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11 items from 2014


Film Review: ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’

8 April 2014 5:09 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Necessity is the mother of invention, which is why Marc Webb’s 2012 superhero do-over “The Amazing Spider-Man,” for all its polished proficiency and kicky star casting, felt so perfunctory: Rebooting the blockbuster Marvel franchise just five years after Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man 3,” it couldn’t claim to be a film anyone needed. The swiftly delivered “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” finds no solution to that redundancy, but it acrobatically spins enough sound and fury to distract from the issue, while the tinderbox chemistry between leads Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone delights once more. Continuing Peter Parker’s investigation of his shady family history while serving up a brace of villains — one more familiar than the other — for him to contend with, this bloated but enjoyable outing will pull in enough crowds to justify Sony’s reluctance to relinquish this heavily built-up creative property.

Perhaps one reason the studio preferred to return to the source, »

- Guy Lodge

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Not Quite Extinct: Colin Trevorrow And Dp John Schwartman Plan To Shoot ‘Jurassic World’ In 35mm & 65mm

7 February 2014 6:19 AM, PST | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

With just the charming time-travel drama “Safety Not Guaranteed” under his feature belt, director Colin Trevorrow initially scanned as a curious choice to helm the new installment of the dormant “Jurassic Park” franchise. Would the massive step up in scale and stakes for “Jurassic World” prove to hit the same atmosphere and excitement of Steven Spielberg’s 1993 original? More than a year stands before we get the final answer, but for now new details have promised he’s aiming for a classic old-school approach. Many rumors have circled the project regarding its new storyline: dinosaur amusement parks and a return to Isla Nubar are both elements that have cropped up, but the only one confirmed is that the film will take place 22 years after the original. While details around the narrative remain shrouded, we now how Trevorrow plans to shoot it – in two separate film formats. “Honored to be working »

- Charlie Schmidlin

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‘Jurassic World’ To Be Shot On 35mm And 65mm!

6 February 2014 11:28 PM, PST | The Hollywood News | See recent The Hollywood News news »

Jurassic Park is quite probably my ultimate movie, my favourite film, at the top of my all-time Top 5 and so Jurassic World has a lot to live up to but with Colin Trevorrow on-board and continual talk of good things happening and now the news they’re shooting on the big stuff, well, bring on 2015!

Director Trevorrow has announced that he’s working with cinematographer John Schwartzman, a man who also worked on the likes of Armageddon, The Amazing Spider-man and Saving Mr Banks so he knows how to make things look big and equally interesting. The film will be shot on both 35mm film and large format in the shape of 65mm, which isn’t too far away from IMAX.

Jurassic World is happily shrouded in secrecy and I think this is a good thing. Many films these days are happy to show everything 24/7 so a little Christopher Nolan »

- Dan Bullock

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Jurassic World confirmed to start filming in April!

6 February 2014 7:44 PM, PST | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Production on Jurassic World is in full swing right now, and director Collin Trevorrow has just revealed that filming begins 2 months from now in April. In addition to that, he also reveals that he will be teaming up with cinematographer, John Schwartzman, to film the movie with 35 and 65mm cameras. Check out Trevorrow's tweet below: Honored to be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on Jurassic World, shooting this April on 35mm and 65mm film. @Kodak @Panavision— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 6, 2014 With filming to take place in parts of Hawaii and Louisiana, expect more casting announcements soon. Chris Pratt, (Guardians of the Galaxy), stars in Jurassic World, which is expected to stomp into theaters June 12th, 2015. »

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Jurassic World Being Shot on Both 35mm and 65mm Film

6 February 2014 12:30 PM, PST | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Though we still know very little about Jurassic World, the long-awaited next installment in the Jurassic Park franchise, director Colin Trevorrow just tweeted out a tasty little tidbit that we think you're going to like. Read on!

In a tweet posted from Trevorrow's account earlier today, Trevorrow stated that Jurassic World will be shot on film, rather than digital, and both 35mm and even 65mm stock will be used to bring the dinosaurs to life.

He also says that John Schwartzman (The Amazing Spider-Man, Armageddon) will be the cinematographer on the film.

Good news? You bet your sweet dinosaur-loving ass!!

Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, and Nick Robinson are in various stages of talks to star. Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) penned the script with Derek Connolly and will direct the film. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but it is known that Robinson would play Simpkins’ older brother. »

- John Squires

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Jurassic World Will Partially Shoot on 65mm Film

6 February 2014 11:30 AM, PST | GeekTyrant | See recent GeekTyrant news »

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We now live in a world where everything is going digital, and the way movies are made is getting easier and faster. But that won't stop director Colin Trevorrow from shooting his next movie Jurassic World on good old fashioned film. The director made the announcement via Twitter saying that part of the film will be shot in 35mm and part of it in 65mm.

