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Steven Spielberg meets with writer about new “Jurassic Park”

By Sean O’Connell Steven Spielberg always has an idea of where his most popular film franchises can go. Sometimes they develop into fresh sequels, while other times they fall by the wayside. Even in a recent interview with Ain’t It Cool News, Spielberg confessed to having a great scene in mind for another “Jaws” film, but lamented the fact that it likely will never happen because it isn’t enough for a full feature film.

But a fourth “Jurassic Park” is another story. Spielberg reportedly is exploring the concept of a new “Park” film with screenwriter Mark Protosevich, whose credits include “Thor” and Will Smith’s “I Am Legend,” Heat Vision notes.

Spielberg and Protosevich met “twice to think of a story for a potential fourth film,” but quickly clarified that the discussions were “purely exploratory” and that no deals are being discussed.

What do you think? Do you want another trip back to dinosaur land? Or did the franchise peter out after the third installment, and Spielberg should spend his time on other projects? Let us know.

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One Comment

  • June 16, 2011 | Permalink |


    I’m a great fan of jurassic park films. I would definitively like to see another film (3D this time). I’m sure this film could break all the recent records.

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