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Jurassic Park IV Could've Looked Something Like This Mess

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Holy guacamole!!!

The following could've been a major plot point for the upcoming Jurassic Park IV:

"A secret genetics lab get involved with cross-breeding humans with dinosaurs, giving them problem-solving intelligence and the ability to fire weapons and fight crime, but controlled by human authorities."

Yeah, um, huh?

The movie that will be released sometime in the future will thankfully be nothing along those lines, but the artwork made in anticipation for that film has been kept intact.

Which is whatever for the artists, but amazing for us!!!

Ch-ch-check out more amazing(?) pictures of the Jurassic IV film that could've been way down (below)!!!

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The Glee Live! In Concert! 2012 Tour Has Been Scrapped!

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Sorry, Gleeks! Summer has just become wide open for you!

Although the cast of Glee has toured across the country the past two years with Glee Live! In Concert!, the proposed 2012 dates have been canceled!

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Gotti Film Must Meet Financial Deadlines By This Week


Or else it's dunzo!

Barry Levinson's Gotti movie starring John Travolta and Al Pacino is pret-ty close to being shut down if producer Mark Fiore doesn't meet financial deadlines by the end of this week.

A source says:

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The New Version of Dune Is Doomed

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dune movie is doomed

At least we'll always have the David Lynch version…

Back in November, we heard that Paramount planned to put the new version of Dune into turnaround and sell off the rights if progress wasn't made by Spring.

Unfortunately, significant progress has NOT been made, and the studio has decided to scrap the project, after four years of trying to put it together!

Here's what Richard P. Rubinstein, the man who controls the rights to Frank Herbert's novel, had to say about it:

“Paramount’s option has expired and we couldn’t reach an agreement. I’m going to look at my options, and whether I wind up taking the script we developed in turnaround, or start over, I’m not sure yet.”

“Sure, it’s frustrating, how long this has taken, but most of what I’ve done that worked out well over the years, like the miniseries The Stand, took a long time."

"Since I know what I want, eventually, I’ll find someone who’ll agree with me. What I like is that talent has interesting things to say on how they would approach it.”

“Right now, Dune has no commitments or attachments."

It's too bad Paramount wasn't able to make this happen, but we suppose it'll re-emerge one day at another studio.

Are U sad to hear that Dune is no longer happening?

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Sorry Barbra! Gypsy Movie Called Off



The film adaptation of the Broadway musical Gypsy has been scrapped.

The film was to star Barbra Streisand in the role of Mama Rose.

Director Arthur Laurents was convinced that Barbra would be great, however, co-creator Stephen Sondheim had decided against the project.

Sad face.

Laurents said:

"'He said 'What is the point of it? You want a record because the theater is ephemeral. You don't need a record. The fact that it's ephemeral means you can have different productions, different Roses on to infinity.'

So I don't want it now. I don't want a definitive record, I want it to stay alive."

He added:

"I think [Barbra Streisand] is disappointed, she wanted very much to do it. That would have been a good exit for her career."

Barbra would have GREAT and we would have loved to have seen the film adaptation with her in it, but we definitely think she has many more years before her career is over!

With Barbra's magic touch, the movie would have been gold. Oh well.

[Image via WENN.]

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