Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has posted a new photo from the Jurassic World set, which features a nice tribute to Richard Attenborough, the actor who played Jurassic Park founder John Hammond in the original Steven Spielberg film and died over the weekend. See the new Richard Attenborough Jurassic World tribute image, after the jump.
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Just like that, Colin Trevorrow and his producers and crew have wrapped the Jurassic World shoot. Trevorrow commemorated the occasion with a photo that teases what appear to be some T. rex jawbones. Is this the remains of the dino from the first film (probably not), or something that is built as part of the island park’s visitor center display? Puzzle over the Jurassic World wrap photo below. Read More »
Though most know him as a supporting actor and goofy guy, this weekend the world will be introduced to Chris Pratt, the leading man. Guardians of the Galaxy opens this week, and marks Pratt’s official transition from Andy Dwyer of Parks and Recreation to full on, action-star bad-ass Peter Quill. (aka Star Lord.) Like any good rising star would, the actor has his next big role all lined up. He’s the star of Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World.
With so many people seeing Guardians of the Galaxy on Thursday night, the director took to Twitter to reveal a new image of Pratt in the film. Check out the new Chris Pratt Jurassic World photo below. Read More »
We’re still a year out from the release of Jurassic World, but the team behind the film knows there is a good deal of interest in the film already. And so the producers and PR team have been dropping little bits of info here and there. We had a great interview with director Colin Trevorrow, and then the first batch of images went online. Now the latest look at the movie is a short Jurassic World behind the scenes glimpse, via the Today Show.
Trevorrow and stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, along with Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins, have hit the Today Show to talk about the movie. In two video clips we see some behind the scenes crowd shots, and Trevorrow has a good line about working with Steven Spielberg. Read More »
Last week, official images of the humans in Jurassic World were released. And sure, it was cool seeing Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in that world. Fans, however, really just want to see some dinosaurs. That reveal is probably at least a few months away, as filming is still underway and many of the dinosaurs are sure to be computer-generated.
But not all of them will be. Director Colin Trevorrow took to Twitter to tease a look at a Jurassic World dinosaur and you can see the image below. Read More »
Exclusive Photo: Director Colin Treverrow on the set of Jurassic World
Jurassic World plot details leaked onto the Internet last week (by way of a scooper for JoBlo), sending Jurassic Park fans into a tizzy. Some of the details that leaked turned out to be spoilers that the filmmakers would have preferred not be released before the film. I got an exclusive opportunity to talk with Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow from the set of the Jurassic Park sequel about the recent information leaks, to clarify some of the misconceptions and address some of the fan concerns. The conversation will surely calm many of you who were worried about some of the material in the recent leaks. You can read our full Colin Trevorrow Jurassic World interview after the jump.
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Briefly: Lots of rumors have been circulating in recent days in regards to Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World. Is it set at a park? Is that park functioning? Are there good dinosaurs there? Have humans tamed the dinosaurs? We’ll hopefully have some answers to those questions soon. In the meantime, the director took to Twitter to tease a few of those answers.
He’s posted an image of a Jurassic World patch for “Veterinary Services.” Check it out below. Read More »
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