Tyra Banks or Dilophosaurus, who wore it better? Jurassic World lets fans vote

American television personality, businesswoman and actress Tyra Banks recently became the subject of Jurassic Park fanfare after appearing on the latest episode of Dancing With the Stars. Banks was spotted wearing a dinosaur-like dress that looked like Dilophosaurus who appeared in the classic 1993 film Jurassic Park. The 47-year-old producer wore a dark red suit designed by Julian Mendez Couture for her appearance on the dance reality show. The highlight of the outfit was the large, fan-shaped sleeves that would instantly remind any Jurassic Park fan of the Dilophosaurus who killed the Wayne Knight character in the original film by Oscar-winning filmmaker Steven Spielberg.

Banks’ costume went so viral that even the verified Jurassic World Twitter page shared his photo and asked its followers, “Who wore it best?” With over 4,000 likes on the microblogging site, fans have been pretty honest with their opinions on the matter. One user commented: “Someone served a little more ferocity and that was Dilophosaurus. “

Another user wrote in the comments: “The original is still the best. “

An Indian Twitter user posted a photo of Deepika Padukone’s look on the 2019 Cannes red carpet wearing a fuchsia pink Ashi studio dress that resembled Banks’ costume. Deepika’s dress had ruffles and extra wide shoulders.

Another fan voted for the dinosaur, explaining why, commenting, “I think the Dilophosaurus carried it much better, even though it was only fictional, its steering wheel as well as the ability to spit out amounts of burning poison make the dinosaurs a vicious killer .

The science fiction film franchise was revived with the 2015 film Jurassic World, starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. The film was an instant hit among fans, breaking several big records at the time. In 2018, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom also played the series’ original star Jeff Goldblum as Dr Ian Malcolm and went on to become another billion dollar box office hit.

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