinosaur is released
In the Spotlight:
With Jurassic World released, I'd like to point out that the dinosaur hype doesn't have to be over just yet! To catch up with their lack of films released last year, Pixar Animation Studios is releasing another film this November: The Good Dinosaur. I'm excited about this film because I've been following its progress for several years; not nearly as long as I have been with Jurassic World, but several years nonetheless. A trailer was uploaded to the internet. You can view it below:
Excited now? The Good Dinosaur released November 25, 2015.
Topic of the Week by Christian Ryan
|In response to the release of Jurassic World, I now present my long-awaited overview!|
|Jurassic World was released after a long 13-year wait.|
In 1982, John Hammond – the CEO of International Genetic Technologies, aka InGen – came up with the desire to bring dinosaurs back to life through the miracles of genetic engineering. He decided to use these dinosaurs in a theme park located on an island off the coast of Costa Rica called Isla Nublar. By 1993, he had almost accomplished his dream. But after an infamously well-known set of circumstances, his dream collapsed – his park lay in ruins on Isla Nublar and his research facility responsible for creating the dinosaurs in the first place lay forgotten by the world on Isla Sorna (a nearby island).
|Jurassic World sees the dream of Jurassic Park creator John Hammond come to life.|
|Simon Masrani, CEO of Masrani Global Corporation.|
|Isla Nublar - the home of the new Jurassic World theme park, where dinosaurs and man once again live on the earth together.|
|Claire Dearing is one of the overseers of the Indominus rex project.|
|Gray and Zach ride one of the park's attractions, the Gyrosphere ride, while observing an Apatosaurus.|
|Owen Grady is the first person to successfully train Velociraptors...to some extent. It's a tenuous relationship to say the least!|
|Welcome back...to Jurassic World!!!|
Jurassic Park film (1993)
Jurassic World film (2015)
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