Standing in the way of fake scientific progress, Universal has delayed the release of their long-developing fourth Jurassic Park film. The studio in January arbitrarily set a June 13, 2014 release date for the film but only two months later secured a director in Safety Not Guaranteed's Colin Trevorrow. He and his team evidently feel they need more than a year to render the flocks of resurrected Wayne Knights to be included in the film, so now the sequel is being pushed to a yet-undetermined date.
With June 13 now wide open, Sony has responded by moving the Channing Tatum-Jonah Hill comedy 21 Jump Street 2 a week to that date. So don't worry, one way or another, you can celebrate the weekend with a large, seemingly-primeval creature placed out of his time.
The fact that 21 Jump Street made $200 million, and also prematurely had a follow-up script in development before it even hit theaters, may have lightly suggested that Sony would make a sequel. But the studio cleared any remaining doubts yesterday, confirming they are indeed do... / Continue →
Universal Pictures has made official their long-held plans to test man's power of creation by stretching the Jurassic Park franchise into a fourth feature film. The studio says the new film will be shot in 3D and ready for release June 13, 2014. Steven Spielberg, director of th... / Continue →
Following yesterday's decision to take their Stretch Armstrong property in a new, Taylor Lautner-less direction, Hasbro today announced they're also taking their long-in-development Candy Land adaptation down a new multi-colored path--one that in the past has lead to woeful des... / Continue →