In 1993 legendary actor Richard Attenborough helped us all believe that dinosaurs could once again peacefully walk the Earth in Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park. It is with a heavy heart that we report today he is no longer with us.
If you can avert your eyes from staring at the copious amounts of camel toe and moose knuckle long enough, you never know what you'll see hanging around the San Diego Comic-Con. Case in point: these blink and you missed 'em Jurassic World vehicles.
Just in time for the madness of this week's San Diego Comic-Con, director Colin Trevorrow has released the first official bit of Jurassic World artwork early on Twitter. Though more than fit for mass consumption, we recommend chewing slowly. It's the good stuff!
A couple months back we got our hands on some leaked images from the inside of Jurassic World's brochure and today a whole lot more of them have come our way, giving us a complete look at all the park has to offer.
Everyone is excited for Colin Trevorrow's currently shooting Jurassic World, but let's file this one under "maybe" for now, shall we? JurassicWorld.org spotted the following image over on Instagram of what could be your first look at one of the film's raptors.
Production of Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World is in full swing, but that doesn't mean that the casting process has stopped as THR is reporting that James DuMont has signed up for dino-fighting duty in an unspecified role. Stay tuned.
Colin Trevorrow's tweeted a new image from the set of the currently shooting Jurassic World and it's safe to say that the main subject of it was anything but safe. Hey... a dino's gotta eat, right?
A pair of behind-the-scenes videos from the set of Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World have hit the Interwebs today courtesy of... well... Today, and we have them for you right here. Check 'em out and look for more from the set soon!
The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences (AMPAS) has a new digital series, "Academy Originals," and this week's episode looks at the "moments that changed movies," specifically the 1993 classic Jurassic Park.
The first set of images from the set of Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World have arrived to welcome you to the jungle, and we have the trio of them right here courtesy of the AV Club. They're dino-less, but hey, at least they're not paparazzi pics.
There's been a steady stream of information coming out of the set of Jurassic World. Some fact, some bullshit, all interesting. Recently the film's director, Colin Trevorrow, sat down with /Film to set the record (sort of) straight.
Since we're being kept so in the dark about Jurassic World, we're quite frankly pretty damn hungry for any information we can get our hands on, so excuse us if we tend to share random little tidbits from time to time. At this point, we're just happy to take whatever we can get!
While plot details for the upcoming Jurassic World are still being kept under wraps, we can speculate on a major story element just by the title, which suggests we'll be headed to an entire dinosaur-filled world this time around rather than a mere park.
With Godzilla now in theatres, all eyes are on Jurassic World to bring more giant lizard action to the big screen. The question beckons though... how badass and dangerous will these creatures be? Read on for the inside word!
In today's most obvious news, the upcoming Jurassic World may be more than just another sequel to Steven Spielberg's 1993 classic. Did someone say sequel(s)?