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‘Jurassic Park 4’ Will Stomp Into Theaters In Summer 2014 (In 3D, Of Course)

'Jurassic Park 4' Will Stomp Into Theaters In Summer 2014 (In 3D, Of Course)

Sometimes you get what you wish for. Last summer, producer Frank Marshall said he was hoping the forever-developing “Jurassic Park 4” would hit theaters in 2014, and how just about six months later, it looks like that’s exactly what’s going to happen.

Universal Pictures has gone ahead and staked out June 14, 2014 for “Jurassic Park 4,” which will be coming at your eyeballs in 3D. Steven Spielberg is on board to produce, and even though his “Robopocalypse” was delayed so he could work on the story, there’s no indication that he’ll direct. In fact, for a movie due in theaters in 18 months, there’s no director or stars announced, but we’re sure that will all be coming along very quickly. It certainly seems to have been brewing under the radar, and we’d wager the script by recently hired writers Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (who were behind “Rise of the Planet of the Apes“) was the one that got everyone all excited and got the flip switched.

So tell us, who do you want to see take on this fourth installment? Let us know in the comments section, and if you need velociraptors in your life even sooner, the converted “Jurassic Park 3D” hits theaters on April 5th. [Deadline]

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Alex p

I can't imagine anyone in their right mind looking forward to these films.

T.A. This is what we need more! But basically, I still think 1993 original looks better than most of the CGI infused bullshit coming out nowdays. Atleast it was honest.




Jeff Goldblum! And Emmy Rossum, ha ha.


i am japanese and no one still care.

Uwe Boll

Even I don't want to direct.


I hope Denzel and his bros from the LAX team don't beat my friends and I up and steal our pocket protectors when we go see JPIV.

Octavia Spencer

Denzel Washington

LOL at that image. I can't imagine anyone but nerds give a flying fuck about this.


Lars von Trier. Starring Udo Kier.

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