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Saturday, June 22, 2013

Jurassic Park 4 greenlit for 2015; Will be Shot in 3D

It has been 20 years since the first Jurassic Park movie, and 12 years since the last sequel. And it's no surprise that Jurassic Park was re-released (this time) in 3D format this year; it's related to the plans of making a new Jurassic Park movie; Jurassic Park 4 has already been greenlit, and set for development and production. Colin Trevorrow (who directed Safety Not Guaranteed) was chosen to direct JP4, and Bryce Dallas Howard and David Oyelowo are the frontrunners to be on the cast. It should also be most interesting to note that it will be shot in 3D. [hit the jump to read the full article]

Progress on the film endured what has been termed "development hell" for more than a decade. Jurassic Park 4 was originally scheduled to be released on June 13, 2014. But this project was put on hold for a moment, and has now re-entered development. The project was "epic and ambitious than what the Studio was planning for", rendering a June 13 2014 release date impossible. But now with all its plans in place, JP4 is expected to hit theaters sometime in 2015. If that's the case, 2015 will be one big, genre, sci-fi fantasy stuffed year, what with a line-up that include: The Avengers 2, Pirates of the Caribbean 5, Ant-Man, The Fantastic Four, Finding Dory, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, and now Jurassic Park IV all in the same year.

Back in 1991 when the first movie was released, watching lifelike dinosaurs onscreen was something that has not been seen yet in cinema. But ever since that time, audiences have seen so many fantastic things onscreen in the past years. Would it be wise to release JP4 side-by-side these big new movies? Would dinosaurs be something this new generation of audiences be interested in? Hit the comments section for your opinions!

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