Reboots, remakes, and long awaited sequels lean heavy on nostalgia. It's not uncommon to see a few winks and nods from the filmmaker that acknowledge the first movie, and the things fans loved about it. So we weren't surprised when we noticed a few of those moments in Jurassic World — but then we kept noticing them... and noticing them.

1. Opening on the Egg


Jurassic World hints at the horrors to come in its opening scene by showing us an egg much like the one John Hammond marveled at in Jurassic Park. While Hammond was watching a Velociraptor hatch, cooing and awwing over a born killer, this time we see our new monster break through its thin shell and behold the world for the first time as horror movie music swells in the background.

2. The Family Comes to Visit

In the first movie, we watched as John Hammond's grandchildren, Tim and Lex, made their way through the park. This time we follow two brothers, Zach and Gray, who are visiting Jurassic World to see their aunt, Operations Manager Claire Dearing.

3. A Familiar Gate


The second and third Jurassic movies were set on Isla Sorna, aka Site B, so Jurassic World is the first movie set on Isla Nublar since Jurassic Park.

A lot has changed on Nublar since Hammond's dino park scheme imploded in chaos, but the gates still look the same. A tour guide in Jurassic World informs us early on that they used wood from the original gate when crafting the new version, and they kept it the same style, too.

4. Dr. Henry Wu Is Back


The only actor in Jurassic World who was in any of the previous movies is B.D. Wong, who reprises his Jurassic Park character, Dr. Henry Wu, in Jurassic World. This time he's taken his geneticist role much farther, helping to create the new hybrid Indominus Rex.
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5. Mr. DNA Is Back! (And He's Played by the Director)


Mr. DNA is the little animated character who, in the first movie, helped explain how scientists cloned all those dinosaurs. Well he makes his way back into Jurassic World, only this time he's included in a holographic display, and played by none other than director Colin Trevorrow.

6.Dino-Snot Is Still Good for a Laugh


In Jurassic Park we laughed as Lex got hit with the full brutal force of a brachiosaurus sneeze. In Jurassic World we laugh as some hapless kid at the dino petting zoo learns not to get too close to that blowhole.

7.And Some Familiar Equipment


After a brief search of the place, Zach and Gray find an old Jurassic Park maintenance garage complete with the jeeps from the first movie, and a pair of night vision goggles like Tim and Lex played with in Jurassic Park.

8.They Use a Flare to Get the T-Rex's Attention


When we first see the Tyrannosaurus rex in Jurassic World, it's being fed a goat (just like in the first movie) with a flare next to it. Later, when Claire wants to lure the T-Rex out of its enclosure and into a fight with Indominus Rex, she uses a one of the same flares. In Jurassic Park, Dr. Grant got the T-Rex to look his way with a flare as well.

9.The Same Ending

Jurassic Park and Jurassic World essentially end the same way: The humans evacuate Isla Nublar, leaving it to the dinosaurs to rule.

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