Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern - Jurassic Park & Jurassic Park III)
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After landing on the comet, the crew plant nuclear bombs beneath the surface, but are caught in outgassing explosions when sunlight heats up the comet.
Monash is blinded by unfiltered sunlight and suffers severe facial burns, while Gus Partenza is flung into space by an outflow of gas. When the bombs detonate, the ship is damaged by the blast and the team loses contact with Earth.
President Beck announces that the bombs only split the comet into two smaller pieces, nicknamed "Biederman" 1. Beck then imposes martial law and reveals that governments worldwide have been building underground shelters.
The United States' shelter is in the limestone caves of Missouri. A lottery selectsAmericans under age 50 to joinselected individuals, as well as a massive supply of food, genetically viable populations of significant animals, and the seeds of every plant species. Lerner and the Biederman family are chosen, but Leo's girlfriend Sarah Hotchner and her family are not.
Leo marries Sarah to try to save her family, but it does not work. Sarah refuses to leave without her parents. A last-ditch effort to use ICBMs to deflect the comets fails. Wolf will hit western Canada, creating a huge cloud of dust and molten particles that will block out the Sun for two years, killing all life on the surface in a matter of weeks.
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Leo returns home looking for Sarah, but her family has left for the Appalachian Mountains and are stuck in a massive traffic jam. Leo catches up to them on a motorcycle. Sarah's parents tell Leo to take Sarah and her baby brother to high ground.
Ellie in her late twenties, athletic-looking. There's an impatience about Ellie, as if nothing in life happens quite fast enough for her. Alan and Ellie first met Hammond in their trailer opening a bottle of champagne. Ellie called Hammond inconsiderate but apologized after hearing what Hammond has to offer them.
In return, Hammond promised to fund their digsite for the next three years. Once on the island, Ellie, like a true Paleobotanist, immediately noticed that Vermiform plants, which are extinct, were growing next to the road. Though initially overwhelmed with wonder at the park, Ellie soon had misgivings about the whole thing particularly in regards to the deadliness of the plants and animals in the park, voicing her opinion that they were picked because they were pretty but were also dangerous creatures that would defend themselves aggressively if they felt threatened.
At the start of the Park Drive she tried to get Alan and Lex to ride in the same carso that he could get used to children. Ellie rebooting the system Because she stayed in the Triceratops Enclosure, she was not attacked by the Tyrannosaurus like the rest of the group.
The only survivor in the area turned out to be Ian Malcolmwho was badly wounded. While Muldoon loaded Malcolm into the back of the Jeep, Ellie continued to search the area for any sign of Grant or the children.
She spotted the other car, tossed over the edge of the barrier to the T. When they inspected the wreckage, she found footprints leading off into the park. This piece of evidence gave Ellie hope that Grant and the kids were still alive.
When Ellie and Muldoon returned to the Jeep, the Tyrannosaur burst from the trees after them. The Tyrannosaur then chased behind their car until they could outdistance it. Ellie, deranged with fear and minus her pink shirt, screams for Alan to "Run! Though Hammond thought that he ought to be going in Ellie's place, she was not amused and insisted on going herself, stating that they could discuss sexism in survival situations on her return.JURASSIC PARK BEFORE AND AFTER 2018 (JURASSIC PARK 4, 3, 2, 1 MOVIE SERIES)
On the way there, they discovered that the shutdown must have turned off all the fences, including the fences of the raptor paddock. Soon after this realization, Ellie and Muldoon became aware that they were being hunted by the raptors. While Muldoon stayed behind to give her cover from the escaped Velociraptorsshe sprinted to the shed. Managing to briefly trap it behind a wire-mesh door, Ellie stumbled backwards from it in horror and felt an arm land on her shoulder. Assuming it to be Mr. Arnold, Ellie looked round for him only to find that the arm was all the raptors had left of him.
Fleeing with the lethal predator almost literally on her heels, Ellie made it out of the shed and into the jungle, sobbing in fear. Muldoon, meanwhile, wasn't as fortunate; he obviously didn't know about the raptors' plan of attack: She then helped Alan to block the door to the control room, preventing the remaining raptor from breaking in, while Lex attempted to reboot the system from the computer. The raptor then broke in through the control room's glass window and the group rushed to escape through the airducts.
In the Visitor's Center lobby, the raptors closed in on them and were preparing to attack when the Tyrannosaurus burst in and lifted a raptor off the floor in her jaws, killing the raptor. In an outrage, the last raptor attacked the Tyrannosaur. Taking advantage of this diversion Ellie and the rest of the group exited the visitor center. Hammond and Malcolm were waiting for them in the Jeep and the group drove off to the helipad.
On their flight home Ellie was happy to see that Alan was sitting between the two sleeping kids, realising that the horrible experience had at least softened his dislike of children.