As Isla Nublar faces an exploding volcano, it's up to Owen, Claire, and their team to save the dinosaurs (so many dinosaurs!), and avoid being eaten by them.
J.A. Bayona, the Spanish filmmaker who broke through with his gripping tsunami drama The Impossible, has signed on to direct the sequel to Jurassic World, Universal’s $1.6 billion-grossing juggernaut that relaunched the rampaging dinosaur franchise. Colin Trevorrow directed the movie but won’t return to the director’s chair, as he is now working on Star Wars: Episode IX.
One reason Jurassic World topped $1 billion at the box office was its use of cutting-edge technology to make dinosaurs come alive. Filled with immersive visual effects from Industrial Light and Magic, filmmakers were tasked with pushing the envelope while ensuring everything looked impeccable. Modelers did the necessary geometry to construct the dinos, painters added detailed color and texture to the creatures, and riggers used muscle simulations to make them move. Another tool filmmakers used — as seen in this exclusive clip from the forthcoming Blu-ray and DVD — was an app specially created for the movie.
In this latest teaser for the upcoming Lego Dimensions — a toy-based video game intertwining many of the brick purveyor’s key movie and TV licenses — Alison Brie meets-cute with her adorable, though anger-prone, Lego Movie alter ego. The setup: Brie receives a mysterious package containing unassembled pieces. She puts the set together revealing Cloud Cuckoo Land’s reigning princess, Unikitty, (“How cute!” gushes Brie.
Thanks to films like 'Jurassic World', 'Avengers,' and 'American Sniper,' U.S. box-office revenue has hit an all time year-to-date record.
From the feeding frenzy of 'Jurassic World' to pretty much everything Tom Cruise does in 'Rogue Nation,' all of these stunts are stupendous.
There is all kinds of intense dino action in the record-stomping new blockbuster Jurassic World, but there’s one sequence that has moviegoers hitting the proverbial deck.
As current torchbearer of vestwear in Hollywood, we asked the always-game Chris Pratt, 35, to rate his fashion forefathers like Marty McFly, Han Solo, Uncle Jesse from Full House and more.
Like the 1993 blockbuster Jurassic Park that it evolved from, the new reboot Jurassic World has a gaggle of good dinosaur kills. In fact, it has a higher casualty toll than all of the other Jurassic movies combined.
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow tweeted the first of three new posters debuting, along with an announcement that a new trailer for the highly anticipated dino-sequel will drop on Monday. The first poster features park operations manager Claire Dearing (played by Bryce Dallas Howard) staring down a gargantuan, toothy mega-beast — most likely her lab’s genetically-modified hybrid dino.
Now behold the latest Jurassic World clip… in its goofy Lego glory. By the time the movie is out on June 12, Lego will have unleashed a half-dozen Jurassic World toy sets along with the video game teased above. Lego Jurassic World encompasses all four Jurassic Park movies and will be available on most major platforms.