Some brief news here regarding Jurassic Park 4. We reported recently that Jurassic Park 4’s production had been halted so that director Colin Trevorrow could have “adequate time to bring audiences the best possible version of the fourth installment.” While the film was initially thought to be released in 2014, that news confirmed that we would have to wait a lot longer than expected, because Trevorrow had written stuff for the film, and that his rewrite of the script involves some pretty impressive (and time consuming) set pieces that need careful attention.
Now, a banner spotted at the 2013 Licensing Expo in Las Vegas hints that the film will no arrive sometime in 2015, and Variety have now confirmed this. While no exact date is given, this does mean that Jurassic Park 4 will join an already packed year which also includes The Avengers 2, Star Wars: Episode VII, Pirates of the Caribbean 5, Ant-Man, The Fantastic Four and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2.
Steven Spielberg was also spotted at the Licensing Expo, per Variety: Sources have told Variety that Steven Spielberg, who is exec producing the pic, is currently in town working with producers and director Colin Trevorrow on the script before he jumps into pre-production on his directing job “American Sniper.”
It has also been reported that Jurassic Park 4 will be shot in 3D.
More as it develops. For now though, here is the banner courtesy of ComingSoon