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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Sat Mar 31, 2018 9:52 pm

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Maybe Bayona didn't want to come back? he may have only wanted to do one film & then go back to something more intimate & personal to him which is totally understandable.

I think you’re probably right. He doesn’t seem at all the type to stay on a franchise. But even if he was I still think we’re looking at a scenario where Colin is doing this for his best interests.

Yes people are saying the studio is happy with FK. But they were also extremely happy with Cokin making them nearly 1.7 billion in box office alone in the first one. That’s probably why they let him pick the director and come back.

I hope to god I’m wrong and he’s doing it because he has a great plan but i don’t think so. I’m really worried and down. Gonna be a long three years.
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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Sun Apr 01, 2018 2:28 am

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Maybe Bayona didn't want to come back? he may have only wanted to do one film & then go back to something more intimate & personal to him which is totally understandable.

I think you’re probably right. He doesn’t seem at all the type to stay on a franchise. But even if he was I still think we’re looking at a scenario where Colin is doing this for his best interests.

Yes people are saying the studio is happy with FK. But they were also extremely happy with Cokin making them nearly 1.7 billion in box office alone in the first one. That’s probably why they let him pick the director and come back.

I hope to god I’m wrong and he’s doing it because he has a great plan but i don’t think so. I’m really worried and down. Gonna be a long three years.

Please don't worry too much, Colin directing is not the worst thing in the world considering he has planned this whole trilogy himself alongside Spielberg. He is the one writing & directing nearly all of this trilogy, he will put his heart & soul into this final film like he did with JW, which was overall a GOOD film despite it's flaws.
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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Mon Apr 02, 2018 8:13 am

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Here’s me just thinking out loud.

He says the trilogy is set up for the end of the end. And our best guess Is that the next movie ends up with animals loose on the mainland. And I personally think the animals are going extinct or it has them taking over.

I guess I’m worried that he wouldn’t be able to show it off in a dark and emotional way that is serious. And that it’s going to feel like too much of a popcorn flick. Like the thought of having more Blue and Owen on the mainland makes me cringe in fear personally.

Since it’s the only JP movie that won’t take place on a island at all that we know of it sounds extremely ambitious and hard to pull off for anyone.

Edit: also at Bary ... yeah it’s weird the more I think about it. Why would they make this decision public so early before seeing how people even respond to Fallen Kingdom? It lends credence to the idea that nobody but Colin is getting a chance at it I suppose.


Funny you say that because that got me thinking. If that scenario, the dinosaurs going extinct does happen, then do you think that Universal hired Trevorrow as the fall guy so that Spielberg won't get the blame? I ask because Spielberg has been in a lot of projects that he was responsible for being bad, often via hi lack of caring, yet he always avoided the blame.

JP3: As Executive Producer, he sat around and did nothing. When it came out, Joe Johnston got the blame while Spielberg got none.

IJ4: Lucas got the blame but Spielberg didn't.

The Transformers franchise: As Executive Producer, he, again, sat around and let the franchise get run into the ground by Michael Bay, even though he had all the power to rein him in. Bay still gets the blame, but Spielberg got off scott free.

As much as I don't like this choice, since he might not totally get the franchise like he does with the first movie, I honesty can't help but wonder if Trevorrow is being set up to fail here. And considering how he was screwed out of SW9 by Rian Johnson and Kathleen Kennedy, I don't want him to be screwed over again.


With that said, I wonder if it's also something else. That people know that Spielberg is too overly protective of this franchise despite him not knowing what to do with it and that people with fresh ideas are not being allowed to enter the talks of being the new director because of how overbearing Spielberg is.

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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Mon Apr 02, 2018 7:27 pm

Of all the things it could be, the notion that Universal, Legendary and Amblin and all the involved studios would throw a nine figure budget at a film specifically to lose money and fail just to get rid of a director seems a bit far-fetched. I don't think any of those studios are in a position where they can spend that kind of money with the intent of never seeing any profit just to spite someone.

