JURASSIC WORLD 2015 JURASSIC PARK 4
Jurassic world is an upcoming Hollywood 3D science fiction adventure movie. This movie is the 4th installment in the Jurassic Park movie series. Colin Trevorrow is going to be directing this movie and the producers will be Frank Marshall and Partick Crowley. The movies screenplay was co-written by Rick Jaffa, Amanda Silver, Derek Connolly and Trevorrow. The production of this movie was initially intended to start in 2004 for a summer 2005 release, however endured over a decade of “Development Hell” as scheduled release dates were postponed several times while the script went through revisions.
Steven Spielberg, director of the original movie Jurassic park and its sequel The Lost World, act as executive producer as he did for the 3rd movie. Thomas Tull as well acts an executive producer, his production company Legendary Picture, funded almost 20% of the movies budget. This film is planned to be released on 12th of June 2015 in North America. This is the 2nd time to happen on Isla Nubla, as the past two movies took place on Isla Sorna (Site B). 22 years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar, an island located off Central America’s Pacific Coast, near Costa Rica, currently features a fully functioning dinosaur theme park, Jurassic World, as originally envisioned by John Harmmond and protected by a state of the art security system and a crack team of millatry trained specialists.
This park is owned by the Masrani Global Corporation; however attendance has been decreasing because of the lack of new attractions. A member of the park’s on site staff Owen Grady (Chris Prat) conducts behavioral research on a group of Velociraptors, known as Blue, Charlie, Delta and Echo. At the corporation’s requests, the park’s geneticists create a genetically modified hybrid mutant dinosaur, known as Indominus Rex, to boost visitor attendance (despite the creature having cannibalized its own sibling), however it breaks loose and goes on a rampage inside the park, killing or injuring dinosaurs and park visitors alike and forcing the staff to consider extreme measures to stop it.