Universal Pictures' "Jurassic World: Dominion" has resumed shooting this week in the U.K. with the studio denying a press report of a production halt due to positive COVID-19 tests among the crew. “Any reports indicating that Jurassic World: Dominion has halted production are categorically untrue,” said a Universal spokesperson. "The production is in its fifth day of […]
Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard featured in Jurassic World ride at Universal
It's the most revealing trailer for 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' to date. Watch out, surfers and children sleeping in beds!
After helming “Jurassic World” — and then sitting out for its sequel, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” — Colin Trevorrow is set to return to direct the third pic in the series, which he is currently co-writing with Emily Carmichael.
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.
Did you watch Jurassic World and think that the chaos could have been avoided with better park design? You're going to get a chance to prove your theory. Elite: Dangerous developer Frontier has taken the wraps off of Jurassic World Evolution, which will have you running your own park on Isla Nublar. Think of it as a very violent Rollercoaster Tycoon -- you'll build attractions, engineer new dinosaurs and try to prevent your creations from chomping on guests.
Jurassic World 2 arrives exactly one year from today, and to celebrate that mark, the film has debuted its new title along with a teaser poster that reveals an ominous (if predictable) tagline.
Bryce Dallas Howard filmed Jurassic World and Pete’s Dragon — two tentpole blockbusters featuring behemoth CGI creatures — in such close proximity the actress admits that there were points where she forgot which set she was on. The 35-year-old mother of two recently appeared in an episode of Netflix’s buzzed-about series Black Mirror and will soon be seen in the December drama Gold opposite Matthew McConaughey. In between she chatted with Yahoo Movies for a Facebook Live (watch above) to promote this week’s home release of Pete’s Dragon, Disney’s live-action update of the 1977 favorite.
We always imagined Isla Nublar being a little more tropical, a little more remote. But there it is, smack dab in Center City Philadelphia… at least for the next few months. Beginning Friday and extending through April, Philly’s Franklin Institute will host the U.S. premiere of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, an immersive experience that aims to transport visitors to the dinosaur-populated island of movie infamy, with less deadly results. Related: All the Easter Eggs, Callbacks and Inside Jokes in ‘Jurassic World’ The installation, which opened to sell-out crowds earlier this year at Australia’s Melbourne Museum, features life-sized animatronic creatures based on species and settings from the Jurassic films.
Speaking to ShortList while doing press for 'Hunt for the Wilderpeople,' actor gave his own guess as to what Grant has been up to since 'Jurassic Park III.' “I think the problem is that no one knows where Alan Grant is anymore,” Neill says.
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.
Breaking yet another record, Star Wars: The Force Awakens scored the top New Year’s Day gross of all time in North America with $34.5 million from 4,134 theaters as it approached the $700 million mark after overtaking both Jurassic World and Titanic, not accounting for inflation.
Every good movie deserves its own meme, and this year, films ranging from Jurassic World to Mad Max: Fury Road got the viral treatment. But even older movies can generate new laughs. Look for appearances from Rocky, Pulp Fiction, Mean Girls, and Clueless as we revisit 2015’s ten funniest movie memes. Confused Travolta (Image credit: Columbia Pictures, Miramax, knowyourmeme.com) A lost-looking John Travolta, clipped from a Pulp Fiction scene, popped up everywhere this fall — including the halls of The Shining’s Overlook Hotel, a classic A-ha video, Return of the Jedi’s ghost line-up, the art of MC Escher, and the haunted Ghostbusters library (above).
To the delight of studios and fans alike, 2015 was the year that audiences decided to go back to the movies. Films like Jurassic World and Star Wars: The Force Awakens became full-blown cinematic events, attracting massive crowds and shattering box-office records. This week, industry analysts confidently declared that domestic box office would surpass $11 billion by the end of the year, an all-time high. While tentpole films made waves, it was also a good year for low-budget cult movies and limited-release Oscar contenders, as well as demographics that have often been underrepresented in Hollywood (like films starring African-American characters and/or female protagonists). Click through for a sampling of 2015’s biggest box-office winners. (Stay tuned for tomorrow for a roundup of the biggest losers.)
No matter how big its special effects or charismatic its actors, it’s hard to make even a half-way decent movie without a good script. And while writers know that a good script requires structure, foreshadowing, character development, and a host of other important elements, the easiest way to impress and delight an audience is by loading a movie up with fun one-liners and quick quips.
Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire in ‘Jurassic World’ (Universal) The next time Bryce Dallas Howard is fleeing from genetically modified dinosaurs, she’ll be sure to bring appropriate footwear. In an interview with Cosmopolitan.com, the Jurassic World star discussed the flak she received for tromping around the jungle in high heels — and promised that her character Claire will wear flats in the 2018 sequel. “When I found out there was going to be a sequel and that I was going to be in it, the way that I found out was that [director Colin Trevorrow] texted me #NoHeels2018,” Howard told the website. “And I was like, ‘Yeah!’
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.
Coming off of the T.Rex sized-success of this summer’s biggest blockbuster, Jurassic World, Bryce Dallas Howard had plenty to sing about. But bursting out in song was verboten on the set of her follow-up movie, the upcoming remake of Disney’s 1977 favorite, Pete’s Dragon. That’ll be surprising for viewers who grew up on the original, a lavish musical that mixes live action and animation. But the new version, directed by David Lowery (Ain’t Them Bodies Saints), is spoken word all the way. “I was all set to sing!” Howard tells Yahoo Movies. ...