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Jurassic Park 4 Gets 2014 Released Date

6 years ago by Reg Seeton

Universal Pictures has given Jurassic Park 4 a release date of June 13, 2014 – Photo: Universal

Jurassic Park 4 will be released on Friday, June 13, 2014 after Universal Pictures finally confirmed the Steven Spielberg produced film on its schedule.

Although Jurassic Park 4 is without a director and cast, Universal unearthed the cinematic dino-fossil from the development pit and committed to a 2014 release.

The news of Jurassic Park IV, which will be in 3D, comes on the heels of Steven Spielberg delaying Robopocalypse. The delay now has fans speculating on whether Spielberg will return to the director’s chair for the fourth film in the Jurassic Park franchise. Spielberg is currently attached to the project as producer.

The new release date of Jurassic Park 4 follows the announcement of new Star Wars movies after the sale of LuscasFilm to Disney.

Word of a 2014 release for Jurassic Park 4 broke last year when producer Frank Marshall revealed that technology has made even more things possible for a movie of Jurassic caliber and that the fourth movie will be a sequel and not a reboot as previously rumored.

The first Jurassic Park in 1993 was directed by Steven Spielberg and made just over $900 million worldwide. The Lost World: Jurassic Park was directed by Spielberg in 1997 and earned over $600 million at the global box office. In 2001, Jurassic Park III was directed by Joe Johnstone and made $368 million worldwide.

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Reg Seeton created The Deadbolt in 2005 after working for the pioneering movie news website, Coming Attractions. Reg has over 15 years experience as a top online entertainment journalist and interviewer, has worked with several award winning actors, musicians and writers, and has managed entertainment networks in New York and Los Angeles. And he's done it all with one eye!
  • Synne

    The third film had impressive visuals for its time (2001) ; the cgi creatures had been built from a skeletal structure to outer skin, with each layer functioning as close to reality as possible (the muscles visibly flexed under the skin in a realistic manner, for example). It would be very interesting to see what can be achieved 13 years later.

    Nice to hear that JP4 wasn’t relegated to the so-called ‘Developmental Hell’ as I had thought it to be.