'Jurassic Park 4' was given a summer 2014 release date by Universal a while back, but for a while no director was attached, which gave us all cause for concern. Now the wait is over, and if you were hoping for Steven Spielberg to return to helm one of his babies, you'll be disappointed because the job goes to Colin Trevorrow.
With Steven Spielberg's 'Robopocalypse' put on temporary hold, perhaps Universal saw a hole in the 2014 schedule, or perhaps they're just ready to make more dinosaur movies. We say that because -- even though there's no director attached -- Universal has announced that 'Jurassic Park 4' will be hitting theaters June 13, 2014.
Relive the Steven Spielberg classic in 3D -- a group of paleontologists get a sneak peek at an all-new theme park featuring real-life dinosaurs, but they're soon running for their lives once these creatures are released.
Did you know that some of the velociraptors in 'Jurassic Park' were actually stuntmen in puppet suits? (It's OK, we've seen the film hundreds of times and even we didn't know that.) It's true and in this recently released video, we get to see how the late FX wizard Stan Winston created these suits to make a man look like a raptor.
Steven Spielberg first brought us onto the dino-riddled island in 'Jurassic Park.' For 'Jurassic Park 2,' the dinos came to us, and 'Jurassic Park 3' brought some familiar faces back from the first. Not much is known about what we can officially expect from 'Jurassic Park 4,' other than that it's supposedly coming to theaters in 2014. But newly scrapped concept art for the fourth movie installment suggests it might be a whole lot different than we were probably expecting.
We know 'Jurassic Park' as something of a modern classic. Directed by Steven Spielberg, it's an almost perfect example of action-suspense blockbuster filmmaking. But it turns out, Steven Spielberg almost didn't direct the film and James Cameron - the man behind 'Avatar' and 'Titanic' - almost did.
Scientists working in Italy have found the oldest samples of insects preserved in amber - a fly and two mites at the ripe old age of 230 million. Maybe if we play our cards right, we'll get an eccentric billionaire to clone some dinosaurs and we'll be on our way to Jurassic Park!