Jeff Goldblum is returning to the land of dinosaurs. The actor, who co-starred in 1993's Jurassic Park and 1997's The Lost World: Jurassic Park as mathematician Ian Malcolm, will appear in Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s next Jurassic World film.
Leaked set photos from 'Jurassic World 2' appear to confirm the return of a deadly dinosaur last seen in Steven Spielberg's 1993 original.
James Cromwell, currently starring in HBO’s “The Young Pope,” has been cast in Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s “Jurassic World” sequel. The studio is keeping details about Cromwell’s character information under wraps. “Jurassic World” generated $1.67 billion worldwide in 2015 — the fourth-best grosser of all time, trailing only “Avatar,” “Titanic” and “Star Wars: The... Read more »
As ‘Jurassic Park’s’ Dinosaur Supervisor, Phil Tippett has already brought the world so much joy through the medium of meme. Phil Tippett’s stock is set to rise even higher now, though, after an official auction of his unearthed a never before seen alternative ending to ‘Jurassic Park’. You can check out a breakdown of the proposed Helicopter Rescue sequence that was originally intended to conclude the blockbuster as you scroll down, with the pictures coming courtesy of Jurassic Time Facebook page.
When ‘Jurassic World’ hit cinemas in June of 2015 no one could have predicted what a huge hit it’d be. With J.A. Bayona directing the anticipated follow-up, the question on everyone’s lips is what it’ll be about.
‘Jurassic World 2’ is starting to take shape, with the apparent confirmation that B.D. Wong will reprise his role as scientist Dr. Henry Wu in J.A. Bayona’s anticipated sequel. Wong was the only actor in 2015’s enormously successful sequel to reprise his role from Steven Spielberg’s 1993 classic. The plot revealed that in the intervening years, Wong had become a respected and leading scientist in the field of genetics.
‘Jurassic World 2’ will naturally continue the story started in 2015’s soft reboot of the dino-loving franchise, but it will also have a strong connection to Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original, according to new director JA Bayona. Asked by Cinema Blend the extent to which the sequel will be ‘Jurassic Park 5’ as well as ‘Jurassic World 2’, he said: “That’s a good question! I think somehow it’s both. It’s a very good question, and what we’re doing is a sequel to ‘Jurassic World’, but it’s definitely the fifth chapter of a longer saga.
After the enormous success of Colin Trevorrow’s ‘Jurassic World’ in 2015, its inevitable sequel is about to begin filming. The news comes after speaking to its director J.A. Bayona who’s currently promoting his latest movie ‘A Monster Calls’ which stars ‘Rogue One’ protagonist Felicity Jones. “The ‘Jurassic World’ sequel is a more collaborative filmmaker experience, not only with Colin Trevorrow, but also with Steven [Spielberg] and with Frank Marshall.
Sam Neill stopped by The Graham Norton Show where host Graham Norton asked him about shooting the classic scene from Jurassic Park when Neill, playing Dr. Alan Grant, sees a dinosaur for the first time. Neill explained that what he was really looking at was director Steven Spielberg waiving a tennis ball at the end of a long stick. Norton wanted to recreate the scene with British comedian and actress Miranda Hart playing the Laura Dern role, Ewan McGregor as the director, and comedian John Bishop playing the tennis ball…or, rather, the dinosaur.
Sam Neill stopped by The Graham Norton Show where host Graham Norton asked him about shooting the classic scene from Jurassic Park when Neill, playing Dr. Alan Grant, sees a dinosaur for the first time.
The director of blockbuster reboot ‘Jurassic World’ promises we’ll be in for a more frightening experience in the upcoming sequel. Whilst Colin Trevorrow will not be directing the as-yet untitled follow-up (he’ll be busy calling the shots on ‘Star Wars Episode IX’), he is still on board as producer and co-writer, and helped select his replacement in the director’s chair, JA Bayona. Trevorrow tells Jurassic Outpost, “[‘Jurassic World 2’] will be more suspenseful and scary.
Just when you thought the casting for Marvel’s ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ couldn’t get any better, ‘Jurassic Park’ legend Sam Neill has only gone and confirmed his involvement.
Sam Neill seems to have dashed any hopes we had about his ‘Jurassic Park’ character appearing in ‘Jurassic World 2′ by claiming Dr. Alan Grant “may have died”. The ‘Peaky Blinders’ star was in town promoting his new film, the hit Kiwi comedy ‘Hunt For The Wilderpeople’, when we asked him whether we’d see the famed palaeontologist again. “I don’t know where Alan Grant is now,” Neill told Yahoo Movies, “He might have died.
