Is Jurassic World on Netflix?

Is Jurassic World on Netflix?

Updated on November 15, 2022 10:59 AM by Andrew Koschiev

Jurassic Park is one of the epic dinosaur adventure films that earned over a billion at the box office.  It was a 1993 film popular in sci-fi adventure.  Jurassic Park is not available on Netflix in either the US or the UK at the time of writing. 

Jurassic Park was streaming in the US!

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Jurassic Park is available to stream on HBO and HBO Max with many amazing TV shows and movies.  The cost for a subscription on HBO Max is $9.99 for a month and ad-supported, limited package or $14.99 for the full ad-free package.  Some other streaming platforms to watch Jurassic Park in the US are Vudu, iTunes, Amazon Prime, Google Play, and Fandango. 

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Jurassic Park was streaming in the UK!

Jurassic Park can be streamed on NOW TV with a sky Cinema that costs £9.99 monthly.  It is also accessible on Virgin TV Go which is available to Virgin customers, where you can get many TV bundles and packages. 

You may also use the buy option to buy a film in the UK and the US on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, YouTube, and the Microsoft Store. 

Year of the film: 2015


  • Rotten Tomatoes – 71%
  • IMDb – 6.9/10
  • Metacritic – 59/100


  • Chris Pratt as Owen Grady
  • Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing
  • Vincent D’Onofrio as Vic Hoskins
  • Ty Simpkins as Gray Mitchell
  • Nick Robinson as Zach Mitchell
  • Omar Sy as Barry Sembene
  • BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu
  • Irrfan Khan as Simon Masrani
  • Jake Johnson as Lowery Cruthers
  • Lauren Lapkus as Vivian
  • Brian Tee as Hamada
  • Katie McGrath as Zara
  • Judy Greer as Karen Mitchell
  • Andy Buckley as Scott Mitchell

About the science fiction Movie!

Jurassic World is a 2015 film that Colin Trevorrow directed.  It is the first installment in Jurassic world and the fourth in the Jurassic Park franchise.  Jurassic World takes place on the same fictional island

of Isla Nublar, located off the Pacific Ocean of Costa Rica.  It got a theatrical release in the United States on June 12, 2015, by Universal Pictures.  Two sequels have been released are:

  • Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – 2018
  • Jurassic World Dominion - 2022 

Theatrical release!

On May 29, 2015, the world premiere of Jurassic World was held at the Grand Rex cinema in Paris.  It got a theatrical release in 66 territories from June 10 to 12.  In North America, Universal released it on the 10th with the largest-ever screen count.  In Japan, it was released on August 5.  Jurassic World was released across 809 IMAX theatres, of which 364 were in North America.  In the United States and Canada, Universal relaunched the film in IMAX 3D in theatres for one week on August 28.  

Box office Hit!

In the United States and Canada, Jurassic World grossed $653.4 million; in other countries, it reached $1.018 billion and a total of $1.672 billion worldwide.  During the opening weekend, it set to reach a box office hit and become one of the first films to collect over $500 million in a single.  

Awards and Achievements!

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Teen Choice Awards - 2015

  • Vincent D’Onofrio nominated as Choice Movie Villain
  • Nominated for Choice Summer Movie
  • Chris Pratt nominated as Choice Summer Movie Star Male
  • Bryce Dallas Howard was nominated for Choice Summer Movie Star Female and Choice Movie Hissy Fit. 

Hollywood Film Awards - 2015

  • Tim Alexander won Hollywood Visual Effects Award

World Soundtrack Academy - 2015

  • Michael Giacchino won Film Composer of the year

People’s Choice Awards - 2016

  • Nominated as Favourite Movie
  • Nominated as Favorite Action Movie
  • Chris Pratt was nominated for Favourite Movie Actor and Favourite Action Movie Actor.  

Critics' Choice Movie Awards - 2016

  • Nominated for Best Action Movie
  • Nominated Sci-fi/Horror Movie
  • Nominated for Best Visual Effects
  • Chris Pratt nominated for Best actor in an Action Movie
  • Bryce Dallas Howard nominated for Best Actress in an Action Movie

Screen Actors Guild Awards - 2016

  • Nominated for Outstanding Action Performance By Stunt Ensemble Motion Picture

Art Directors Guild - 2016

  • Edward Verreaux was nominated for Excellence in Production Design for a Feature Film-Fantasy Film.

Visual Effects Society - 2016

  • Martyn Culpitt, Jao Sita, Yuta Shimizu, and Michael Billette were nominated for Outstanding Created Environment in a Photoreal Feature.
  • Steve Jubinville, Martin Murphy, Aaron Gret, and Kevin Reuter were nominated for Outstanding Models in a Photoreal or Animated Project. 

Annie Awards - 2016

  • Nominated for Animated Effects in a Lie Action Production
  • Indominus Rex was nominated for Character Animation Live Action Production. 

Satellite Awards - 2016

  • Christopher Boyes, Pete Horner, Kirk Francis, AI Nelson, and Gwendolyn Yates Whittle were nominated for Best Sound editing and mixing. 
  • Tim Alexander, Glen Mclntosh, Tony Plett, and Michael Meinardus were nominated for Best Visual Effects. 

Kids’ Choice Awards - 2016

  • Nominated as Favourite Movie
  • Chris Pratt nominated for Favourite Movie Actor

MTV Movie Awards - 2016

  • Nominated for Movie of the Year
  • Chris Pratt nominated for Best Male Performance
  • Chris Pratt won Best Action Performance

Empire Awards - 2016

  • Nominated for Best Sci-Fi/Fantasy
  • Nominated for Best Visual Effects
  • Nominated for Best Science Fiction

Saturn Awards - 2016

  • Nominated for Best Science Fiction
  • Colin Trevorrow nominated as Best Director
  • Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Derek Connolly, and Colin Trevorrow were nominated for Best Writing.
  • Ty Simpkins won Best Performance by a Younger Actor
  • Kevin Stitt nominated for Best Editing
  • Ed Verreaux nominated for Best Production Design
  • John Rosengrant, Michael Lantieri, and Tim Alexander were nominated for Best Special Effects.

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