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"...the New Orleans locals are preparing to celebrate the annual 'Casket Girls Festival' in the French Quarter.
"Then 'Sophie' (Daniella Pineda) goes on the hunt for the powerful teen witch..."
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- Michael Stevens
James Cromwell’s character in the upcoming Jurassic World 2 has an interesting link to a key character from the original Jurassic Park. Sitting down with Larry King, he reveals that his character, Benjamin Lockwood, has a through-line all the way back to the 1993 original:
“The character Richard Attenborough played (John Hammond), I’m his partner, Benjamin Lockwood. We developed the technology of being able to clone the genes. And so I’m trying to deal with the blowback from what we have done.”
The sequel to 2015’s Jurassic World is getting very interesting. Recently, we found out that the legendary Jeff Goldblum is returning as the iconic Dr. Ian Malcolm, and now we are starting to see even more connections to the original. It seems that Jurassic World 2 is closely tied to the original Jurassic Park: Chris Pratt has even revealed that the sequel will be darker, and scarier. »
- Jordan Jones
The sequel to Jurassic World is set to include an action orientated underwater sequence.
With the joyous news that fan favourite actor Jeff Goldblum will be returning to the series for Jurassic World 2, word has now arrived that the movie will include an underwater action scene – with a Submarine!
Actor Kevin Lane spoke to Management in Stage and Film about his role in the picture which will seem him portray a submarine pilot.
“I read for two parts, and ended up getting the role of ‘submarine pilot’, which was the role I wanted as it is quite an epic scene. So I should have a nice cinematic moment on screen in a massive studio film. Filming starts in May [so] hopefully I’ll be in one of their amazing contraptions, pretending that there’s dinosaurs around me. I’ve never worked with CGI before so it’s fun and challenging. But »
- Samuel Brace
Vulture WatchWill the Parkers ever be a normal family? Has The Detour TV show been cancelled or renewed for a third season on TBS? The television vulture is watching all the latest cancellation and renewal news, so this page is the place to track the status of The Detour season three. Bookmark it, or subscribe for the latest updates. Remember, the television vulture is watching your shows. Are you? What's This TV Show About?A sitcom on the TBS cable channel, The Detour stars Jason Jones, Natalie Zea, Ashley Gerasimovich, Liam Carroll, and Daniella Pineda. Season two guest stars include executive producer and co-creator Samantha Bee, as well as James Cromwell, John Oliver, Laura Benanti, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, and Max Casella. In season two of this family comedy, Nate (Jones) gets a new job opportunity, so the Parkers make a fresh start in the Big Apple. Robin (Zea) is less than excited, because »
Though the first season of The Detour TV show drew pretty low ratings for TBS, it was still one of the cable channel's highest-rated scripted series. Will the numbers go up or down this time around? Will The Detour be cancelled or renewed for season three? Stay tuned.A sitcom on TBS, The Detour stars Jason Jones, Natalie Zea, Ashley Gerasimovich, Liam Carroll, and Daniella Pineda. Season two guest stars include executive producer and co-creator Samantha Bee, as well as James Cromwell, John Oliver, Laura Benanti, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, and Max Casella. In season two of this family comedy, Nate (Jones) gets a new job opportunity, so the Parkers make a fresh start in the Big Apple. Robin (Zea) is less than excited, because a move to NYC could reveal her mysterious past. While Nate and Robin adjust to the move, Jared (Carroll) and Delilah (Gerasimovich) claw their way through adolescence. Regardless of parenting »
Life has, uh, found a way to make Jurassic Park fans very happy. Jurassic World 2 is currently filming and, if you weren't already excited about the next installment in the franchise, you probably should be. Why, may you ask? Well, because Jeff Goldblum is officially returning in Jurassic World 2 as Dr. Ian Malcolm.
