An 8-year-old girl and her dad made an epic Jurassic Park Lego movie

The T-Riffic stop motion creation gave Hayley and her animator father an excellent excuse play with around $100,000 worth of the popular plastic bricks

Never mind Jurassic World, there’s another new Jurassic Park movie on the block and it’s going to be a tough act to follow.


8-year-old Hayley’s dad is an animator with Digital Wizard Studios (a group that creates Lego stop-motion movies on YouTube) so he took her toys and helped her to turn them into something truly special.

The pair (and the team at Digital Wizard Studios – they do move in herds you know) played with around $100,000 worth of the delightful Danish plastic bricks (we’re not jealous at all) and created a 3 minute Jurassic Park film to rival all Jurassic Park films.

Is it just us or is everything a tad more awesome when it’s recreated in glorious Lego detail?

Take the new Lego Jurassic World video game for example.

Anyway, as if the little movie itself wasn’t enough, there’s also a behind-the-scenes sneak peek at Hayley making the stop motion magic happen by helping to animate the scene on the electric fence. 

Imagination, spark and Jurassic Park, that’s what this clever girl is made of!

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