John Schwartzman is the cinematographer on the movie, and he has worked on films such as The Amazing Spider-ManArmageddon, and The Rock all of which looked great!

Honored to be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on Jurassic World, shooting this April on 35mm and 65mm film. @Kodak @Panavision

Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 6, 2014

The story takes place 22 years after the events of the first Jurassic Park movie and so far the cast includes Nick RobinsonTy SimpkinsJosh BrolinBryce Dallas Howard and maybe Jason Schwartzman. »

- Joey Paur

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Jurassic World Shooting in 35mm and 65mm; Starts Filming in April in Hawaii

6 February 2014 9:08 AM, PST | Collider.com | See recent Collider.com news »

We have a couple of brief Jurassic World stories for you this morning.  First off, director Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) tweeted that he'll be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on the picture, and they'll be shooting on 35mm and 65mm.  As Bleeding Cool points out, 65mm strongly hints towards an IMAX release, although I would say the movie being a major blockbuster hints towards an IMAX release.  The 65mm just means it will probably look much better in IMAX.  Schwartzman's filmography notably includes The Rock, Armageddon, and The Amazing Spider-Man, so he more than knows his way around a blockbuster. Hit the jump for more.  The film stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, and Ty SimpkinsJurassic World opens June 12, 2015. We previously reported that shooting on Jurassic World would begin in Louisiana on June 2nd, and while that's still true (per The Times-Picayune), production will actually start in April in Hawaii. »

- Matt Goldberg

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Trevorrow's 'Jurassic World' To Be Shot on Film, Partially with 65Mm

6 February 2014 8:46 AM, PST | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

These dinosaurs are going to be Big. But that's the way they should be. Some excellent news for film purists out there - director Colin Trevorrow has tweeted confirmation the Jurassic World, the upcoming Jurassic Park reboot/sequel in the works for 2015, will be shot on film. Trevorrow was tweeting about the news that cinematographer John Schwartzman (of Pearl Harbor, Seabiscuit, Green Hornet, Amazing Spider-Man, Saving Mr. Banks) would be shooting the project and will be shooting "this April on 35mm and 65mm film." For those unfamiliar, 65mm film is also IMAX-size, meaning they're shooting large format for some scenes. Here's the original tweet embedded from director Colin Trevorrow, who revealed quite a bit of info here. .twitter-tweet { margin: 12px auto !important; }Honored to be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on Jurassic World, shooting this April on 35mm and 65mm film. @Kodak @Panavision— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 6, 2014 Jurassic World, being »

- Alex Billington

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Jurassic World Lines Up Shooting Locations in Hawaii and Louisiana

6 February 2014 | Comingsoon.net | See recent Comingsoon.net news »

One of 2015's most highly anticipated blockbusters, director Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World is getting ready to enter production and has today revealed plans to lens in both Hawaii and Louisiana. MidWeek reports that the production will shoot for four weeks on Oahu in April and then two weeks on Kauai. Then, as revealed today by The Times-Picayune , the shoot will head to New Orleans, Louisiana for 11 weeks beginning in June. Trevorrow also posted on Twitter that the movie will be shot both on 35mm and 65mm. Honored to be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on Jurassic World, shooting this April on 35mm and 65mm film. @Kodak @Panavision — Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 6, 2014 Set to star Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, »

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Director Colin Trevorrow reveals that Jurassic World will shoot on film

6 February 2014 3:53 AM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

Director Colin Trevorrow is gearing up to take us all back to a very familiar park in 2015 and has just revealed that he'll be doing so with a now "classic" format: film. Trevorrow, via Twitter, announced that Jurassic World will shoot in both 35 mm and 65 mm film with veteran cinematographer John Schwartzman handling the director of photography duties. He also revealed that they would start shooting in April.Honored to be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on Jurassic »

- Paul Shirey

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Jurassic World Set to Shoot in Hawaii and Louisiana

5 February 2014 11:40 PM, PST | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Director Colin Trevorrow's sci-fi thriller Jurassic World is gearing up to star shooting in Hawaii and Louisiana. Production is scheduled to begin in Oahu for four weeks in April, followed by two weeks on Kauai. It will then move to Louisiana for 11 weeks beginning in June.

Plot details are few, but the highly anticipated project will star Chris Pratt, Ty Simpkins and Bryce Dallas Howard. Colin Trevorrow is directing from a script he wrote with Derek Connolly. Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley will be producing.

The director also announced that the film will be shot in 35mm and 65mm. Check out what he said on his twitter page.

Honored to be working with cinematographer John Schwartzman on Jurassic World, shooting this April on 35mm and 65mm film. @Kodak@Panavision

Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) February 6, 2014

Jurassic World comes to theaters June 12th, 2015 and stars Ty Simpkins, Idris Elba, Bryce Dallas Howard, »

- MovieWeb

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