The rumors are true: The studio has put Jurassic 4 on hold, meaning we will definitely not be seeing it in early-to-mid 2014. So why the delay?
Sorry, Jurassic Park fans. If plans for a new sequel seemed too good to be true, it’s apparently because they were.
With one innocent tweet, Jurassic Park 4’s director has opened the floodgates for the long-delayed sequel to Steven Spielberg’s 1993 blockbuster.
We’ve been hearing that Jurassic Park 4 is coming for about a decade, literally, but now the beleaguered sequel finally has a director.
After years of rumors, hints and speculation, Jurassic Park 4 finally has a release date. So when will it come out and who will direct it?
It's taken more than a decade to get a new Jurassic Park off the ground, but don't think the upcoming sequel is the first time someone has tried. Jurassic Park 4 nearly happened around 2005—and judging by this concept art, it would've looked really weird.
Considering the name recognition associated with Steven Spielberg's dino franchise Jurassic Park, it's surprising it's taken the studio this long to get a fourth installment off the ground. But don't get too excited—a producer on the latest sequel says they haven't even nailed down the plot, yet.
Rumors of a fourth installment in Steven Spielberg's hit dino franchise Jurassic Park have swirled for years, but now it seems the project is finally getting off the ground—and they've hired some reboot maestros to make it happen.