Jurassic World

'Jurassic Park 4' is officially titled 'Jurassic World' and takes us back to Isla Nublar, the setting of the original 'Jurassic Park' movie. The island has been transformed into a fully functional dinosaur attraction, where seeing real-life dinos in a zoo-like setting has become commonplace. However, to up the ante and bring more tourists to the island, the park owners create a new genetically enhanced dinosaur ... that eventually gets loose and wreaks havoc.

  • Release Date: June 12, 2015
  • Director: Colin Trevorrow
  • Written By: Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver

 

‘Jurassic World 2’ Finally Gets a Title and a Very Serious Poster
‘Jurassic World 2’ Finally Gets a Title and a Very Serious Poster
Today marks the one-year mark until we get the sequel to the 2015 box-office-crusher Jurassic World, and Universal wanted to do something special to commemorate the occasion. Now look down at that glass of water you've got close at hand. Tiny ripples in the center, a distant thunderous thudding in the distance. New information is close at hand.
‘Jurassic World’ EP Teases Character Return for the Sequel
‘Jurassic World’ EP Teases Character Return for the Sequel
Jurassic World promised a return, for better or worse, to Steven Spielberg and Michael Crichton’s original island full of genetically engineered living fossils, and the film had one of the biggest openings in box office history. Audiences returned to the park in droves, and the film gifted us with a few unexpected returns of its own. Our beloved Tyrannosaurus rex was featured in arguably the coolest shot of the entire movie when Bryce Dallas Howard’s Claire Dearing lures it out of its paddock with a lit flare, and B.D. Wong reprised his role as Dr. Henry Wu, the biologist who engineered the dinosaurs for Hammond in the original Jurassic Park. He left the park at the end of Jurassic World as the dinosaurs ran rampant, but the movie’s executive producer says that might not be the last we see of him.

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