Jurassic Park 4 now has an awesome new title and a release date…
Universal Pictures will release Jurassic Park World on June 12, 2015, the distributors have revealed. The summer blockbuster will be shot in 3D and will be the first Jurassic Park film to be released since Jurassic Park 3 stunk up theatres in 2001.
The plot will revolve around a working theme park called Jurassic World which, once again, goes tits up in logistics but this time there’s a park full of tourists that are in danger.
Steven Spielberg will return to the franchise, but as a producer rather than director, a job which falls to Colin Trevorrow this time. Trevorrow was the director of last year’s Indie hit Safety Not Guaranteed but will be working with a significantly bigger budget this time out! Meanwhile, Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley join the team as fellow producers.
The cast is so far unconfirmed, however, earlier this year, Sam Neill revealed it is unlikely he will return to the series as Dr. Alan Grant.
However, original stars Richard Attenborough and Jeff Goldblum are rumoured to return to their parts as John Hammond and Dr Ian Malcolm, respectively.
So a clever title from Universal and due to how long it’s been since the last Jurassic Park movie a real sense that this one should be taken more seriously than the last entry. We still can’t be sure whether this will be seen as a franchise reboot (looking likely given the title) or how it’s going to shape up, but we like what we hearing so far.
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