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'Jurassic World' Invites You Back to the Park With Eight New Blu-ray Featurettes Jurassic World doesn’t arrive on DVD and Blu-ray for another couple of months, but the film is back on IMAX screens this weekend, in case you’re eager to revisit this summer’s biggest blockbuster. And if the re-release isn’t enough for you, Universal has revealed eight behind the scenes featurettes from the upcoming Blu-ray. Continue reading…

Jurassic World's Bryce Dallas Howard to join Matthew McConaughey in Gold It's time for Bryce Dallas Howard to head back into the jungle, only this time, instead of dinosaurs, she'll be after gold. The JURASSIC WORLD actress has joined the cast of Stephen Gaghan's (SYRIANA, TRAFFIC) upcoming mining drama, GOLD. Bryce Dallas Howard will be playing Kay, the longtime girlfriend of Matthew McConaughey's character, whose capacity and... Read More...

'Jurassic World' in 90 Seconds With LEGOs Is Pretty Hilarious Not only is this LEGO recreation of Jurassic World very well-made, but it’s awesomely funny, and, well pretty spot-on. It’s kind of amazing that the essential plot points of the film can be boiled down to 90 seconds — even dismissing the humorous angle, this video’s got a point: Jurassic World is not all that complex to begin with. Continue reading…

See 'Jurassic World' in just 90 seconds (with Lego) Want to relive the journey, the scope, the magic of Jurassic World, the third highest-grossing movie of all time? Now you can — in Lego form. Thanks to the efforts of amateur stop-motion and fantasy video-makers Brotherhood Workshop, the entire 124-minute-long film has been cut down to 90...

Jurassic World Scribe Takes on Kong: Skull Island Derek Connolly, the co-screenwriter of Jurassic World, is working on yet another movie centered around massive creatures, as he joins Legendary Pictures and Universal Studios' Kong: Skull Island. According to THR, Connolly has hopped on the project to do some "late minute work" as the film's cast is nailed down before shooting begins this fall in Hawaii.

For the first time since 2011, Marvel Studios doesn't have the highest grossing (domestic) film of the summer as this year, Universal's Jurassic World is top dog with a domestic haul of over $636 million and a monstrous worldwide gross of over $1.58 billion, making it not only the biggest film of the year, but also the third biggest film ever!

Weekend Box Office Wrap-up: August 9, 2015 There was a fantastic bomb at the box office this week, as Marvel’s First Family hit rock bottom with moviegoers. Repeating in first this weekend is Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, which grossed $29.4 million in its second weekend. This haul raises the film’s domestic total to $108.6 million. The latest adventure for the Impossible Mission Force fell only 47 percent from its opening numbers, which is a very strong hold for a tentpole film like this. Things are going even stronger internationally.

Colin Trevorrow Teases Potential Direction Of JURASSIC WORLD Sequel Twenty-two years after the original stormed the summer box office, its sequel, Jurassic World, proved that even after so many years, dinosaurs still rule the Earth. After an eventful summer, the Chris Pratt-starrer has grossed over $1.56 billion worldwide and is currently the third highest grossing film of all-time, which is where it will likely remain when it concludes its run later this year.

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New Jurassic Park movie directed by Colin Trevorrow.
Colin Trevorrow
June 12, 2015