After many rumors of the fourth sequel being delayed, the Jurassic Park series has finally confirmed the addition of a new big name star to its roster!
Bryce Dallas Howard has snagged the highly coveted spot in the new Jurassic World flick and will be doing the tango with some newly underwater dinosaurs.
Can you say, EPIC?!
The new film will supposedly return to the Isle Nublar where director Colin Trevorrow will introduce some new dinosaurs into the mix!
Colin, don't you know that returning to the Isle could result in death?
Haven't you seen the last three Jurassic movies?!
But nonetheless, we’re excited to see how the red-headed beauty will fare against the cold-blooded reptiles!
[Image via WENN.]
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If we've learned one thing from the amazing Sharknado, it's that when talking about it you can't really say a whole lot. You have to abide by its tagline, which is an eloquent, "Enough Said!" LOLz!
That's why when we hear from Tara Reid that SyFy's Sharknado 2 might have dinosaurs, we can't really express in a lot of words what that would mean to us. In short: everything. It would mean everything to us!
Are you ready to see what Tara said specifically??
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Long ago, when dinosaurs ruled the earth, they probably never expected one day they'd be drawn onto a notorious R&B star's stomach.
But alas, that is exactly what Chris Brown has inked onto himself - a roaring T-Rex skeleton!
Check out Breezy's fresh tat!
Ouch! That must have hurt, sitting through all that detailing!
Looks like Chris has an appreciation for pain though! He's running out of room on his body to put these tattoos!
Do YOU dig Chris Brown's new pre-historic design?
[Image via Instagram.]
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Twelve years after the underwhelming third installment sent Jurassic Park to franchise purgatory, Universal is finally taking the first steps to move ahead with the next sequel!
The production company stiffened the movie boner in our dino-underoos today by announcing the director of Jurassic Park IV:
It's Colin Trevorrow!
OK, don't everyone rush off to IMDB at once!
Colin helmed Safety Not Guaranteed with Aubrey Plaza and it was one of 2012's BEST quirky rom-coms featuring a time-traveling boat!
While the up-and-coming filmmaker's resume isn't as big as, say, JP4 executive producer Steven Spielberg's dong, we're totes confident this project can be
Tags: aubrey plaza, colin trevorrow, dinosaurs, film flickers, jurassic park, jurassic park 4, michael crichton, safety not guaranteed, steven spielberg
The first trailer for Jurassic Park 3D has debuted (above) and reminds us that the Tyrannosaurus Rex is STILL the scariest creature that has ever walked the planet.
Oh, and that dinosaur theme parks are and will always be a TERRIBLE idea. Ha!
Prepare to relive the wonder, the suspense and Samuel L. Jackson's cold, dead arm comforting Laura Dern's shoulder amidst a Velociraptor attack.
Sorry for the spoiler, but U have all had 20 years to see this movie. It's not our fault you're behind the times.
Fans will have the opportunity to pay a 3D premium to enjoy one of Steven Spielberg's best blockbuster's in the movie theater again on April 5, 2013.
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It's just family fun day for Heidi Klum!
The proud mama model took her fam along with bodyguard/boyfriend Martin Kristen to the La Brea Tar Pits in El Lay, and the family walked hand in hand in hand!
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DINOSAURS ARE COMING BACK PEOPLE! JURASSIC PARK ALERT!
Either that, or even more giant elephants…
A strawberry-blond (yep, strawberry blond!) woolly mammoth was discovered preserved in ice in Siberia.
Researchers state they found
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