An exposé of Hollywood salaries has unearthed that Chris Pratt got paid a whole $2 million more than his co-star Bryce Dallas Howard for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
A film like Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom needs to be seen on the big screen, as this new trailer aptly demonstrates.
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J.A Bayona's Jurassic World 2 – better known as Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – might not be out yet, but its sequel has just snagged itself a release date.
‘Jurassic Park’ fans waited fourteen years for a fourth film in the classic series, and when it finally arrived it made a huge impact – becoming the fourth highest-grossing film of all time. More specifically, young people love them, and for younger generations ‘Jurassic World’ would have been a first taste of the series. Acting as a sequel and soft reboot, ‘Jurassic World’ continued the story by realising original park-owner John Hammond’s vision and showing us a dinosaur theme park that had been up and running without incident for six or seven years.
Many movies just didn’t seem interesting, even though a few – “Avengers: Age of Ultron” and “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” – were much anticipated. As before, we based our choices on the movies released in Singapore this year (in case you’re wondering why some US releases in late 2014 were included). Movies that didn’t make it to the list but deserve an honourable mention are: “Cinderella”, “The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” and “Straight Outta Compton”.
It’s more or less assured that ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ will become the biggest movie of all time at the worldwide box office. The predictions coincide with another bold move by Disney, who bought Lucasfilm for what now seems like a bargain price of $4 billion in 2012. It’s safe to say that with its pedigree and past performances at the box office on six previous occasions, coupled with recent patterns of spending by moviegoers that surpassing this already staggering achievement is more than likely. The likely performance of the movie, directed by J.J. Abrams and starring Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, John Boyega and Oscar Isaac, alongside original stars Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher, will raise the bar for James Cameron’s long-in-gestation 'Avatar’ sequels.
‘Star Wars 7’ may not have hit cinemas just yet, but we already know who will helm the final film in the sequel trilogy… and it’s none other than Colin Trevorrow. The 38-year-old filmmaker was previously tipped to direct one of the upcoming ‘Star Wars’ sequels… but after an official announcement at Disney’s D23 Expo, it looks as though Colin Trevorrow will be heading up ‘Star Wars 9’ “Today at D23, Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn announced that writer-director Colin Trevorrow will direct Star Wars: Episode IX, which is set for release in 2019.” - Han Solo Gets A Star Wars Spin-Off - 7 Actors Who Hated Being In Star Wars - San Diego Comic Con Bans Selfie Sticks Of course, he recently brought ‘Jurassic World’ to the big screen, and it was no small triumph.
After the huge success of ‘Jurassic World’, it looks as though a sequel is officially on the cards… and will see the return of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Officially announced by Universal Pictures, it looks as though the inevitable ‘Jurassic World’ sequel is definitely going ahead. And who can blame them – with ‘Jurassic World’ reaching a staggering $1.52 billion at the box office, it’s proved that there’s still plenty of life in the prehistoric film franchise. - Working Tron Lightcycle Goes To Auction - 10 Hunger Games In-Jokes To Blow Your Mind - Mel Gibson At Mad Max: Fury Road Premiere Starring Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, ‘Jurassic World’ stunned cinemagoers with the next instalment of the ‘Jurassic Park’ saga – heading back to the original island to find out exactly what happened to all of those impressive creations. And the story isn’t going to end there.
Since the first Jurassic Park film in 1993, the mega-franchise has introduced legions of nerdy little girls to the wonders of paleontology, starring female dinosaurs and female paleontologists.
Now behold the latest Jurassic World clip… in its goofy Lego glory. By the time the movie is out on June 12, Lego will have unleashed a half-dozen Jurassic World toy sets along with the video game teased above. Lego Jurassic World encompasses all four Jurassic Park movies and will be available on most major platforms.
As reported, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady makes an appropriately raunchy cameo in the new TV spot for the comedy sequel. When Ted and Tami-Lynn decide they want a baby, they need to find a superstar sperm donor. On the plus side, Ted gets to experience one of Brady’s perfect spirals first-hand.
The trailer for the Colin Trevorrow-directed film which dropped last week revealed that beleaguered corporation InGen has managed to create a deluxe theme park on Isla Nubar, employing both Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt. The Disney World-like complex comes complete with hotels, restaurants, golf courses and more, for over 20,000 visitors a year, and the Jurassic World website functions like an interactive advertisement for that pricey vacation destination. It’s unclear how many Hilton Rewards Points it would require to book a free night at the Isla Nublar Resort, but the fact that we just wrote this sentence means that Hilton is already getting what it paid for.
Jurassic World, aka Jurassic Park 4, is currently shooting in Hawaii, and confirmed details are hard to find; director Colin Trevorrow remains staunchly tight-lipped, refusing to confirm or denyrumors that this installment centers on a new theme park full of dinosaurs where things get predictably chaotic. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer, Vincent D’Onofrio and Jake Johnson star in the film, which has been shooting in Hawaii, and recently, a visitor snapped and sent us this picture of a giant ferry docked in Honolulu Harbor with a very familiar dinosaur insignia. And on the other side (not seen) are written the words “Isla Nublar,” the name of the island from the first movie.