If you don’t mind press on to clutch your butts. Widespread has proclaimed that “Jurassic Park 4″ won’t turn out on June 13, 2014.
In a joint effort with movie producers, Universal has chosen to discharge ‘jurassic Park 4’ at a later date giving the studio and movie producers sufficient time to carry crowds the best conceivable form of the fourth portion in Universal’s darling establishment,” Universal said in an explanation. “We wouldn’t be able to be more energized regarding the vision that Colin Trevorrow has made for this film, and we anticipate looking as he and the makers make a different extraordinary part in this establishment’s storied history.”
Bits of hearsay of issue with “Jurassic Park 4” (or “Jurassic Park Iv,” as a few locales have taken to calling it) sprouted up online on Tuesday. Ain’t It Cool News noted that “Jurassic Park” notion craftsman Dean Sherriff tweeted that the film was put “on hold.” Sherriff’s tweet was then erased (a screenshot might be discovered at Ain’t It Cool), yet his illumination was validated by a “Jurassic Park 4” fan site:
Simply put, the studio doesn’t necessarily see eye-to-eye with some of those involved in the film’s development and this has lead to some conflict.
According to our source, Jurassic Park 4 is still in production, just on a temporary hiatus while there is a “restructuring of the guard”, if you will.
Colin Trevorrow was employed to run “Jurassic Park 4” back in March. As the Universal discharge noted, he’s still appended to run.