The only reason why that would be allowed from a business standpoint is if they had a new plan waiting in the wings and wanted to do away with the old regime, like how Disney basically abandoned the marketing for John Carter entirely, causing it to flop badly. That film was supposed to be their Star Wars before they bought Lucasfilm, and nowadays both Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm are their bread and butter, arguably more important than their animated films. And we'd see at least one huge Disney flop every other year with The Lone Ranger, Tomorrowland and even Spielberg's own The BGF. Fortunately for Brad Bird and Andrew Stanton, they were allowed to return to the Disney fold on sequels to beloved Pixar films.

My overarching point is that Disney is secure enough in what assets they have that they can afford to take a bomb like that and never look back. Universal can't do that. Fast & Furious are glorified Transformers lite, Pacific Rim Uprising isn't doing that well critically or financially, and until something new is allowed to flourish Jurassic Park is the best they've got.

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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Tue Apr 03, 2018 8:40 am

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Of all the things it could be, the notion that Universal, Legendary and Amblin and all the involved studios would throw a nine figure budget at a film specifically to lose money and fail just to get rid of a director seems a bit far-fetched. I don't think any of those studios are in a position where they can spend that kind of money with the intent of never seeing any profit just to spite someone.

The only reason why that would be allowed from a business standpoint is if they had a new plan waiting in the wings and wanted to do away with the old regime, like how Disney basically abandoned the marketing for John Carter entirely, causing it to flop badly. That film was supposed to be their Star Wars before they bought Lucasfilm, and nowadays both Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm are their bread and butter, arguably more important than their animated films. And we'd see at least one huge Disney flop every other year with The Lone Ranger, Tomorrowland and even Spielberg's own The BGF. Fortunately for Brad Bird and Andrew Stanton, they were allowed to return to the Disney fold on sequels to beloved Pixar films.

My overarching point is that Disney is secure enough in what assets they have that they can afford to take a bomb like that and never look back. Universal can't do that. Fast & Furious are glorified Transformers lite, Pacific Rim Uprising isn't doing that well critically or financially, and until something new is allowed to flourish Jurassic Park is the best they've got.


But if that's the case, then wouldn't one think that they would have taken much of Spielberg's power away and would have tried to maximize the JP franchise as much as possible? If Jurassic Park is the best Universal has, then we should being far more JP stuff. More then enough to show people that their is more then just the MCU. I work in retail and I'm already seeing Avengers: Infinity War products, not to mention still quite a bit of Black Panther products all over the place.

I just think that Universal has no long term plan and is too busy living in the moment to care about the long term health of this franchise.

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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:06 am

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@BarrytheOnyx wrote:
Of all the things it could be, the notion that Universal, Legendary and Amblin and all the involved studios would throw a nine figure budget at a film specifically to lose money and fail just to get rid of a director seems a bit far-fetched. I don't think any of those studios are in a position where they can spend that kind of money with the intent of never seeing any profit just to spite someone.

The only reason why that would be allowed from a business standpoint is if they had a new plan waiting in the wings and wanted to do away with the old regime, like how Disney basically abandoned the marketing for John Carter entirely, causing it to flop badly. That film was supposed to be their Star Wars before they bought Lucasfilm, and nowadays both Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm are their bread and butter, arguably more important than their animated films. And we'd see at least one huge Disney flop every other year with The Lone Ranger, Tomorrowland and even Spielberg's own The BGF. Fortunately for Brad Bird and Andrew Stanton, they were allowed to return to the Disney fold on sequels to beloved Pixar films.

My overarching point is that Disney is secure enough in what assets they have that they can afford to take a bomb like that and never look back. Universal can't do that. Fast & Furious are glorified Transformers lite, Pacific Rim Uprising isn't doing that well critically or financially, and until something new is allowed to flourish Jurassic Park is the best they've got.


But if that's the case, then wouldn't one think that they would have taken much of Spielberg's power away and would have tried to maximize the JP franchise as much as possible? If Jurassic Park is the best Universal has, then we should being far more JP stuff. More then enough to show people that their is more then just the MCU. I work in retail and I'm already seeing Avengers: Infinity War products, not to mention still quite a bit of Black Panther products all over the place.

I just think that Universal has no long term plan and is too busy living in the moment to care about the long term health of this franchise.

