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Date: Friday, March 29, 2013 - 17:49 (Eastern) Author:Sandhu
Ed Verreaux, who was the production designer for Jurassic Park 3, is returning for Jurassic Park 4 as the same role. He has worked on other major films such as Looper, X-Men: The Last Stand, and G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra to name a few. Here is his resume: Verreaux's Resume
Date: Sunday, March 24, 2013 - 21:00 (Eastern) Author:Sandhu
Jurassic Park 4 seems to be finally kicking into high gear with the recent announcement of director Colin Trevorrow, various rumours of filming locations and now with two new concept artists in Seth Engstrom and Dean Sherriff. See below to get more details on their work.
Done work on Avatar, John Carter, and World War Z to name a few.
This is our first news on the first official crew members on JP4 since Colin Trevorrow was hired. Both guys have worked on epic blockbuster, CGI heavy movies so they should be able to help deliver Trevorrow's vision to he big screen. There are most likely more crew that we don't know about so stay tuned as more will be coming up soon. Jurassic Park 4 is due out on June 13, 2014.
Date: Monday, March 18, 2013 - 18:41 (Eastern) Author:Tyrannosaur
With less than a month until Jurassic Park re-releases in theaters. We here at Jurassic Park Legacy and our good friends at T-shirts.com want you to go to the midnight in style sporting a brand new Jurassic Park Tee!
All you have to do is share with us what it means to be a Jurassic Park fan on our forums! That's it.
There are some stipulations. You must live in the U.S. That's it! Listed below are the two shirts you may choose from.
Date: Friday, March 15, 2013 - 22:29 (Eastern) Author:_Veritas_
That's right folks! For the first time since The Lost World: Jurassic Park in 1997 Jurassic Park is hitting the fast food market! Seen on the Burger King BK Crown Website is the Jurassic Park logo (the same one that we have been seeing for some number of years now.) No news yet as to what is to be expected, but it can be assumed that it will coincide with the release of Jurassic Park: 3D. Jurassic Park was previously supported/promoted by McDonald's in 1993 during the original release of the film. During the release of The Lost World: JP promotion switched switched hands to Burger King and they had a set of collectors watches that were sold to the public. Stay tuned for more updates!
Colin Trevorrow, who made his feature directorial debut on the no-budget Sundance pic Safety Not Guaranteed, is about to make a Tyrannosaurus rex-sized leap in scale for his next film. He has been set by Universal Pictures to helm Jurassic Park 4, the third sequel to the dinosaur franchise hatched from Michael Crichton’s novel. Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes scribes Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver have written the script. Frank Marshall is producing with Patrick Crowley, and Steven Spielberg is executive producer. It will be shot in 3D and get released June 13, 2014. This is Spielberg’s baby, and he got this giant franchise going by directing the first two films. This is a big piece of business for Universal and Spielberg; their last Jurassic Park picture was released in 2001, directed by Joe Johnston.
Certainly an interesting choice. Let's hope for the best here. (Thanks Strafer!)