The Hollywood Reporter has broke the news that Universal has officially managed to get Jeff Goldblum to reprise his iconic role as Dr. Ian Malcolm in the upcoming Jurassic World sequel, which is set for release next summer. Unfortunately, their report wasn't able to confirm anything in the way of how large his role will be or how exactly he will factor into the story of Jurassic World 2, but having him back will definitely help get butts in seats. Jurassic World did exceedingly well at the box office but, outside of B.D. Wong as Dr. Henry Wu, »
Hold onto your butts, people, because another Jurassic World is on the way. Although the sequel is still untitled and the release date is over a year away, a few bits and pieces of information about it have made their way to the public - and the first photo is here! By all accounts, it sounds like the film is moving in the right direction (i.e. scarier and more suspenseful). Fingers crossed they let Bryce Dallas Howard put on some sneakers this time around. The Director J.A. Bayona, who directed A Monster Calls and The Impossible, will take the reins from Colin Trevorrow. Despite leaving to direct Star Wars: Episode IX, Trevorrow is staying on board to help out as an executive producer. In an interview with Jurassic Outpost, he touched on the collaborative environment he's fostered with Bayona. "I've been here, I'm in the office right now," he said. »
- Quinn Keaney
Good news for anyone craving a bit of nostalgia for the upcoming untitled J.A. Bayona-directed Jurassic World sequel, as Jeff Goldblum’s classic character Dr. Ian Malcolm is set to make his return to the franchise, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The actor previously starred in both Jurassic Park and The Lost World: Jurassic Park. There are currently no details as to how he’ll factor into the story of the new film, but more news is sure to come out as time passes. Moviegoers will also be able to see Goldblum later this year in Thor: Ragnarok, where he will most likely disclose some minor details about Jurassic World 2 during press interviews.
- Robert Kojder
It looks like the Parkers are sticking around. The Detour TV show has been renewed for a third season on TBS. Jason Jones, Natalie Zea, Ashley Gerasimovich, Liam Carroll, and Daniella Pineda star. The season two two-part finale airs on TBS, tonight at 10:00pm and 10:30pm Et/Pt.In the second season of The Detour, guest stars included executive producer Samantha Bee who co-created the TBS sitcom with Jones, as well as James Cromwell, John Oliver, Laura Benanti, Jeffrey Vincent Parise, and Max Casella.Read More… »
Created, written and executive-produced by Jones and Samantha Bee, the series also stars Natalie Zea, Ashley Gerasimovich, Liam Carroll and Daniella Pineda. Season 2 will end tonight with two back-to-back episodes.
“I hear from so many people who love ‘The Detour,’ even my hardcore comedy friends,” said Thom Hinkle, senior vice president of original programming for TBS. “Season Two has been so smart, hilarious and wrong. And from the early nuggets I’ve gotten from Jason and Sam, Season Three is going to be even more effed up.”
The series centers on a family of four led by Nate (Jones) and his wife, Robin (Zea). At the opening of the second season, Nate pursues a job opportunity and moves the family to New York City for a fresh start. Everyone is excited except for Robin, whose »
- Joe Otterson
Jurassic World 2 is currently filming in London, with some filming scheduled to take place in Hawaii later on in production. According to producer Frank Marshall, the movie is at the halfway point, at least in terms of shooting, and to honor the occasion, he has shared a brand new, behind-the-scenes photo from the set. And it looks like there is going to be at least one, brand new dinosaur added to the Jurassic Park franchise that will appear on screen Jurassic World 2.
This latest set photo from Frank Marshall was posted to his Twitter account and shows several of the producer's chairs, which are pretty uninteresting on their own. But it is what we can see in the background of the photo that should have Jurassic Park fans pretty excited. While not totally clear what dinosaur it is, there is a full body, practical dinosaur on the set, which is »
Since there was such a long break between Jurassic Park III and Jurassic World, 14 years to be exact, it feels like it hasn't been that long since we had a new Jurassic Park movie to enjoy. Fortunately for those who enjoyed the recent return to Isla Nublar, we won't have to wait all that much longer to see some more dinosaur action, since Jurassic World 2 is coming out next summer. And according to Chris Pratt, we can expect a darker, scarier, unexpected experience.
The actor is currently making the press rounds for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and he couldn't avoid talking a little bit about Jurassic World 2. While speaking to Screen Rant, Chris Pratt did offer a few vague terms about what we can expect from the highly-anticipated sequel, though he couldn't say anything overly specific about the movie. Here is how he explains his time on set so far. »
As all corners of the universe gear up for the highly anticipated next entry in the McU, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Chris Pratt has been doing media rounds to promote the blockbuster and has naturally found himself fielding questions on the other mega-popular franchise he is part of, and specifically the upcoming sequel Jurassic World 2.
“[J.A. Bayona is a] remarkable filmmaker,” he told ScreenRant. “If you haven’t seen The Impossible or A Monster Calls, I mean he’s really visually masterful. Deep emotions and suspense. I think it’s going to be a scarier version. A little bit darker and will continue to expand and carry the story forward in a way that is really unexpected and you wouldn’t have imagined.”
See Also: Rexy the T-Rex confirmed for Jurassic World sequel
- Robert Kojder
Posted to Twitter, the picture harkens back to a classic (read: Steven Spielberg’s 1993 classic) in that it features more than half a dozen eggs resting in a cutting-edge incubator. It’s impossible to determine the nature of the dino eggs based on this photo alone, but judging by their size, they do appear awfully similar to those Velociraptor eggs that cropped up in the original Jurassic Park, leading to Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm uttering the famous line: “Life…finds a way.”
