By Will Ashton
Before the rug was quickly pulled from its feet, Jurassic Park 4 was planning on being made and released by June 13, 2014, under the helm of director Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) and producers Steven Spielberg and Frank Marshall. Now it appears that the project is coming back together, only now it is tentatively setting itself up for a 2015 release.
While the real story as to why the project was originally pulled remains a mystery (some rumors claim that Spielberg was unhappy with the script, but it could simply have to do with the quick release date) the project was, nevertheless, put on hold. But, ComingSoon has spotted a Jurassic Park banner at Licensing Expo 2013 in Las Vegas today that features the logo for the series with 2015 written below it. Additionally, a Licensing Expo book also noted that the film will be shot in 3-D.
Trevorrow has also recently been posting tweets throughout the last week stating that he is back in the Jurassic Park office at work on the sequel and promised more news coming soon earlier this month. So, it looks as though things are getting back into shape for the sequel.
The last we heard, the screenplay was being worked by Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes).