The classic 'Jurassic Park' trio of Alan Grant, Ellie Satler and Jeff Goldblum will play key roles in the third 'Jurassic World' film.
"Jurassic World: Dominion" will resume filming on July 6 in the United Kingdom, Variety has confirmed. Pre-production on the big-budget sequel was halted in March as the coronavirus swept across the globe, upending economic activity and delaying work on most major movies and television shows. "Jurassic World: Dominion" was four weeks into its 20-week production […]
Jurassic World: Dominion producer Frank Marshall says the blockbuster will start a new era for the series.
Sam Neill will be reprising his role of grumpy palaeontologist Alan Grant in Jurassic World: Dominion. But not for a while yet.
The owner of Odeon cinemas has vowed that the chain will no longer screen films by the Universal studio, after it broke ranks and released the new Trolls movie to streaming platforms.
Sport Relief is giving you the chance to win a trip to the set of 'Jurassic World: Dominion'.
Sam Neill and Laura Dern might not be the only original crew from Jurassic Park to be turning up in the forthcoming Jurassic World 3.
You don't need to shell out on pricey (or numerous) streaming subscriptions to get some quality movies on telly over the festive period.
Filming on Colin Trevorrow's new dinosaur adventure will take place in Vancouver next year.
After premiering on the FX channel in the US last night, the Jurassic World short film, directed in secret by Colin Trevorrow is now online to watch.
Yesterday saw director Colin Trevorrow reveal that he'd somehow managed to film a Jurassic World 'short' in secret.
An unexpected treat lies in store for Jurassic Park fans, with news that a previously unannounced 'short film' from director Colin Trevorrow will arrive this weekend.
The screenwriter admits he stole one of Jurassic Park's best lines from another filmmaker.
The biggest LEGO brick Tyrannosaurus rex set is making its way into LEGO stores from 19 June. Inspired by the Jurassic World franchise, this brand-new set features the original Jurassic Park gate and a large, fully posable, brick-built T. rex.The huge dino measures more than 22cm high and 69cm long making this model LEGO’s biggest brick-built T. rex set ever. It also has snapping jaws, a posable head, arms, legs and tail. The collectible set - available in stores and online from 19 June - is made from 3,120 pieces and includes six Minifigures: Dr. Ian Malcolm, Dr. Ellie Sattler, Dr. Alan Grant, John Hammond, Ray Arnold, and Dennis Nedry as well as a baby dinosaur figure. Read more: Jurassic World animated series announcedIt also features loads of fun easter eggs for fans of the Jurassic franchise which began in 1993 with Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park. Hidden within the gates are a series of scenes from the film including the control room where Dr. Sattler finds an arm, a mud slide featuring a shaving cream can and a branch for Dennis Nedry to hang from. Additionally, found within the surrounding wall is a nest with two cracked dinosaur eggs inside, a bunker with a buildable bed for Dr. Malcolm, and John Hammonds’ dining room complete with a table and Minifigure chair.75936 – LEGO Jurassic World Jurassic Park: T. rex Rampage (RRP £219.99), is recommended for those aged 16+.
'Jurassic World' spin-off series 'Camp Cretaceous' is coming to Netflix in 2020. A new animated series set in the same universe as Jurassic World is set to debut on Netflix next year. Camp Cretaceous will take place within the same time period as the 2015 blockbuster, which reinvigorated the Jurassic Park franchise 14 years after Jurassic Park III.
Reports of the death of movies are greatly exaggerated. The exhibition business came roaring back in 2018, as blockbusters such as “Black Panther,” “Avengers: Infinity War,” and “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” powered ticket sales to record levels. The domestic box office hit a new high-water mark of $11.5 billion and global revenues also have a […]
It’s been a busy and eclectic year at the cinema, including superhero sequels, far away galaxy prequels and one of the most interesting awards seasons in ages. But what films did you spend 2018 excited about? Here’s the list of the flicks Yahoo users spent most time looking for online.The Yahoo Year in Review MethodologyTo develop the Yahoo Year in Review, our editors analyse Yahoo Search queries based on a number of factors, including absolute volume and growth from previous periods, to see which themes and trends bubble to the surface. Individuals and their Search queries always remain anonymous. This list is constructed without navigational searches – i.e. searches where the intention is clearly purely to navigate to a site rather than to discover information.Read moreThe stars we lost in 2018Incredible actor transformationsMost bizarre Disney crossovers