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.
Chris Pratt nuzzles a tiny dino in the first footage released from the "Jurassic World" sequel.
J.J. Abrams, who previously directed 'The Force Awakens,' will also co-write the film with Chris Terrio, according to a press release on StarWars.com
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Lucasfilm and director mutually agreed to part ways because "our visions for the project differ," according to statement.
Jack Thorne brought on to do a polish on the latest draft of “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which has Colin Trevorrow on board to direct, sources tell Variety
'Star Wars Episode IX' director Colin Trevorrow talks to Cinemablend briefly about making final film in current trilogy without Carrie Fisher as Leia
Colin Trevorrow prefers to watch period pictures that are shot on film instead of on a digital camera, the director behind Jurassic World said during a press conference at the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday. A belief that digital cameras are anachronistic will impact his choices on his next project. When Trevorrow slides behind the camera on Star Wars: Episode IX, he plans to use film stock.
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.
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.