Win A Trip to the Jurassic World 2 Set In Hawaii

Star Chris Pratt reveals a new contest where the winners will get to enjoy a trip to the Jurassic World 2 set in Hawaii.

Jurassic World 2 is currently filming, but the lucky winner of a new contest will get to visit the set of the upcoming dino-adventure sequel. Critically-acclaimed Spanish filmmaker J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, A Monster Calls) is calling the shots on the Jurassic World sequel, with Steven Spielberg again producing the newest Jurassic franchise installment and Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow serving as an executive producer, this time around (though he also co-wrote the script with his writing partner, Derek Connolly).

With the recent news that Jeff Goldblum is returning as Ian Malcolm in the Jurassic World sequel, the creative and acting talent for Jurassic World 2 alone has gotten fans of the franchise all the more excited for the next chapter in the dinosaur-centric property. Jurassic World series tar Chris Pratt is likewise promising fans that Jurassic World 2 will be better and scarier than its predecessor - and to further promote the sequel, Pratt has now announced a contest where fans can win a trip to the film's set for themselves.

As part of a charity contest hosted by Crowdrise, you and three guests of your choosing have a chance to win a visit to the set of Jurassic World 2 and hang out with Pratt in Hawaii this summer. The contest is being sponsored by the Seattle Children's Hospital as part of a team-up between Pratt and fourteen-year-old Makenna Schwab - who suffers from a rare connective disorder called Larsen Syndrome and has received numerous treatments over the years from said pediatric facility. Watch Pratt's video promoting the contest, below:



On a graded scale, participants will be entered into the contest for a chance to win - with a $10 donation netting one entry, a $50 donation netting five entries, and a $100 donation netting ten entries - with room and board and travel arrangements included, courtesy of Delta Air Lines and Marriott Hotels. Furthermore, participants can rest well assured that all funds and proceeds will go directly to the Seattle Children's Hospital to help save and improve the lives of children, just like Makenna Schwab.

Moviegoers who are already eagerly anticipating the theatrical release of Jurassic World 2 will likely want to jump at the chance to visit the set this summer and hang out with Pratt for a couple of days - and the added bonus of donating one's money to a philanthropic cause is icing on the cake. Be sure to send your money in soon, as the deadline for entering expires at the end of this month.

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Source: Crowdrise

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