Because I'm going to be honest...there's just not that much to JP as a whole. Don't get me wrong or think I'm hating on the franchise, but there's only so many options. There's the original trilogy, which quickly devolved into "running and screaming" plots. There's JW trilogy, which so far looks to be fine with hybrids, and remixing plots from the previous trilogy. After that, where can we go? An origin film, which could be good but given what people expect, there probably wouldn't be many or any dinosaurs in the film, and would probably bomb as a science driven film. There's the potential bridge film, between JP3 and JW where they got the dinosaurs and rebuilt, but I think there's a novel coming sort of detailing that time period. So, then the final option is "Go off the rails, asylum-style, with a much bigger budget." And I don't think any JP fan really wants to see that (besides me, but only as an animated series based off Chaos Effect of the Sayles JP4 script.).

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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Mon Apr 16, 2018 1:09 am

@TheDreamMaster wrote:
@Rhedosaurus wrote:
@BarrytheOnyx wrote:
Of all the things it could be, the notion that Universal, Legendary and Amblin and all the involved studios would throw a nine figure budget at a film specifically to lose money and fail just to get rid of a director seems a bit far-fetched. I don't think any of those studios are in a position where they can spend that kind of money with the intent of never seeing any profit just to spite someone.

The only reason why that would be allowed from a business standpoint is if they had a new plan waiting in the wings and wanted to do away with the old regime, like how Disney basically abandoned the marketing for John Carter entirely, causing it to flop badly. That film was supposed to be their Star Wars before they bought Lucasfilm, and nowadays both Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm are their bread and butter, arguably more important than their animated films. And we'd see at least one huge Disney flop every other year with The Lone Ranger, Tomorrowland and even Spielberg's own The BGF. Fortunately for Brad Bird and Andrew Stanton, they were allowed to return to the Disney fold on sequels to beloved Pixar films.

My overarching point is that Disney is secure enough in what assets they have that they can afford to take a bomb like that and never look back. Universal can't do that. Fast & Furious are glorified Transformers lite, Pacific Rim Uprising isn't doing that well critically or financially, and until something new is allowed to flourish Jurassic Park is the best they've got.


But if that's the case, then wouldn't one think that they would have taken much of Spielberg's power away and would have tried to maximize the JP franchise as much as possible? If Jurassic Park is the best Universal has, then we should being far more JP stuff. More then enough to show people that their is more then just the MCU. I work in retail and I'm already seeing Avengers: Infinity War products, not to mention still quite a bit of Black Panther products all over the place.

I just think that Universal has no long term plan and is too busy living in the moment to care about the long term health of this franchise.

Because I'm going to be honest...there's just not that much to JP as a whole. Don't get me wrong or think I'm hating on the franchise, but there's only so many options. There's the original trilogy, which quickly devolved into "running and screaming" plots. There's JW trilogy, which so far looks to be fine with hybrids, and remixing plots from the previous trilogy. After that, where can we go? An origin film, which could be good but given what people expect, there probably wouldn't be many or any dinosaurs in the film, and would probably bomb as a science driven film. There's the potential bridge film, between JP3 and JW where they got the dinosaurs and rebuilt, but I think there's a novel coming sort of detailing that time period. So, then the final option is "Go off the rails, asylum-style, with a much bigger budget." And I don't think any JP fan really wants to see that (besides me, but only as an animated series based off Chaos Effect of the Sayles JP4 script.).
i completey agree with this. there isnt much they can do. People are already complaining about the amount of jp films that we have now.
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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Mon Apr 16, 2018 7:58 am

@Herrerasaurus wrote:
@TheDreamMaster wrote:
@Rhedosaurus wrote:
@BarrytheOnyx wrote:
Of all the things it could be, the notion that Universal, Legendary and Amblin and all the involved studios would throw a nine figure budget at a film specifically to lose money and fail just to get rid of a director seems a bit far-fetched. I don't think any of those studios are in a position where they can spend that kind of money with the intent of never seeing any profit just to spite someone.

