The much-delayed fourth instalment in the staggeringly successful Jurassic Park series finally has a title and a release date: Jurassic World will hit cinemas on June 2015, studio Universal has revealed.
Colin Trevorrow’s film slips into a spot recently vacated by the next Pirates of the Caribbean film, which is being delayed while writers wrestle with the screenplay. Trevorrow has joined Rise of the Planet of the Apes’ Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver to work on the Jurassic World script.
The new title tallies with rumours that the fourth instalment would see John Hammond’s dream of a fully functional Jurassic Park finally reaching fruition, with tens of thousands of visitors arriving each year on the island of Isla Nublar. Trevorrow, however, recently shot down suggestions that the film would feature tame dinosaurs performing for humans.
Source: The Guardian