Movies It’s A JURASSIC WORLD On June 12, 2015 written by Justin Bolger September 10, 2013 Variety reports that Universal Pictures has given a release date for the fourth installment in the JURASSIC PARK franchise and announced a title change as well. JURASSIC WORLD, directed by Colin Trevorrow (SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED) will be released on June 12, 2015. Little to nothing is known of the plot, though it’s hard not to believe that the title change is a Giganotosaurus-sized clue to the nature of the story so far. Only time will tell. The monster that is the summer movie season of 2015 continues to grow. Hold on to your butts… It’s A JURASSIC WORLD On June 12, 2015 was last modified: February 21st, 2016 by Justin Bolger Related 3 comments 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest Justin Bolger previous post ANT-MAN Unintimidated By World’s Finest next post Happy 20th Anniversary To THE X-FILES You may also like Steven Soderbergh reimagines 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY January 14, 2015 Meredith Anne Bull & Elijah Kelley Talk... January 22, 2015 First Poster For ROBOCOP Encourages You To... September 12, 2013 Quarter Quell Tributes Stand Tall In New... July 16, 2013 Open Forum: Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials September 18, 2015 Warner Bros. Unleashes Godzilla Upon the World December 10, 2013 Movie Review: JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT January 18, 2014 JURASSIC WORLD: Meet Indominus Rex January 29, 2015 TURBO KID Is Coming To Save The... January 30, 2015 Open Forum: THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY –... November 19, 2015 Naes A “gritty” PG-13 Robocop reboot, Terminator 5, Pirates 5, and Jurassic Park 4! All the fanboys who complain about lack of originality who are drooling over these: You are part of the problem. stock I never complain about a lack of originality, Naes. I expect a lack of originality. Live long enough and you’ll see a movie called Lost in Space, (that sucks) The Beverly Hillbillies, (that sucks) Bewitched, (that sucks) Star Wars I-III that, of course, really suck, and on, and on, and on. But I still want my Gunsmoke movie. Point is, originality only lasts a little while in life. After that, you’ve seen it all anyway. stock Yeah, but who wants a Jurassic Park 4?