Entertainment Weekly have exclusively revealed the brand new Mattel Action Figures and Toys for the upcoming Jurassic World sequel, Fallen Kingdom. While the 2015 films merchandise focused on the dinosaurs, this time round we seem to be getting a good mix of Dinosaurs and action figures of our favourite characters such as Chris Pratt's Owen Grady and Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire Dearing. The prices given are all the US RRP, but we can pretty much swap the $ for a £ sign when we work out how much we will be paying when these land in the UK.
Of course the T-Rex is the star of the merchandise, with a large "Thrash & Throw" T-Rex with stomp and roar sound FX and tail thrash feature - this sounds and looks very similar to the 2015 T-Rex. We also get a "Super Colossal" T-Rex that is an incredible 3ft long. The smaller T-Rex has a $40 RRP and the Colossal a reasonable $55.
You can even take a T-Rex apart with the $55 T-Rex anatomy set.
Figures are going to be released as single carded figures for $8 each, complete with a mini dinosaur.
There are also story packs which include a vehicle such as the Gyrosphere or a mid-sized Dinosaur such as Blue, The Raptor which have a $15 RRP.
These mid-sized Dino's will also be released in a series called "Roarivores" and come with a sound FX feature for the same $15 price point.
And to get your figures transported around Jurassic World safely, check out the Gyrosphere Blast Vehicle - an armoured car and Gyrosphere set costing $30.
Larger Dinosaurs like the Stegosaurus, Carnotaurus, and Suchomimus will be released on their own in the "Attack Assortment" for $20 each.
One of the stars from the original JW movie, the Mosasaurus, also gets a release with real feel skin texture costing $30
The great thing is that the figures and dino's all appear to be in scale with each other as per the following images
Other items include some hatch and play Dino's, aimed at the younger audience, some mini dino packs which look to be blind bags - and an odd Uno game built within a dinosaur head. There are also some robotic dino's inspired it seems by the Roboraptor craze.