Ken Ham Announces New Movie Where Dinosaurs Get Loose On The Ark 'Jurassic Ark'
Entertainment · Apr 2, 2022 ·

WILLIAMSTOWN, KY - Addressing a conference at the Ark Encounter today, Ken Ham revealed a teaser trailer for Answers in Genesis's next big project: a feature film titled Jurassic Ark. In the exciting, big-budget action movie, a rogue wave causes the raptor cages on the ark to topple over, releasing the dinos to roam the boat ship and stalk its eight terrified passengers.

"I'm proud to present to you: Jurrasic Ark," Ham said as thousands of conference attendees screamed in delight. "Coming next summer, this blockbuster film will delight and entertain your family and also convince you beyond question that the earth is 6,000 years old and that you need Jesus to save you from your sins."

The trailer opens on a shot of Noah boarding the ark with his family, with the biblical hero trying to get his broken seatbelt on but eventually just tying it together. Various scenes of terrified Ark passengers hiding in the dark as raptors stalk through the darkened passageways are then shown.

"You brought raptors on the ark?!" Noah's wife asks him as they hide in the kitchen while the raptors try to figure out how to operate the handle. "You spent so long asking if you could fit raptors on the ark that you never asked if you should."

In another scene, Noah pours himself some wine but is horrified as the liquid slowly starts rippling.

"Oh no. Not the T-Rex too!" he shouts as he runs to hide in the bathroom.

Some have criticized the film, saying there is no evidence that raptors terrorized Noah and his family in the Bible. Ken Ham shut down these complaints by asking, "How do you know? Were you there?"

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