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.Read More
In a short statement issued after regular news hours on starwars.com, Lucasfilm has announced that Jurassic World's Colin Trevorrow will no longer be directing Star Wars: Episode IX.Read More
Players will get to design their own dinos and try to prevent chaos in Jurassic World Evolution, a dinosaur theme park simulation game coming out in 2018.Read More
Jurassic World director and Jurassic World 2 screenwriter Colin Trevorrow revealed that Jeff Goldblum is writing some of the dialogue for Dr. Ian Malcolm.Read More
Devin Graham, a videographer who specializes in extreme sports, recently posted a YouTube video titled "Jurassic Park Meets Parkour In Real Life." In the video, two parkour practitioners--Ninja Nate, in an inflatable dino costume; and Calen Chan, playing the Chris Pratt character--act out a dino chase at Kualoa Ranch in Hawaii.Read More
Big Bad Toy Store is now accepting pre-orders for a life-size baby Groot figure.Read More
If you’re able to admit that your favorite show has a serious problem with gratuitous and poorly executed rape scenes, you’ll be better able to admit that hey, maybe you need to do more than wear a safety pin to help those who are endangered by the incoming Trump administration.Read More
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.Read More
When Iron Man 3 came out in 2013, I remember the Internet cheering when Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) got in the last punch on bad guy Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce). “The girl gets the bad guy in the end!” The Internet heralded this as a semi-feminist great moment in an ultimately disappointing film. But… is it?Read More
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.Read More
When I first saw Jurassic World, I was trying desperately to like it. Summer 2015 was, with the shining exception of Mad Max: Fury Road, a terrible time for big action movies, and I was searching for something to break that. So I confess, I was looking for reasons to like it, and while I wouldn't say that my initial thoughts on it were completely positive, I at least didn't hate it. I am but a man; I am sometimes weak.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
Some Movie Called The Force Awakens Made $57 Million Last Night, Is on Track to Break Jurassic World‘s Record
Stay on target.
Have you guys heard of The Force Awakens? Turns out, it made a record-breaking $57 million yesterday in the U.S.. Whoa! Sounds like a big deal!Read More
"Might as well go for it."
BD Wong recently spoke to Spinoff Online about his role in the Jurassic movies as Dr. Henry Wu, the sinister scientist.Read More
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.Read More
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow made some rather intriguing comments about future sequels (the first currently being written and slated for release on June 22nd, 2018). When asked about Bryce Dallas Howard’s character, operations manager Claire Dearing, he said, “Claire is the one who evolves the most over the trilogy; it’s her story that mirrors this changing world.”Read More
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.Read More
ChiefBrodyRules over at YouTube does an awesome job of capturing the essence of Jurassic World if it would've been made in 1978 by incorporating footage from the film into other 1970s films about dinosaurs and scientific weirdness. Check it out after the jump!Read More
"They literally break out a pair of nostalgia goggles."
"Dude...this isn't Pinkberry. You don't have to use every topping just cause they're there."Read More