What could make the classic movie "Jurassic Park" more interesting? Perhaps the answer lies within a video that a person uploaded, of his dog.
YouTube user Blake Everhart knows a thing or two about cameras and editing. His YouTube channel, "alienufosarereal" is filled with various scenes he's filmed, including his reel. After watching these clips, you might not be surprised that he was able to insert his dog into a scene from "Jurassic Park."
Everhart used a 15-second clip from the 1993 blockbuster. As Drs. Grant and Sattler feast their eyes on what was originally their first glimpse of dinosaurs, their gaze is instead directed at a 50-foot tall bulldog. That dog's name is Wally, and a shot of him jumping up and down in slow motion is imposed into the movie with the help of computer graphics.
"Pugosaurus Rex," "Jurassic Bark," and any other dog-dinosaur pun you can think of are being thrown around in the YouTube comments section. Everhart uploaded the video on Tuesday, and it currently sits at just north of 200,000 views.
The video comes on the heels of the 21st anniversary of "Jurassic Park." The movie hit the silver screen on June 11, 1993.