We all knew Star Wars: Episode IX would be coming out in 2019, but everyone assumed it would be Christmas, following in the steps of the previous two films in the trilogy. Turns out that will not be the case. Oh, and the fifth Indiana Jones movie just got a new date, too. As well as Frozen 2. And the live-action Lion…
Reportedly, Lucasfilm and Episode IX director Colin Trevorrow will meet soon to discuss their options moving forward.
Way back in 2015, Jurassic World was one of the biggest films of the year. And one of the biggest news stories surrounding the film was the fact that the main character, Claire, wore high heels during the majority of it.
Earlier this week, we learned that Jurassic World’s sequel will be directed by J.A. Bayona, who’s The Impossible, The Orphanage, and A Monster Calls, and that it probably won’t be called Jurassic World 2.
When Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow signed on to make Star Wars: Episode IX, it was obvious he couldn’t do two blockbusters sequels. Now, after months of unconfirmed rumors, the director for Jurassic World 2 has officially been announced: J.A. Bayona.
We’re about 17 months away from seeing the eighth episode in the Star Wars saga, but the director of the ninth film is already making our minds go into overdrive. In a new interview, Colin Trevorrow talked about Rey’s parents, Luke, Leia as well as the legacy of his installment.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens was always destined for a huge box office debut. The question has been how much of a huge opening would it have? The answer came this weekend: A staggering $238 million in North America and $517 million globally.
Colin Trevorrow has started work on Star Wars Episode IX. Or, at least he’s started doing something Star Wars related. The Jurassic World director posted the below image on Twitter, which is pretty crazy considering we’re still three months from Episode VII, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and about 20 until Rian…
At the D23 Expo, Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn announced that Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow will direct Star Wars: Episode IX, which is set to be released in 2019.
Jurassic World definitely had a few hints at what a potential sequel could bring. And, now that we know a sequel is in the works for June 2018, the first film’s director Colin Trevorrow (who is co-writing the sequel) offered up some odd, but exciting, teases for the second movie.
With $1.5 billion and counting, the announcement of a sequel to Jurassic World was imminent. And now it’s official. Universal Pictures has selected June 22, 2018 as the U.S release date for a Jurassic World sequel.
Jurassic World is now on track to beat the box office records of both Avengers films, and it has a shot at beating Avatar. This is terrible, awful news for anybody who loves movies. Not because Jurassic World is a horrible movie—it’s actually pretty fun. But because this means a lot more pandering sequels.
Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World has pulled in an astonishing $204.6 million debut in North America, and $511.8 million worldwide.
A fantastic selection of concept art from Colin Trevorrow’s blockbuster, Jurassic World has surfaced on the web. Feast your eyes on some of the fantastic artwork that shows off theIsla Nublar’s popular attraction, and take in the wild beauty that the folks at InGen couldn’t tame.
Jurassic World, out tomorrow, is getting praise for its awesome dinosaur action. But it’s also getting a lot of criticism for its characters, especially the way it handles Bryce Dallas Howard. We talked to director Colin Trevorrow about how to make a monster movie in the Age of Sharktopus.
Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) was hired to direct Jurassic World without being allowed to see the screenplay first. And when he finally saw the screenplay, he didn’t understand it. He says that he warned Steven Spielberg, “if I direct this screenplay, it’s going to be a bad movie.”
There’s some familiar footage in this featurette promoting Jurassic World’s June 12th release, but it also offers sound bites from Chris Pratt, Steven Spielberg, and Colin Trevorrow, who says his goal is to “make adults feel like they’re kids again.” Kids chased by genetically-modified dinosaur hybrids, specifically.
Instead of doing another big franchise film after Jurassic World, Colin Trevorrow's next project, Intelligent Life, will bring him back to his Safety Not Guaranteed roots. Fingers crossed that this film will continue to put him on a upward trajectory.