STEVEN SPIELBERG Planning A JURASSIC PARK Reboot?

By on 16 June, 2011


 

Steven Spielberg has reportedly been meeting with scribe Mark Protosevich to consider ideas for a fourth ‘Jurassic Park‘ movie, and they’re even looking into ways to reboot the franchise – according to The Hollywood Reporter!

 

The helmer has been meeting with Protosevich to “kick around” some thoughts about ways they could create a fourth movie, but Universal is keen to stress the project has not been given the official go-ahead, neither has anyone been approached to write a script or star.
 

The current / original franchise, about the rebirth of dinosaurs in the modern world, made close to $2 billion (£1.6 billion approx) – with the first movie ‘Jurassic Park‘ grossing

The franchise – about the rebirth of ancient dinosaurs in the modern world – made close to $2 billion at the box office, with the first movie ‘Jurassic Park’ grossing $915 million (£568 million) at the box office alone! However the fascination appeared to dwindle, with ‘Jurassic Park 3‘ taking $369 million (£229 million) on its release in 2001.

 

This could have been down to Spielberg only directing the first two movies and serving as exec producer on the third project, or due to the poor storyline(?).

 


 


 

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