Though we all worried when the fourth Jurassic Park film struck a delay and Universal announced it wouldn’t be making its planned 2014 release, everyone began to breath a little easier when abanner announced a 2015 date. Now we know when exactly – June 12, 2015, in the US at least – and what it will actually be called. Welcome, then, to Jurassic World.
Of course, what that title exactly means is anyone’s guess right now – at least outside of the core filmmaking group of director Colin Trevorrow, co-writer Derek Connolly, producer Frank Marshall and Jurassic Park warden/executive producer Steven Spielberg – but it definitely points to a wider scope this time around.
Trevorrow and Connolly have been working on the script, which has seen work from Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes’ Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, but needed more time to develop it before shooting could begin. There’s no exact date for that yet, but everyone involved is working full tilt now, especially as they have to have this behemoth ready for 2015 in 3D... Start your guesses now as to exactly what Jurassic World entails!