In the drop, we'll see Fox's new sci-fi sequence "Terra Nova" strike the small screen which has executive producer Steven Spielberg toying with dinosaurs for the first time while Jurassic Park III. And even as that sequel's director Joe Johnston most newly had thoughts about a second trilogy for the dinosaur permit, the attention seem to have gray away. Enter Spielberg himself who has actually been meeting with author Mark Protosevich (the guy who was working with the director on that dead Oldboy remake with Will Smith) to expand ideas for Jurassic Park 4, a possible franchise reboot. Life establishes in a way.
Though, before anybody gets eager or pissed off about the vision of a comeback to Isla Nublar or any of the further islands with dinosaurs now wandering wild 18 years after the information, Heat Vision says common and Spileberg's legislative body have worried that no one has been brought to mark a script or anything like that. As of now, discussion about the sequel has been "exploratory" and not anything more. Of course, if Universal was leaving to discover achievement in another franchise (they haven't had much success with anything lately) going back to their dinosaurs DNA for some box office cash. And you can bet we'd see the Dilophosaurus spitting at our faces in 3D this occasion around as well.
Sincerely, if Spielberg is concerned, and confidently directing, add up me in. But my biggest worry is that we no longer have extraordinary effects and mortal wizard Stan Winston around to bring those primitive beasts to life. Jurassic Park is amongst my Top 20 Favorite Films of All-Time, and the sequels are uninspiring at best. But if a story admirable of Michael Crichton (who has sadly also passed) can be split, and Spielberg is eager to dig up his dinosaurs, then you can bet I'll be in line for a receipt.