The summer of 2015 just officially became a little more crowded—in addition to housing such films as The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Ant-Man, Terminator 5, Independence Day 2 and (possibly) Star Wars Episode VII, Jurassic Park 4 has now been given an official summer 2015 release date (and a new name!).
June 12, 2015. That’s when you’ll first be able to sit down and watch the film that is no longer being called Jurassic Park 4, but is now officially titled Jurassic World.
Jurassic World will be helmed by Safety Not Guaranteed director Colin Trevorrow, who co-wrote the script with Derek Connolly (who wrote Safety Not Guaranteed); the script was originally penned by Rise of the Planet of the Apes duo Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver.
So far, nothing is really known about the film, aside from the occasional rumor that new dinosaurs will be added to the film. That said, we can probably guess that it’ll be something like this: someone greedy and mean will want to do something with the dinosaurs despite being told to leave it alone and not meddle in such things, something will go wrong and manner of dinosaur hell will break loose, and a group of people will have to survive a bunch of CGI monsters. That pretty close?
What do you think of the Jurassic World news?