The technology within Universal’s blockbuster franchise has come an awful long way since – and we’re not just referring to the CGI on display. As evidenced in Colin Trevorrow’s Jurassic World, a franchise revival that reached $1.6 billion at the international box office, »
- Michael Briers
After directing the first Jurassic World it seems like Colin Trevorrow has learned the art of how to tease fans. He has taken a step back for Jurassic World 2 and decided not to direct the movie, but he is still on as a writer and producer. For Easter Sunday, he posted a brand new photo from Jurassic World 2 that is of what appear to be dinosaur eggs. Which is very fitting for the particular holiday. But with almost no context, we are left to wonder what exactly this is and what it could possibly mean.
The photo was posted by Colin Trevorrow on his Twitter account and, similar to the classic scene in the lab from the original Jurassic Park, shows some dinosaur eggs in an incubator just waiting to hatch. While there aren't any specific plot details that have been released for Jurassic World 2, what we know based on »
This probably won’t come as much of a surprise given how she’s such an iconic part of the series, but writer and producer Colin Trevorrow has confirmed on Twitter that Rexy the T-Rex will be returning for the currently-in-productions sequel to Jurassic World.
See Also: First official image from Jurassic World 2 teases new lead
Confirmed. Tell her when she wakes up. https://t.co/d39LBJ7LK5
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) April 3, 2017
Rexy made her first appearance in Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park back in 1993, before making her triumphant return in Jurassic World as she battled the Indominus Rex. And, given that she’s set to feature in Jurassic World 2, it presumably means we’ll be paying another visit to Isla Nublar in the sequel…
- Gary Collinson
There are a lot of iconic things about the Jurassic Park franchise, but there is arguably no more iconic thing than the T-rex, which fans have taken to calling "Rexy." The original T-Rex from Jurassic Park made her triumphant return in Jurassic World, via her battle with the Indominus Rex at the end of the movie. It was unclear if she would be returning in Jurassic World 2, which is currently filming and is set to be released next year, but we now have confirmation that the classic T-Rex is coming back this time around.
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow, who is co-writing and producing Jurassic World 2, recently took to Twitter to confirm that the classic T-Rex is going to be one of the featured dinosaurs in the upcoming sequel. He was responding to a fan who posted a photo of his daughter with a Rexy toy and asked if he »
Director J.A. Bayona has just shared a new behind-the-scenes photo from Jurassic World 2 that is arguably the most encouraging thing we have seen since shooting started on the sequel. It had previously been stated that there would be more animatronics used in Jurassic World 2, but the director just put his money where his mouth is. He has now showcased the massive team of puppeteers who are on set to help bring these dinosaurs to life.
J.A. Bayona, who is taking over directing duties from Colin Trevorrow this time around, took to his personal Twitter account to share this latest photo from the set of Jurassic World 2. In it, we see a group of eleven puppeteers who are bringing an unidentified, animatronic dinosaur to life in the movie. Here is what the director had to say about the photo in the caption he provided with his tweet.
"11 puppeteers working under our »
“Mr. Roosevelt” is the debut film by writer-director Noël Wells, a Texas native who decamped for Los Angeles to become a comic. It also features Wells in the lead role, as a Texas native who decamped for Los Angeles to become a comic, only to make an abrupt return to attend a cat funeral at the home of her ex-boyfriend, and perhaps take stock of the shambling mess she’s made of her life amidst Austin’s remaining pockets of weirdness. If you’re already starting to roll your eyes, stop: This riotously endearing comedy is substantially funnier, sharper, and more peculiar than that premise is bound to make it sound. While its knowing touch for the rhythms of Austin life make it a perfect fit for SXSW, the film has potential to travel much further, and announces Wells as a behind-the-camera talent worth watching.
A veteran of L.A. »
- Andrew Barker
With cameras now rolling on the hotly-anticipated Jurassic World sequel, director J.A. Bayona (A Monster Calls) has taken to Twitter to unveil the first official image from the fifth instalment of the Jurassic Park franchise…
As of yet, we don’t know the identity of the young girl in the image, although last year a casting call was issued for a new lead character called “Lucy”, who was described as follows:
She is a young girl around 9 years of age. The girl playing “Lucy” must be at least 9 years of age by February 2017, but cannot be over 10 years old. She must be a sensitive and clever actress capable of handling long and complex scenes. Lucy must be able to handle a range of emotions from tender moments with her father, to anxiety, bravery, and shock.
- Gary Collinson
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