It has been announced on twitter by Jurassic World director, Colin Trevorrow that the latest film in the Jurassic Park franchise will not simply be a ‘reboot’; Instead the plot will continue in ‘real time’, 22 years from where the previous events of Jurassic Park left off. To hear that the film will not be a reboot will no doubt come as a relief to many fans of the previous films, particularly in the current climate of remakes and spin offs that cinema-goers are experiencing. Remakes and sequels can of course offer fans exciting developments and depth to the stories that they love- However, it is also no secret that the opposite effect can occur, leaving audiences disappointed as they watch often timeless and classic story lines become undermined by hollow remakes and sequels in the interest of profit. It is with this in mind then that Trevorrow’s comments are most welcome and no doubt audiences will eagerly await to see if any new life can be breathed into this ageing classic. Jurassic World is due in cinemas June 2015.
Colin Trevorrow Insists Jurassic World Isn’t Just A Reboot
Latest film in the Jurassic Park franchise will not simply be a reboot. Find out more here!
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