An old fan-favourite appears in a new set photo from Jurassic World 2... but does this hint we're heading back to the old Jurassic Park?
Thanks to having J.A. Bayona at the helm – director of the very-frightening-indeed 'The Orphanage' – it looks like we'll soon be getting a rather more scary look into the world of genetically engineered dinosaurs.
The LA Confidential star will play the former partner of Sir Richard Attenborough's naive genius from the first Jurassic Park movie.
Leaked set photos from 'Jurassic World 2' appear to confirm the return of a deadly dinosaur last seen in Steven Spielberg's 1993 original.
Chris Pratt AKA Star Lord, legendary outlaw, is receiving his own corner of Hollywood later this month when he'll be awarded a Walk of Fame star of his own.
Director Colin Trevorrow, who has written and is producing the sequel, confirms some T-Rex action for Jurassic World 2.
Chris Pratt has been busy filming ‘Jurassic World 2’, but he’s also pretty busy trolling the bodyshamers who reckon he’s looking too thin. Some background – the once kind-of chubby, now totally ripped star has been posting a series of videos detailing his on-set snacking while making the dino-sequel. Called (obviously) #whatsmysnack, he shines the spotlight on a range of healthy snacks which, judging by his inability to pronounce some of them – we’re looking at you ‘cacao baobab banana chia’ – he may not be making himself. ...
‘Jurassic Park’ fans waited fourteen years for a fourth film in the classic series, and when it finally arrived it made a huge impact – becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of all time. More specifically, young people love them, and for younger generations ‘Jurassic World’ would have been a first taste of the series. Acting as a sequel and soft reboot, ‘Jurassic World’ continued the story by realising original park-owner John Hammond’s vision and showing us a dinosaur theme park that had been up and running without incident for six or seven years.
The stars of ‘Jurassic World 2’ are a long way from Isla Nublar, that’s for sure. This week, the lucky lot are filming in Slough, home of ‘The Office’, and Europe’s largest single-ownership industrial estate. According to fansite Jurassic Outpost (via Den of Geek), local businesses at the Langley Business Centre – which provides ‘modern office and industrial space’ in ‘an unrivalled position’ near where the M4 meets the M25 – have been advised that a film called ‘Ancient Futures’ will be filming on the site on February 23. ...
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 »
Daniella Pineda, who stars in the TBS comedy series “The Detour,” is set to join Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment’s next “Jurassic World” film in one of the new female lead roles. Rafe Spall, Toby Jones, and “The Get Down” actor Justice Smith have also recently joined returning stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.... Read more »
‘Jurassic World’ was one of 2015’s biggest movies, making an incredible $1.6 billion during its cinema run and attracted plenty of attention regarding its lead woman, Bryce Dallas Howard, largely her skill for outrunning a T.rex in high heels. Sequel director JA Bayona has addressed the issue by clarifying that Claire (Dallas Howard) will not be wearing any inappropriate footwear hence forth. When Bayona spoke to Birth.Movies.Death, he was quick to dismiss the ongoing internet discussion about how (and why) Claire ran in heels.
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.
With over 100 producing credits to his name plus a few directorial ones too (‘Arachnophobia’, ‘Alive’, ‘Congo’), Frank Marshall is a bona fide Hollywood icon so we jumped at the chance to speak to the producer of ‘Jason Bourne’ when he was promoting this week’s DVD and Blu-ray release. You can read everything he had to say about the future of the Jason Bourne franchise here and why he’ll never reboot ‘Back To The Future’ here.
‘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.
Universal’s ‘Jurassic World’ sequel is getting a small influx of British talent in the form of 'Prometheus’s Rafe Spall and the legendary Toby Jones. The two actors are reportedly set for roles opposite Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, who will reprise their roles from 2015’s monster box office hit. Variety reports that the two stars are currently in talks with Universal and Steven Spielberg’s production company Amblin Entertainment.
It looks as though Jake Johnson won’t be back in ‘Jurassic World 2’. Lowery Cruthers added a certain something to the movie, with his goofy charm and comedy beats lightening the mood as he cut through the tension in the room… but after surviving the events of ‘Jurassic World’ as an employee of the park, it’s unlikely he’d want to go back to Islar Nublar anytime soon. “I understand people died,” he said of the original Jurassic Park.