Writer-director Colin Trevorrow is about to head to Hawaii to start work on his second feature film – namely the Jurassic Park sequel Jurassic World.
Before he commences principal photography however, the Safety Not Guaranteed director granted IGN an interview to discuss some of the rumours that have been swirling around the project, and to announce one unexpected but actually pretty logical piece of casting news...
In June 2002 director Steven Spielberg told Starlog magazine that he planned to produce Jurassic Park IV and that director Joe Johnston, who helmed Jurassic Park III, would direct. In November 2002 screenwriter William Monahan was hired to write, with the film's release slated for summer 2005. In July 2003, Monahan completed the first draft, with the story no longer set in the jungle. Actor Sam Neill said he was returning as Dr. Alan Grant, with filming expected to begin in 2004 in California and Hawaii. In September 2004 screenwriter John...
Fanboys and paleontologists are so pissed off because the dinosaurs in Jurassic World don't have feathers like science suggested.
I would like to quote Doctor Alan Grant from Jurassic Park 3:
“What John Hammond and InGen did at Jurassic Park is create genetically engineered theme-park monsters. Nothing more, nothing less."
Genetically engineered, not scientifically accurate.
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