2015′s ‘Jurassic World’ was a huge summer hit, thanks to director Colin Trevorrow and Hollywood’s latest action hero Chris Pratt, and while a sequel is in the works we now know it’ll be the filling of a trilogy. According to ‘Jurassic World’s’ sequel helmer J.A. Bayona, Trevorrow’s vision is for a new, coherent trilogy that takes a lot of influence from Steven Spielberg’s movie catalogue, which includes directing ‘Jurassic Park’ and ‘The Lost World: Jurassic Park’ and being exec producer on ‘Jurassic Park III’.
Want to do a cool shot of a camera following Bourne as he jumps from a roof through a window the floor below? Don’t bother with special effects, just put a guy on a harness, give him a camera and then make him jump right after the stuntman. Director James Cameron tested the boundaries of puppetry for this sequel, by putting two puppeteers inside the 14-foot puppet’s midsection to work the four arms and then hanging it from a crane.
Concept artist Carlos Huante has shared some brilliantly bonkers images from a 14-year-old failed idea for ‘Jurassic Park 4′. 2015′s ‘Jurassic World’, directed by Colin Trevorrow (’Safety Not Guaranteed’), proved a huge hit when it roared its way to $1.6 billion over the summer. Huante has now shared a number of fascinating ideas for what was known only as ‘Jurassic Park 4′ many years before it ever hit cinema screens.
When it comes to his pets, movie buff Oliver Turpin spares no expense. Demonstrating this, he has revealed his pet tortoise Louie’s new living quarters, a miniature Jurassic Park, complete with the iconic gates and visitor’s centre. To the left, there is also a large paddock area for Louie, a leopard tortoise, to roam wild and free.
‘Jurassic Park’ is coming to the Royal Albert Hall for a very special world première live show that’ll quite literally be music to fans’ ears. To accompany Steven Spielberg’s dino adventure will be the film’s score, composed by the legendary John Williams, played live on stage for its adoring audience. The iconic music will be performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, meaning audiences will be able to witness first-hand the glorious as they watch the movie.
Ian Malcolm’s RV is pushed halfway off the cliff of Isla Sorna by an angry T-Rex mama, leaving the passengers to scrabble and climb up and out as it slowly slips further towards oblivion. Meanwhile, on terra firma, poor old Eddie (Richard Schiff) attempts to pull the RV back up using his Jeep, but finds himself a fancied delicacy of not one but two hungry Tyrannosaurs.
It’s almost impossible to imagine ‘Jurassic Park,’ or any of its three sequels, without one key figure: the Tyrannosaurus Rex. “I was sitting by the monitor one time with Steven on ‘Jurassic’ and about halfway through the movie we killed the T. Rex. "He had been watching the movie in his head as we’re shooting, and we’re halfway through the process and we’re nearing the moment where we’re gonna shoot the scene where we kill the T. Rex and he’s like, 'No, the T. Rex is the star of the movie.
Carlos Baena, experienced former animator for Pixar, is making an animated horror film called ‘La Noria’, and so far it looks amazing. Having worked in the visual effects department on film such as ‘Jurassic Park III’, ‘Star Wars: Episode 2 - Attack of the Clones’, and ‘Men In Black’, Baena is also a seasoned Pixar animator.
In Michael Crichton’s novel ‘Jurassic Park’ and Steven Spielberg’s subsequent smash hit movie adaptation, John Hammond’s dino park was built on Isla Nublar, a fictional island nestled off the coast of Costa Rica, far from the prying eyes of InGen’s biotechnology rivals. Spielberg’s concern about the lack of infrastructure in Costa Rica led the production to search for somewhere more amenable for the 1992 shoot, and the Pacific paradise of Hawai’i was chosen. Midway through shooting exteriors on the film on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Hurricane Iniki – the most powerful hurricane ever recorded in Hawaii - passed over the islands, confining the cast to their hotel.
Ahead of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ hitting cinemas this Christmas, the official range of merchandise has hit shelves, and it could be super huge profits for Disney. Promoted as #ForceFriday, not only has social media gone into overdrive, it seems fans were prepared to queue all night to get their hands on the first batch of ‘The Force Awakens’ toys, ranging from figures, to lightsabres, to remote control droids. At London’s Disney Store, John Boyega and Daisy Ridley showed up to ramp up the hype machine to maximum, as they signed items and posed for photos.