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‘Jurassic World 3’ Adding ‘Jurassic Park’ Trio To Cast
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Jurassic Park

There is some newfound excitement for Jurassic World, especially after the Battle At Big Rock short made its debut last week. With the world now overrun by dinosaurs, it looks like Jurassic World 3 is going to need some big help.

Last night it was announced that Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum, three of the original cast members of the Jurassic Park franchise, will be returning to reprise their respective roles as Dr. Alan Grant, Dr. Ellie Sattler, and Dr. Ian Malcolm. More on the report below.

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‘Jurassic World’ Short Film ‘Battle At Big Rock’ Pits Man Against Dinosaur
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Jurassic World Short Battle At Big Rock

It will still be another year and a half before a new Jurassic World sequel hits theaters, and many are curious to see the state of that world now that dinosaurs are roaming free after they broke out at the end of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. So director Colin Trevorrow and Jurassic World 3 co-writer Emily Carmichael came up with Battle Of Big Rock, a film short that shows how the people have adapted to co-existing with those giant beasts. The short recently aired after a broadcast showing of Jurassic World on FX. But just in case you missed it, Universal Pictures has put it up online for all you (and many other Jurassic Park and Jurassic World fans) to see.

Check out there film short here below.

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Colin Trevorrow Talks ‘Battle At Big Rock’ and How It Ties Into ‘Jurassic World’
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Jurassic World Short Battle At Big Rock

The Jurassic World fanbase was all shook up when Colin Trevorrow announced that he shot a short film that would be tied to the films called Battle at Big Rock and that it would air on FX this week. It came as a huge surprise to many of us, especially since it was a production that virtually went unnoticed. The short takes place a year after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Not that dinosaurs haven’t been running wild in civilized areas before, but now things have definitely changed. And the short will attempt to address how much this world has changed when a family, who are vacationing at Big Rock National Park, confronts these dinosaurs.

Now before Battle at Big Rock makes its debut on FX, Trevorrow has shared a little bit about the upcoming short and how it will tie into the larger Jurassic World universe. Check out what he had to say below.

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‘Jurassic World’ Short ‘Battle At Big Rock’ To Hit FX Later This Week
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Battle At Big Rock

Those who are fans of Jurassic World will be surprised to learn that director Colin Trevorrow has directed a live-action Jurassic World short film called Battle at Big Rock which is set to air on FX on September 15th.

The short will be set in the same world, and will see what things are like now after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. More on the report below.

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Colin Trevorrow To Direct ‘Jurassic World 3’
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Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow

Colin Trevorrow, the man who rebooted Jurassic Park and helped turn Jurassic World into a box office smash, will be returning to direct Jurassic World 3, which will be the final installment of the trilogy. He’ll take the torch from J.A. Bayona, who is behind the lens for the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Trevorrow will also write the script with Pacific Rim Uprising scribe Emily Carmichael. More on the story below.

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‘Jurassic World 2’ Said To Be “More Suspenseful and Scary”
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Chris Pratt in Jurassic World

Sequels always up the ante in terms of story and visuals. So after the success of Jurassic World, it is safe to say that will happen tenfold in the sequel. While the rumor that the production budget for Jurassic World 2 ballooned up to $260 million was nothing more than hearsay, the film is expected to begin filming early next year. Although Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow won’t be there for the sequel, he will still be very much involved in guiding The Orphanage and The Impossible filmmaker J.A. Bayona as he takes his place directing the fifth installment of Universal’s Jurassic franchise. Now, Jurassic World writer Derek Connolly is dropping a few hints about what to expect in the sequel. Check out the story below.

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‘Jurassic World 2’ Could Have A $260 Million Production Budget According To Director
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Jurassic World Movie Review

Last week, A Monster Calls director J.A. Bayona confirmed that Jurassic World will become a trilogy and that Colin Trevorrow would still be very much a part of the creative process despite his obligations to other projects. Now, as far as sequels go, the film is going to get bigger. That’s not at all surprising. The first Jurassic World cost up to $150 million, and that’s not accounting for the marketing costs. Remember all those shameless production placements thrown into the actual film, like ‚ÄúVerizon Wireless Presents The Indominus Rex” or “Magaritaville?”

While the production budget is expected to go up, a new report says it’s expected to go way up. According to Bayona, the budget for the Jurassic World sequel would be $260 million, which would be a $110 million increase from the previous film. Check out the full story below.

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J.A. Bayona Confirms ‘Jurassic World’ Will Be A Trilogy
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Chris Pratt in Jurassic World

Last year, Colin Trevorrow‘s Jurassic World exceeded everyone’s wildest expectations by grossing $1.67 billion worldwide. As such, Universal Pictures announced that there would be a sequel. But with Trevorrow otherwise preoccupied with The Book Of Henry and Star Wars: Episode IX, the responsibility of directing the next Jurassic World would have to go to J.A. Bayona.

Bayona was named the director of the sequel a few months back, and while at the Toronto International Film Festival recently, the filmmaker confirmed that Jurassic World will be a direct sequel. See below for more on the story and who else will be involved in making the film.

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‘Jurassic World’ Confirmed As A Trilogy
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Chris Pratt in Jurassic World

With Jurassic World being the top grossing movie this year, Universal Pictures announcing that a sequel would follow did not come as a surprise. We know that film star Chris Pratt is already signed on for multiple films, as is Bryce Dallas Howard. However, Colin Trevorrow is unlikely to return considering he is busy directing Book of Henry, and will move on to directing Star Wars: Episode IX right after. But the filmmaker did talk about how the sequel would expand on the idea of weaponizing dinosaurs for military purposes.

While the sequel is continuing to be developed, it seems that we will be getting more than just one Jurassic World sequel, in fact we will be getting a trilogy. More on the story below.

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