The only reason why that would be allowed from a business standpoint is if they had a new plan waiting in the wings and wanted to do away with the old regime, like how Disney basically abandoned the marketing for John Carter entirely, causing it to flop badly. That film was supposed to be their Star Wars before they bought Lucasfilm, and nowadays both Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm are their bread and butter, arguably more important than their animated films. And we'd see at least one huge Disney flop every other year with The Lone Ranger, Tomorrowland and even Spielberg's own The BGF. Fortunately for Brad Bird and Andrew Stanton, they were allowed to return to the Disney fold on sequels to beloved Pixar films.

My overarching point is that Disney is secure enough in what assets they have that they can afford to take a bomb like that and never look back. Universal can't do that. Fast & Furious are glorified Transformers lite, Pacific Rim Uprising isn't doing that well critically or financially, and until something new is allowed to flourish Jurassic Park is the best they've got.


But if that's the case, then wouldn't one think that they would have taken much of Spielberg's power away and would have tried to maximize the JP franchise as much as possible? If Jurassic Park is the best Universal has, then we should being far more JP stuff. More then enough to show people that their is more then just the MCU. I work in retail and I'm already seeing Avengers: Infinity War products, not to mention still quite a bit of Black Panther products all over the place.

I just think that Universal has no long term plan and is too busy living in the moment to care about the long term health of this franchise.

Because I'm going to be honest...there's just not that much to JP as a whole. Don't get me wrong or think I'm hating on the franchise, but there's only so many options. There's the original trilogy, which quickly devolved into "running and screaming" plots. There's JW trilogy, which so far looks to be fine with hybrids, and remixing plots from the previous trilogy. After that, where can we go? An origin film, which could be good but given what people expect, there probably wouldn't be many or any dinosaurs in the film, and would probably bomb as a science driven film. There's the potential bridge film, between JP3 and JW where they got the dinosaurs and rebuilt, but I think there's a novel coming sort of detailing that time period. So, then the final option is "Go off the rails, asylum-style, with a much bigger budget." And I don't think any JP fan really wants to see that (besides me, but only as an animated series based off Chaos Effect of the Sayles JP4 script.).
i completey agree with this. there isnt much they can do. People are already complaining about the amount of jp films that we have now.

There are many other options: A movie that deals with Biosyn or some other company making dinosaurs in the African rainforest where said company uses the cover of living dinosaurs: aka Cryptosaurs, like Mokele-Mbembe as cover.

A tie in movie or animated cartoon show between JP3 and JW. I honestly don't think that this novel is enough. Sorry, but in the post Avengers era, franchises have to grow larger and one Claire novel isn't enough.

Something about the other islands. One would think that other dinosaurs would exist there too.


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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:31 pm

http://ew.com/movies/2018/04/18/jurassic-world-3-colin-trevorrow/

Jurassic World 3 will be a 'science thriller,' says Colin Trevorrow

Trevorrow, who is currently writing Jurassic World 3 with Emily Carmichael (Pacific Rim: Uprising) is mum on plot details but does say the final film will still feature Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard). He adds, “But there’s other characters who we’ll meet in Fallen Kingdom you’ll realize are major characters.”

Trevorrow also says the next film will be most close in tone to Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original. Reveals the director, “If I could contextualize each film, I would say Jurassic World was an action adventure, Fallen Kingdom is kind of a horror suspense film, and Jurassic World 3 will be a science thriller in the same way that Jurassic Park was.”
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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:34 pm

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http://ew.com/movies/2018/04/18/jurassic-world-3-colin-trevorrow/

Jurassic World 3 will be a 'science thriller,' says Colin Trevorrow

Trevorrow, who is currently writing Jurassic World 3 with Emily Carmichael (Pacific Rim: Uprising) is mum on plot details but does say the final film will still feature Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard). He adds, “But there’s other characters who we’ll meet in Fallen Kingdom you’ll realize are major characters.”

Trevorrow also says the next film will be most close in tone to Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original. Reveals the director, “If I could contextualize each film, I would say Jurassic World was an action adventure, Fallen Kingdom is kind of a horror suspense film, and Jurassic World 3 will be a science thriller in the same way that Jurassic Park was.”

I saw that. Jurassic World 3 is a mystery to me. Really interested in where it might go.
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PostSubject: Re: Colin Trevorrow to direct Jurassic World 3   Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:39 pm

As long as the story brings everything full circle, I'm fine with the tone of it.

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