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Colin Trevorrow Will Return to Direct and Write Jurassic World 3

Colin Trevorrow, who directed and co-wrote the first Jurassic World movie back in 2015, will return to the franchise to direct and co-write the third one.

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Colin Trevorrow Reportedly Fired From Star Wars for the Most Obvious Reason

Former Star Wars: Episode IX Director Colin Trevorrow was whisked in on the back of his sudden, dinosaur-fueled rise to fame, but it's hard to say that his departure was surprising. Not only have plenty of other directors met similar fates at the hands of Lucasfilm, but Trevorrow's only other major film to speak of was resoundingly panned. But new word on the real reason for his removal is at once a new piece of the puzzle and wholly unsurprising.

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Colin Trevorrow Is out as Director of Star Wars: Episode IX

In a short statement issued after regular news hours on, Lucasfilm has announced that Jurassic World's Colin Trevorrow will no longer be directing Star Wars: Episode IX.

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Jeff Goldblum Is Apparently Writing His Own Dialogue for Jurassic World 2

Jurassic World director and Jurassic World 2 screenwriter Colin Trevorrow revealed that Jeff Goldblum is writing some of the dialogue for Dr. Ian Malcolm.

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Reviews for Colin Trevorrow’s The Book of Henry Are Concerning for Star Wars Fans

The blockbuster that led to Disney tapping Colin Trevorrow to direct Star Wars Episode IX—Jurassic World—was a box office success, but that doesn't mean it was without its problems. Unfortunately, his newest film, The Book of Henry, has done more to exacerbate concerns than lay them to rest, as critics tear into what seems to be a complete mess of a movie.

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Colin Trevorrow Suspects He Might Be Naïve Re: the Subject of Female Directors. He’s Right.

A fan reached out to Colin Trevorrow on Twitter to ask a very important question regarding female directors, which you can see after the jump.

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Amidst Grieving, Team Star Wars Sets Up a Meeting to Determine Leia’s Fate After Carrie Fisher’s Death

It's a difficult thing to think about, but as we know Carrie Fisher's General Leia Organa has a larger role in Episode VIII than she did in The Force Awakens, and her story was planned to continue after that into Episode IX. Now that the beloved Fisher has passed away, the Star Wars team at Lucasfilm and Disney are trying to put the pieces back together and figure out what to do next.

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Jurassic World 2 Director Says Sequel Will Be “Darker, Scarier”

A darker and scarier Jurassic World? It may not mean riding through a jungle with a velociraptor posse, but I could be here for it.

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Jurassic World is Being Envisioned as a Trilogy

So does that mean we'll get three movies of Chris Pratt and his velociraptor pals?

If you thought that Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow only had intentions for a sequel in the series: think again.

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Ava DuVernay Being Courted for EVERYTHING, Including Film Version of A Wrinkle in Time

One of our favorite badass female directors, Ava DuVernay, seems to be getting job offers right and left. Currently she's working on the series Queen Sugar for Oprah Winfrey's OWN Network, but after that, she may be working on the film adaptation of one of our favorite sci-fi stories from our youth!

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Colin Trevorrow Will Shoot Star Wars: Episode IX on Film Because It’s “A Period Film”

Colin Trevorrow, director of Star Wars: Episode IX, plans to shoot the entire movie on film -- just as he did with Jurassic World.

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Bryce Dallas Howard Explains How Claire’s New Shoes in Jurassic World 2 Illustrate Her Character Arc

Bryce Dallas Howard can't reveal any major plot points about Jurrasic World 2, although she does know a handful of hints. The only clue she can reveal? The fate of her high heels, and their significance.

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Colin Trevorrow Drops All Kinds of Hints About Episode IX, Rey’s Parentage, & Which Original Trilogy Stars Will Return for the Final Film

Despite protests from fans who remain loyal to George Lucas, Colin Trevorrow is still directing Star Wars: Episode IX, and he's already sharing some info on what we can expect from the final installment of the trilogy.

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Star Wars: Episode IX Director Colin Trevorrow Responds to Fan Petition to Replace Him With George Lucas

Did anyone tell them George Lucas doesn't want to?

Filmmaking is a collaborative process, and the brilliance of many people came together to create the original Star Wars trilogy that we all know and love. Some fans, though, believe that George Lucas himself is the defining factor of what makes Star Wars great and are asking for his return with a petition, and Episode IX's director has some thoughts for them.

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Star Wars Fans Petition to Replace Colin Trevorrow with George Lucas for Episode IX

Never tell them the odds.

Oh, boy. A new Change.Org petition sent to Disney, Lucasfilm, and Lucasfilm president Kathleen Kennedy, is calling on Disney to "bring George Lucas back to the Star Wars movies."

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Star Wars: Episode VIII’s Script Is Reportedly so Awesome That J.J. Abrams Wishes He Was Directing

Don't get cocky, kid.

According to The Force Awakens star and J.J. Abrams' lifelong friend Greg Grunberg (you know, the dude from Heroes), Star Wars: Episode VIII's script is very, very rad. So rad, in fact, that J.J. Abrams is a little jealous of director Rian Johnson.

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Jurassic World Congratulates Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Beating Their Box Office Record

Remember when Marvel congratulated Jurassic World for beating The Avengers at the box office with a silly tweet? Well, it looks like Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Colin Trevorrow are paying it forward.

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Director Lexi Alexander Talks Directing Arrow and Why More Women Aren’t Directing Superhero Stuff

Lexi Alexander is one of our favorite directors. 1) Because she's talented as hell, and 2) because she's badass as all get-out.

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This Dino Poop Scene Was Cut from Jurassic World Because It Was Utter Shit

God bless Editors, really.

In what I guess was an "homage" to Jurassic Park, Jurassic World's script apparently featured a scene in which Bryce Dallas Howard's character Claire is forced to smear herself with dino poop in order to cover up the scent of her vanilla lotion.

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Bryce Dallas Howard Promises No Heels in Jurassic World 2

Clever girl.

I don't think Jurassic World treated women very well, but the shoes seem more like a distraction from the movie's actual sexism than a symptom of it.

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