Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World short film Battle at Big Rock initially aired Sunday night on FX, but fortunately it was uploaded on-line for all to enjoy.
Thursday marked one year until the release of the Jurassic World sequel in theaters and Universal to mark the occasion released the official title and first poster.
The “Force” was strong this past weekend with the latest entry into the Star Wars franchise as it took a huge bite into the records set by Jurassic World.
After the monster success of Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow will have no problems keeping busy, but recently he took the time to make an appearance on a Podcast to talk about Jurassic World 2 and what lies ahead.
Universal has had a banner year at the box office this year and one of the biggest movies from one of the biggest movie franchises will be released in October.
Its been fourteen years since we’ve seen dinosaurs roaming the big-screen and Jurassic World hopes it can put the bite on movie goers once again when it roars into a theater near you.
Jurassic World takes place 22 years after Jurassic Park and is set on the island of Isla Nublar with a fully functional park up and running.
Who remembers in the Original Jurassic Park movie when Wayne Knights character “Dennis Nedry” try’s to escape Jurassic Park in his jeep with the Barbasol can and crashes into the sign? Well it seems Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow hasn’t.
Jurassic World the upcoming 4th instalment in the Jurassic Park franchise is slowly moving closer to getting filming under way.
As with all things in life and especially in Hollywood never believe anything you hear or in this case don’t take the word of the studios as to when their movies will be released.
Universal on Tuesday set the release date for the fourth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise and its official title.