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FILM DETAILS
Jurassic World


Release
12 June 2015
Certificate TBC
Cast
Omar Sy, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jake Johnson , Nick Robinson, Ty Simpkins, BD Wong, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D'Onofrio, Chris Pratt
Director(s)
Colin Trevorrow
Screenwriter(s)

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OUT 12 JUNE 2015

Jurassic World

Genres Action, Scifi

Film synopsis Another walk in the dino-infested Park, but plot details are still sketchy at this stage. However, it’s rumoured that the military will feature heavily this time around.

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JURASSIC WORLD NEWS
Colin Trevorrow Debuts New Jurassic World Poster Just in time for Comic-Con...
Go Behind The Scenes Of Jurassic World Two new videos give us a glimpse of what's in store
Colin Trevorrow Unveils New Jurassic World Dinosaur With a little shadow play, that is...
First Look At Chris Pratt In Jurassic World Dinosaurs just off camera
Michael Giacchino Will Score Jurassic World Star Trek/Pixar veteran is off to play with dinosaurs
First Images From Jurassic World Bryce Dallas Howard is ready for her close-up
Exclusive: Jurassic World Sequels Planned Plus Colin Trevorrow on Omar Sy
Judy Greer Will Visit Jurassic World Alongside Katie McGrath and Lauren Lapkus
Omar Sy Heads To Jurassic World From X-Men to post-extinct threats
Colin Trevorrow Talks Jurassic World 'Jurassic Park movies don’t fit into a specific genre...'
Vincent D'Onofrio Is Jurassic World's Villain Irrfan Khan also signs on for dino danger
Jeff Goldblum Talks Independence Day Sequel But says no one has contacted him for Jurassic World. Boo!
Colin Trevorrow Reveals When Jurassic World Is Set And don't call it a reboot...
Chris Pratt In Talks To Visit Jurassic World Update: Ron Howard reports he's on board!
Josh Brolin Circling Jurassic World The dinos may have a new victim
Nick Robinson To Visit Jurassic World Kings Of Summer actor in talks for new dino film
Ty Simpkins Headed To Jurassic World Getting set to dodge dinos
Bryce Dallas Howard Ready To Visit Jurassic World She's in talks to star
Jurassic Park Concept Pitch Stalks Online Come fly (and die) with dinos
Jurassic World Roars In For 2015 Jurassic Park IV gets a title and release date
Colin Trevorrow Talks Jurassic Park IV 'We definitely want to honour what came before us....'
Jurassic Park 4 On Hold It won't meet the 2014 release date
First Jurassic Park 4 Location Pic Dinosaurs not guaranteed
Jurassic Park 4 Artwork Surfaces Online Human-dinosaur hybrids, anyone?
Spielberg Spills On Indy IV And More Fresh word on the future
Orlando Nabs Lead In Ridley's Epic Ridley Scott plans epic to rival Gladiator
Jurassic Park Four Unearthed No extinction in sight for dino franchise

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Jurassic Bark!!
Let's hope this is better than 3 which was pretty poor, loved part 1, 2 was OK. Hope to see the dinos fighting each other rather than just retread old ground.  More

Posted by Gameboy1978 at 12:26, 01 June 2010 | Report This Post

make it more like the first one please
the first film was outstanding, the second entertaining and the thrird less than average. is there more from the story of jarrassic park that can be made into an amazing film, i dont think so. i think they should leave it alone now. but saying that, i will be watching it if it does get made. only spielberg can make it what it need to be  More

Posted by space_hero at 17:37, 16 May 2010 | Report This Post

please can someone tell mr.spielberg that he should re-watch all of the jurassic parks, even 3, and spot the flaws, no matter how many or little, depending on the film, and write them down, then burn the piece of paper. he should start over really, not entirely, but with totally new characters and mere references in the back-stories of the main characters' cousins to the original get-up.the first film was and always will be perfect. the second film, as flawed as it was, had some amazing moments, More

Posted by murta1993 at 14:47, 13 April 2010 | Report This Post

MORE DINOS?
BEEN THERE DONE THAT. I DONT SEE HOW THEY CAN MAKE THIS MOVIE FRESH. LARGE DINOS ARE SO 20TH CENTURY  More

Posted by sweetback at 18:36, 28 August 2009 | Report This Post

Jurassic Park 4
It good to hear Jurassic Park 4 and I hope it will be best film than all 3. I also hope spielberg will directing it and probably all dinosaurs will be terminated at the end of film and last ever Jurassic Park film.  More

Posted by MANOFTHEWORLD at 01:17, 01 March 2008 | Report This Post

i wud kuv it if this film gets made because i luved the first 2, 3 was ok  More

Posted by OPtimusPrIMEruLES at 02:48, 01 January 2008 | Report This Post

RE: RE:
The first Jurassic is an outstanding effort, the second a good blockbuster (see Empire's review it's perfect) whilst the third is pretty meh......Still I don't dislike the idea of a fourth even if it is totally bonkers.  More

Posted by Daniel Kelly at 17:17, 27 July 2007 | Report This Post

RE: RE:
Jurassic Park 2 was an exciting and action packed sequel and worth doing but three was really kinda boring. It's best left alone now  More

Posted by Fluke Skywalker at 11:03, 27 July 2007 | Report This Post

RE: Jurassic Park IV
wud like to see for the 4th movie is it being located back on the island of the first film with some characters from the first film like Dr. Alan Grant,  Dr. Ellie Sattler, Dr. Ian Malcolm, John Hammond, Alexis "Lex" Murphy.  More

Posted by morris118 at 23:06, 25 July 2007 | Report This Post

RE: jurassic park 4
I like the notion of the disease spreading to humans through the dinosaurs, but not as it links to bird flu, but simply as it brings it back to the first. Humans tried to play God, bringing back an extinct species, only to have the dinos wipe out our civilization. I would quite like to see a fourth. I agree the first was amazing and would have been even better as a one off, but the sequels are fun, had good set-pieces, and were less about human morals and more about massive liza More

Posted by Recoil at 18:57, 18 July 2007 | Report This Post

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