The first plot details for the upcoming installment of Jurassic Park have come to light, and though they are as of yet unconfirmed, they are pretty friggin' tasty! Read on for details, and look for the official word soon!
Don't get your panties in a bunch just yet, folks. Some recent news has hit the wire stating that the recently delayed fourth Jurassic Park film is not a sequel, but rather a reboot or remake. However, odds are pretty good that this is just not the case.
Yes, you read that headline right... Steven Spielberg is now in production on "Halo: The Television Series," which will be a LIVE ACTION television series that will launch exclusively on the Xbox One.
The news from the TV Upfronts is a bit light today on the horror side with just one project coming from TNT/TBS hitting our radar. Read on for the early word on "Portal House," which is in development by TNT.
There's been talk of a remake of Gremlins for some time now, and it sounds like this project is now ten steps closer to happening. Read on for the latest on the remake, and pray this doesn't turn into a G-rated crapfest!
There's trouble on Isla Nublar, but this time it has NOTHING to do with rampaging dinosaurs. From the sounds of things production on Jurassic Park 4 has been suspended. Read on for details.
Director Colin Trevorrow took to his Twitter account and gave dino-hungry fans the first behind-the-scenes still from Jurassic Park 4. Yep, it sure is beautiful. Now let's muck it up with dinosaurs and people fleeing for their lives, shall we?
Though the digital dinosaurs were a significant part of the appeal of the original Jurassic Park as that level of realism had never before been reached in cinema, many of the shots to feature dinosaurs were actually full-scale practical robotic creations, conceived and produced at Stan Winston Studio.
Some interesting news has popped up via USA Today regarding the next installment in the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic Park 4, and it has us grinning like someone who's about to break a fast with a steak dinner.
With Jurassic Park waiting to take a three-dimensional bite out of your weekend beginning April 5th, we have on tap for you dino-loving cats a series of soundbites with the filmmakers as well as the folks who had the daunting task of delivering the 3D goodies.
Judging by the ripples in my glass of water, I'd say that something big is approaching. That's right, kids; the original Jurassic Park is headed your way in 3D, and we have three new TV spots to get you geared up for the raptors leaping off the screen and into your laps.
Judging by the ripples in my glass of water, I'd say that something big is approaching. That's right, kids; the original Jurassic Park is headed your way in 3D, and we have two new TV spots to get you excited for the magic to come.
Finally a director has been named for the fourth film in the Jurassic Park franchise, tentatively titled Jurassic Park 4. Read on for all the details, and get ready, kids, as this probably means things are set to hit the fast track.
With the 3D re-release of Jurassic Park heading our way on April 5th, Universal Pictures has unveiled a pair of TV spots they're no doubt hoping will entice a new generation of moviegoers to seek it out.
Another lead role has been filled for the CBS adaptation of Stephen King's "Under the Dome" as former Twilight star Rachelle Lefevre signs on to the miniseries, which will premiere in June.