Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar now features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Hammond. After 10 years of operation and visitor rates declining, in order to fulfill a corporate mandate, a new attraction is created to re-spark visitor's interest, which backfires horribly.
No official story details have been revealed at this point, but Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow is coming back to co-write the screenplay for the sequel with Derek Connolly. The director did revealed last year that the follow-up will go off Isla Nublar. We reported last week that the studio is eyeing Juan Antonio Bayona (A Monster Calls) to direct, but it isn't known when production may begin. The studio has already set a June 22, 2018 release date for the sequel.
It was also reported last year that the sequel will follow other companies developing weaponized dinosaur technology. These themes were already hinted at in Jurassic World, largely through Vincent D'Onofrio's character Hoskins, who often talks about the potential to turn the raptors trained by Owen Grady into weapons. In another interview from September, Colin Trevorrow teased that he had so much product placement in Jurassic World to set up the sequels and different aspects of corporate greed.Read More
Shortly before Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow revealed he would not be back to direct Jurassic World 2, but he still wants to be involved in the franchise in some way. Universal still hasn't announced who will direct the follow-up, but we know that Colin Trevorrow will be journeying to a galaxy far, far away, since it was announced in August that he will take the helm on Disney/Lucasfilm's Star Wars: Episode IX. It isn't known how far along Colin Trevorrow is on the script for Jurassic World 2, or if he plans on writing Jurassic World 3 as well.
The filmmaker teased in August that Jurassic World 2 will take the story off Isla Nublar, and will focus on other companies developing weaponized dinosaur technology. These themes were already hinted at in Jurassic World, largely through Vincent D'Onofrio's character Hoskins, who often talks about the potential to turn the raptors trained by Owen Grady into weapons. In another interview from September, Colin Trevorrow teased that he had so much product placement in Jurassic World to set up the sequels and different aspects of corporate greed.Read More
While there are still a few movies that may be able to surpass Jurassic World at the box office, Universal Pictures' blockbuster remains the one to beat, with a staggering $651.4 million domestic take and over $1.6 billion worldwide. Now that its theatrical run has passed, fans can bring home Jurassic World on Blu-ray and DVD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Today we have an exclusive preview from the special features, which has young stars Ty Simpkins (Gray) and Nick Robinson (Zach) discussing their experiences shooting in Hawaii, along with behind-the-scenes footage with the actors going over a sequence with director Colin Trevorrow.
The #1 movie of the year proves that, once again, dinosaurs rule the earth! This fall, fans everywhere can experience Jurassic World in stunning hi-definition with the BD combo pack, in limited edition collectible steel packaging. Directed by Colin Trevorrow and starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, Jurassic World stomps its way home on Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.Read More
Tomorrow, the biggest blockbuster of the year, Jurassic World, will be available to own on Blu-ray and DVD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. To help celebrate this highly-anticipated release, the studio has debuted a new interactive 360-degree video, that allows fans to go behind-the-scenes of a shot featuring Chris Pratt's Owen Grady riding a motorcycle. This immersive video technology debuted last month, with a number of companies unveiling 360-degree videos, including LucasFilm which offered a unique look at Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Shattering records globally, Jurassic World crushed the opening-weekend box office, scoring the highest domestic, international and worldwide openings of all time. The film has taken in more than $1.6 billion globally to become the third-highest grossing film in history. Now fans can experience the thrill and awe when Jurassic World arrives in the comforts of their own home. More than two decades since Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park was released, fans of the original films and new moviegoers alike can witness the story come full circle as the park that was only a promise comes to life.Read More
What would Jurassic World have looked like had it been released in 1978? A new fan-made trailer answers that question. And it's pretty cool. Had this thriller about a vacation resort catering to man-made dinosaurs actually been released over thirty years ago, it would surely be remembered as a cult classic. Thanks to enterprising Youtube user ChiefBrodyRules, we get just a taste of what the past could have been like. Though, how it would have changed the course of genre films in the years to follow is something we can only imagine.
The plot of Jurassic World 1978 stays pretty close to the one we got this past summer. Science has found a way to make extinction a thing of the past. Tourists are welcomed to Jurassic World by the yacht-full. It is the most advanced amusement park in the entire world. They have made living biological attractions so astounding, it has captured the imagination of the entire planet! Jurassic World 1978 is a place where nothing can possibly go wrong...Or can it?Read More