'Jurassic Park 4' Arrives in June 2015, Officially Titled 'Jurassic World'
by Ethan Anderton
September 10, 2013
Back at the beginning of the summer, Jurassic Park 4 was delayed because Universal Pictures didn't want to rush into production with a script they didn't think was ready to make a quality sequel with director Colin Trevorrow. Then when the studio hit the licensing expo in June, they brought a banner featuring the release window of 2015. It was assumed that would likely be a summer release, and now Universal has confirmed that with a June 12th, 2015 theatrical release date. In addition, the film has been given the title Jurassic World, which implies that some of the plot details that leaked a couple months ago might be accurate.
Some of the plot details revealed by JoBlo described the film as being set in present day Isla Nublar, where Jurassic Park is now an actual theme park (maybe called Jurassic World?), as originally intended by John Hammond. It garners 10 million visitors per year and is completely safe – until it’s not (you can read more details here). However, another source later said that some of the details in that report were from an older draft of the script, and there had been major revisions since Trevorrow joined the project. Either way, we're cautiously excited to see where Trevorrow and producer Spielberg take the dinosaur franchise. Thoughts?