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If you are attending Comic-Con this weekend, you should keep your eyes out for an exclusive Jurassic World poster. Where? When? How? No Idea. All we know is that the movie’s director tweeted this out this afternoon. Exclusive Jurassic …
Old media have been over on the Jurassic World set and snooping about with their cameras. Here are a couple of videos in which the stars have their say, banality happens but a few interesting tidbits somehow sneak their way …
It’s a dinosaur-y shadow as much as it’s a shadowy dinosaur, but this is the first official image from the set of Jurassic World to feature one of the thunder lizards in any respect. That was tweeted by Colin Trevorrow, …
The same SPOILER WARNINGS apply here as on the original leaked details post. If you avoided that, avoid this.
Sequel plans are already underway.
In an alternate universe, we’d probably have already seen a teaser trailer or two from Jurassic World by now.
John Schwartzman is going to shoot Jurassic World.
Phil Tippett is an alum of Jurassic Park’s dinos as well as The Empire Strikes Back’s AT-ATs and Tauntauns, Robocop’s ED-209 and Dragonslayer’s Vermithrax Pejorative.
I have no idea what’s going on here but it at least looks like something interesting.
Rumours persist that Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World will be set in a rebranded and fully open Jurassic theme park.
It’s not for the new movie, despite what you may have heard.
Well, I don’t know about Krasinski but I can at least substantiate the bit about the new film having scenes in a functional Jurassic Park.
The hardcore dinophiles at the Jurassic Park Podcast probably can’t believe their luck, this week having had Colin Trevorrow join them for a Q&A.
Colin Trevorrow will direct, from a script he’s written with Derek Connolly, after a draft by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver.
What does it mean if Jurassic Park is rebooted? Actually, before we get to that, what does it mean if an actor says they think it’s going to be rebooted?
It’s official. Here’s Universal’s statement on the frozen-in-amber Jurassic Park sequel.
Films are often frozen in the late stages of development, and for all sorts of reasons. Maybe it’s not typically the big budget tentpoles, but it does happen with those too.
Neither of the previous two sequels took us back to Nublar, but skipped over to Site B, Isla Sorna. Well, enough of that. Let’s go back to the source.