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Jurassic Park IV Finds Writers Preserved In Amber!

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Ha! Now THAT would be a fitting hiring decision…

Dinosaurs Guys, we know you've been salivating from your vast, scaly jaws for some Jurassic Park IV deets, and we are SO glad we can throw some tasty human morsels your way!

Universal is FINALLY hatching the project from its very hard-shelled eggy exterior, and has hired Rise of the Planet of The Apes writers Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver to pen the franchise installment.

AND the man who likes to play God Steven Spielberg will NOT be directing, but he will sit pretty in his Executive Producer tower while some mystery director tackles the daunting beast.

No word as to whether Jeff Goldblum will return… 'Cause honestly, that's really all we care about!!

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4 comments to “Jurassic Park IV Finds Writers Preserved In Amber!”

  1. 90210 says – reply to this


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    They should re-release all of those movies on Blu-Ray or something because besides it's fans, the demographic they are aiming were not even born nor a fetus when these movies came out.



  2. 2

    Are you stupid or something? What a stupid opening to an article.



  3. 3

    Ugh, forget Jeff Goldblum. SAM NEILL!!! ♥

  4. Amin says – reply to this


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    Of course, I am excited about this news, as I am a huge fan of the 'Jurassic Park' franchise. But in all honesty, I'm more of a fan of Spielberg's masterful directing accompanied by John Williams' legendary score composing. Without them putting in the efforts they did for the first JP (and even the second to an extent), it just won't be as great as one would hope for, IMHO.