This gay couple recreated Jurassic Park with their dog in a viral video

The dog with a dinosaur head on it, and the gay couple, one in a wig and the other in a hat
Don't move! He can't see us if we don't move. Photo: Twitter screenshot/Anthony Baxter

A gay couple and their dog re-enacted iconic scenes from Jurassic Park to pass the time during confinement.

London Live news presenter Anthony Baxter and Rob Slade posted the end result to Twitter with the simple message: “The dog was so bored he made us do this.”

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Baxter and Slade each took on different roles from the classic Steven Spielberg film and brought some of the best-known lines to life, like when paleontologist Alan Grant tells John Hammond’s granddaughter Lex not to move so that the Tyrannosaurus Rex – played by the Yolk the French bulldog – won’t be able to see them, and when paleobotanist Ellie Sattler turns on the park’s electricity and inadvertantly zaps Hammond’s grandson Tim.

Fans are already asking them to cast their dogs in the sequel.

The video has been viewed over 7000 times on Twitter, more than twice the number of followers Baxter has.

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