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Fear The Walking Dead season 3 set report

25 May 2017 4:15 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Duncan Bowles May 26, 2017

Den Of Geek went to Mexico to spy on the filming of Fear The Walking Dead season 3 - here's what we saw...

Standing in the middle of a remote Mexican valley in Tijuana, only accessible by an ‘upgraded’ dirt track that threatened to dislodge both the production vans' wheels and maybe a few spines, I suddenly felt utterly vindicated from any time during an interview when I’d asked about location enhancing an actors’ performance. With rolling hills, quite literally as far as the eye could see, it was impossible not to be overwhelmed by the majestic beauty of the dusty, yet strangely fertile landscape, and that was before even setting eyes on the incredible work that production designer Bernardo Trujillo and his crew had integrated into a new setting for Fear The Walking Dead simply called ‘The Ranch’.

See related  The world of the Peaky Blinders

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Jeff Goldblum Previews Ian Malcolm’s Return In Jurassic World 2

9 May 2017 7:22 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Soon after stepping in to the director’s chair left vacant by Colin Trevorrow (Star Wars: Episode IX), A Monster Calls and The Impossible helmer Juan Antonio Bayona hinted that Jurassic World 2, Universal’s blockbuster sequel due for release in 2018, will feature stronger ties to the ’93 classic.

It wasn’t until the casting of Jeff Goldblum that we began to form an understanding of that connective tissue in question, even if the finer details are being kept locked away in the vaults of InGen. What we do know is that Goldblum is back on board to reprise the role of Dr. Ian Malcolm, a smooth-talking mathematician who went on to become something of a cult hero among Jurassic Park fans – the .gifs of Goldblum’s cackle alone are proof of that status. Malcolm cropped up in the Jurassic Park universe four years later thanks to the launch of The Lost World, »

- Michael Briers

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Jeff Goldblum Teases Ian Malcolm's Return in Jurassic World 2

8 May 2017 6:38 PM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

Last month, Jurassic Park fans were given quite the surprise, when it was revealed that Jeff Goldblum is returning to reprise his Dr. Ian Malcolm role in Jurassic World 2. Nothing was announced about how he will fit into the story, or how large his role will be, but the actor himself has finally spoken about his return to the franchise in a new interview. When asked what he's looking forward to in returning to the dinosaur franchise, the actor explained that he will be heading to London to shoot his scenes in just a few weeks. Here's what he had to say about the production.

"Off I go in a few weeks to London, where they've been hard at work, and I'll try to contribute something to the plate of dino-entertainment. I like my character. I think my character is a saucy, sassy man of some integrity and deep thinking. »

- MovieWeb

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‘Jurassic World’ Sequel: 4 Reasons the Franchise Needs Jeff Goldblum

27 April 2017 6:15 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Jeff Goldblum fans rejoiced after THR revealed on April 25 that the Oscar-nominated actor will star in next year’s untitled sequel to “Jurassic World,” but no one could have been happier than Universal Pictures. Though Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were already confirmed to reprise their roles from the 2015 film, landing Goldblum is a huge win for the studio, as he bridges the gap between the first two “Jurassic Park” movies and the fifth installment of the franchise, which will be directed by “A Monster Calls” director J.A. Bayona.

Read More: ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Photos: Chris Hemsworth Rocks a New Haircut With Cate Blanchett, Jeff Goldbum and Tessa Thompson

Goldblum will once again play Dr. Ian Malcolm, the sharp-witted mathematician who had some of the most memorable lines in 1993’s “Jurassic Park,” and who returned as the lead in the 1997 sequel “The Lost World.” Universal shouldn’t have a problem »

- Graham Winfrey

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Jeff Goldblum Is Back for Jurassic World 2

26 April 2017 10:42 AM, PDT | MovieWeb | See recent MovieWeb news »

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, »

- MovieWeb

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Dr. Ian Malcolm Will Make His Big Return in the Jurassic World Sequel

26 April 2017 9:20 AM, PDT | POPSUGAR | See recent BuzzSugar news »

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

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There’s a Familiar Face Returning to ‘Jurassic World 2’

26 April 2017 8:57 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

If you weren’t excited before…

A few years ago when it was announced that we were being invited back into the world of Jurassic Park, the big question on everyone’s mind was, “how will this new film connect to the original trilogy?” There were theories that Chris Pratt’s character was a grown version of a little boy seen in the first film — a theory Pratt himself recently shot down — but aside from assurances by the producers that this would be a continuation and not a full-on reboot, and a few lines of dialogue here and there, Jurassic World stands on its own, dependent on its own characters to propel the film. But now, with Jurassic World 2 in production for director J.A. Bayona, there’s word that we’re getting an honest to goodness, verifiable link to the original films, via perhaps the most beloved character in the franchise: Jeff Goldblum’s Dr. Ian Malcolm »

- H. Perry Horton

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Jeff Goldblum Returning For Jurassic World 2

26 April 2017 8:43 AM, PDT | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Dr. Ian Malcolm is coming back to the Jurassic franchise in Jurassic World 2!  Come inside for more!

