The casting reports for Jurassic World have been full of rumor as much as fact, as reports for a film like this tend to be. But the list of actors who were initially connected to the movie has slowly been checked off with confirmations, one by one. Jake Johnson (New Girl, Drinking Buddies) is the latest actor to be confirmed for the Colin Trevorrow film, which will begin shooting very soon, after a screenwriting delay.
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In this Jurassic World concept art, someone spared no expense. Two pieces of rumored concept art from Colin Trevorrow‘s highly-anticipated sequel Jurassic World have hit the net, showing a highly-evolved, super-technologically advanced building on a tropical island. It looks a bit like a new Visitor’s Center for a dinosaur park, but we don’t know for sure. Maybe it’s something that was part of the film at one point and now isn’t. Or many this is a massive plot point. All we really know is, at some point, artist Nathan Schroeder made these images for the film, they are beautiful and ripe for speculation. Check out some Jurassic World concept art below. Read More »
Posted on Friday, March 21st, 2014 by Angie Han
Jurassic World may not be bringing back much of the old cast, but the new cast is looking so good it’s tough to complain. French actor Omar Sy is the latest exciting addition to a roster which already includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and many more. He’s known for his breakthrough turn in The Intouchables, and his upcoming role in X-Men: Days of Future Past.
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Posted on Tuesday, March 18th, 2014 by Angie Han
Speculation on which Jurassic Park characters might reprise their roles for Jurassic World has been swirling pretty much since the moment Jurassic World was announced. So far, though, none of the actors have confirmed their return.
But now Colin Trevorrow is doing it for them. Or for one specific person, to be more precise. Hit the jump to find out which original Jurassic Park character will make it back for the sequel — and why you shouldn’t expect to see the others return with them.
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Director Colin Trevorrow has just added two actors to his highly anticipated film Jurassic World. Vincent D’Onofrio, best known for his work on Law and Order: Criminal Intent and in Full Metal Jacket, has been cast as the bad guy in the film. Also, Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi, Amazing Spider-Man and Slumdog Millionaire) has joined the cast. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are stars in the sequel, which opens June 12, 2015. Read More »
Briefly: While the film and television industry has already shifted almost entirely to digital, there are still a few filmmakers holding on to film as a medium for capturing images. Turns out Colin Trevorrow is one of them, and his movie Jurassic World will be shot on film. Even better, some of it will be shot on large 65mm film. John Schwartzman (The Amazing Spider-Man, Armageddon, The Rock) is the cinematographer. Read More »
2015’s Jurassic World is the third sequel to Jurassic Park. That much we know. What we don’t exactly know is how it fits into that world. Will the same characters, events and consequences be at stake? Will it be a wholly new story? Are there dinosaurs? Well, we know the last one, and have a few good ideas about the other two, but director Colin Trevorrow felt generous on Twitter earlier this week and revealed a bit more about Jurassic World than we knew before.
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Briefly: For his role in Guardians of the Galaxy, comic actor Chris Pratt did some serious working out, and the aftereffect of his physical work is that other producers are looking at Pratt as a leading man. (OK, being chosen to lead what may be Marvel Studios’ biggest film yet probably didn’t hurt.) Now there’s a good chance that Pratt will end up in the central role in Jurassic World, to be directed by Colin Trevorrow.
The Wrap says the deal isn’t done, but that Pratt is being sought for the role that Josh Brolin was once lined up for. Brolin’s talks didn’t work out, and before Pratt can commit he’ll have to figure out a couple of stumbling blocks, including any potential schedule issues with Parks and Recreation, assuming the show continues. He may be a great choice for the film; if nothing else he can bring a type of vulnerability to the picture that Brolin wouldn’t have had.
Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins are also set for the film, and this report also says Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi, The Amazing Spider-Man) is in contention for a supporting role. Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Pat Crowley are producing. The film is set for June 12, 2015.
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