Published On: Mon, Jun 15th, 2015

‘Jurassic World’ sets the foundation for more films as ‘sequels’ being discussed

Jurassic World dominated the box office this past weekend, earning over $511 million worldwide making it the #1 global opening of all-time. While Chris Pratt is already signed on for the inevitable Jurassic World sequels, director Colin Trevorrow and producer Frank Marshall give some insight to Slash Film into the next film(s) and why Trevorrow will not be directing.

“Well part of the job and part of what Steven asked me to do is to build something that built a foundation that could be expanded upon. And this idea, you know, I think I should make it very clear to readers of Slash Film and there’s a lot of people who read your Website, who I think when you hear that someone, where I’m at right now would choose not to continue with this franchise, you’re gonna think one of three things. Either I did a bad job, the movie sucks, they had a bad experience with me or I had a bad experience doing the movie. None of those things are true.”

Are fans surprised? Trevorrow just continues to praise the experience.

“This was such a positive experience for me. I loved it so much. Arguably because I loved it so much I don’t see how I could have a better experience making a dinosaur movie. I’m not sure how I could make a dinosaur movie that gives anymore than I gave to this movie…But it is part of my responsibility to make sure that there aren’t diminishing returns in the future and that it can expand into something that continues to be worth of its name. And so, that decision for me not to direct another one, I will be creatively involved, but to not to direct, that actually happened a long time ago.”

jurassic-world-logo“I think that this franchise would be best served by utilizing the model of Mission: Impossible where you have something that could become repetitive. And you combat that by bringing in new voices and I can think of several men and women who are have could make a extremely interesting and completely different versions of a dinosaur movie than the one I just made.”


Marshall confirms that overall plans are happening – right now!

“Well they were pretty general in that we leave the door open to have further chapters in the story.  What’s funny is I’m on my way to have lunch with the studio and Colin to talk about a sequel.  Like now.”

Get the full scoop (especially more from Colin) – click here

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