'Jurassic Park' Builds Partnership with 'Transformers'

'Transformers' collide with prehistoric predators from the 1993 film.
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June 29, 2021

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Hasbro, Universal Brand Development and Amblin Entertainment have revealed the first-ever Transformers X "Jurassic Park" collaboration.

The T.Rex and Ford Explorer from the 1993 film "Jurassic Park" are now Transformers robots – Tyrannocon Rex and Autobot JP93. The new Transformers X "Jurassic Park" figure and vehicle pack feature a combined 260 unique details, inspired by moments from "Jurassic Park."

The Tyrannocon Rex figure converts into T.Rex mode in 27 steps and features detailed molded dino texture. The figure features an all-new head mold and stands at 7 inches.

The Autobot JP93 figure converts into licensed Ford Explorer mode in 18 steps. The figure stands at 5.5 inches and comes with a blaster accessory attached to the figure in both modes.

Both figures are in packaging inspired by the scene in "Jurassic Park" when the T. Rex gets loose from her enclosure and crushes the Ford Explorer. The packaging also includes a cardboard backdrop illustration of the T. Rex's cage in addition to

T. Rex's footprint graphics on the back of the pack.

The Tyrannocon Rex figure and Autobot JP93 vehicle pack are available now for pre-order on Amazon.com. A second release of the figure and vehicle pack will be available starting December 1via HasbroPulse.com and select retailers worldwide.

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