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Jurassic Park IV coming June 2014


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After years of rumors, the fourth installment of Jurassic Park has been officially announced to hit theaters June 13, 2014. No details on a director or on the plot. Steven Spielberg will direct the film that is believed to be in the writing process under Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver. Jaffa and Silver are best know for penning Rise of the Planet of the Apes. This should cautiously excite fans and give them something to look forward to after the 3D release of the original 1993 film due out April 5th of this year.

Source: http://www.comingsoon.net/news/movienews.php?id=98802

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Yeah. The spinosaurus thing was meh to me as well. The whole scene killing T-Rex just seemed forced trying to portray it as superior, but it wasn't anywhere near as epic... it just looked like a stupid deformed crocodile. They also tried way to hard with the "smart raptors". The action was cool, but that was about it.

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This reminds me of an old article I heard over 5 years ago:

 

http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4647581

 

MASTERS: Working with a paleontologist, the studio has arranged to have news about real-life dinosaur discoveries coincide with the release of each "Jurassic Park" film. Jack Horner is curator of paleontology at the Museum of the Rockies. He was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship for his work in 1986 and he's been a consultant on all three "Jurassic Park" movies. Just before the third movie was released, Horner announced the discovery of what might have been the biggest Tyrannosaurus rex ever found, maybe bigger than Sue, the current record-holder. You can see Horner talking about this discovery on the DVD for "Jurassic Park III."

 

It makes me wonder what new dinosaur discovery will be announced for Jurassic Park IV.

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