Well, the Jurassic World casting call has been and gone and hundreds of people turned up for the event, some of them were in military uniforms.
Director Colin Trevorrow commented on the story over on KDramaStars:
“It’s no surprise that casting directors are looking for families as extras. It’s important to make a movie for the fans but ... [Read More]
There’s a new interview with Jurassic World production designer Rick Carter over on Nerdist.com. He worked Jurassic Park, The Lost World and Avatar as well as many other movies. He doesn’t give much away about the movie, however. Here’s the main bit:
According to Carter, he won’t be art directing Jurassic World but was involved on the first two and ... [Read More]
There’s a new interview with dinosaur supervisor Phil Tippett over on JurassicWorld.org. Tippett was originally brought onto Jurassic Park to create the dinosaur effects using go motion but when Spielberg decided to use CG, his role became the dinosaur supervisor. He was hired again for Jurassic World but he doesn’t say much about the upcoming movie. Here’s ... [Read More]
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has just tweeted a brand new picture of Phil Tippett with a maquette of the Tyrannosaurus. Phil Tippett worked on the original Jurassic Park after Steven Spielberg opted to use ILM for the visual effects instead of stop motion.
Welcome back, Phil. pic.twitter.com/pnGcKAlfN5
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) December 18, 2013[Read More]
Director of Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow, just tweeted something interesting. He replied to a fan question asking whether or not Jurassic World is a reboot or not. Trevorrow said Jurassic World will take place 22 years after the original Jurassic Park and he calls it a “sci-fi terror adventure”.
@pfcbains916 Reboot is a strong word. This is a new sci-fi ... [Read More]