The man who taught me about ripple effects and that it was wrong to "play God" is joining Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in Jurassic World 2!  As first reported by THR, Jeff Goldblum will reprise his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm for the, J.A. Bayona directed, sequel, set to come out next year.

Goldblum first played the suave, know-it-all mathematician in 1993's Jurassic Park where he delivered one of my favorite lines, "When you gotta go, you gotta go."  He later had his own solo flick in the Jurassic Park sequel, The Lost World.

In both films, Dr. Malcolm has never really seemed keen on the idea of dinosaurs roaming the Earth once again, with good reason.  Jurassic World 2 is set to be a much darker and scarier film, which does bode well for the good doctor. »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Matt Malliaros)

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Jeff Goldblum Is Heading Back to Jurassic Park for 'Jurassic World 2'

26 April 2017 7:52 AM, PDT | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

The Jurassic Park franchise has never kept much character continuity between the sequels. The Lost World's main returning player was Jeff Goldblum's Ian Malcolm. But then he cycled out and Dr. Grant (Sam Neil) came back for Jurassic Park 3, with a very small cameo from Dr. Sattler (Laura Dern). None of them returned for Jurassic World, which instead brought back only two characters from the franchises' past: Dr. Wu (B.D. Wong) and the T. rex. Sticking with that pattern of cycling...

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Doctor Ian Malcom Is Heading Back to Jurassic Park for 'Jurassic World 2'

26 April 2017 7:52 AM, PDT | Fandango | See recent Fandango news »

The Jurassic Park franchise has never kept much character continuity between the sequels. The Lost World's main returning player was Jeff Goldblum's Ian Malcolm. But then he cycled out and Dr. Grant (Sam Neil) came back for Jurassic Park 3, with a very small cameo from Dr. Sattler (Laura Dern). None of them returned for Jurassic World, which instead brought back only two characters from the franchises' past: Dr. Wu (B.D. Wong) and the T. rex. Sticking with that pattern of cycling...

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Jeff Goldblum will fight dinosaurs once again in Jurassic World 2

26 April 2017 2:37 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Jon Lyus

Big news from the blockbuster world this morning. J. A. Bayona’s Jurassic World 2 will see Jeff Goldblum reprising his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm bringing an air of rockstar rebelliousness back to the franchise. One of the standouts stars in the original Jurassic Park and its much misunderstood sequel, The Lost World. Sixteen years after battling dinosaurs in San Diego we’ll get to see how time has treated the leather jacket-wearing chaos-theorist.

The first image released from Jurassic World 2, see our thoughts in the Mouth Off video below.

We know that J. A. Bayona has teased plans for the ongoing series, which is so far set to be a trilogy. Rumours of weaponised dinosaurs, and nesting islands are still flying around, and it’ll be a while until we have any further clarification. The cast has grown in recent months, with the likes of Rafe Spall »

- Jon Lyus

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Doctor Ian Malcom Is Heading Back to Jurassic Park for 'Jurassic World 2'

26 April 2017 1:15 AM, PDT | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

The Jurassic Park franchise have never kept much character continuity between the sequels. The Lost World's main returning player was Jeff Goldblum's Ian Malcolm. But then he cycled out and Dr. Grant (Sam Neil) came back for Jurassic Park 3, with a very small cameo from Dr. Sattler (Laura Dern). None of them returned for Jurassic World, which instead brought back only two characters from the franchises' past: Dr. Wu (B.D. Wong) and the t-rex. Sticking with that pattern of cycling people in and out, The Hollywood Reporter has just announced Jeff Goldblum will be back for the sequel to Jurassic World. There's no word yet on how big of a role the wise-cracking, sexy mathematician will have in the story, but then again we also don't really know anything about...

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- Peter Hall

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Jeff Goldblum’s Dr. Ian Malcolm Will Return For ‘Jurassic World 2’

25 April 2017 7:39 PM, PDT | The Playlist | See recent The Playlist news »

Life, uh, finds a way! Big news in the world of dinosaurs tonight: Fan favorite Dr. Ian Malcolm will return. While the character was nowhere to be found in Colin Trevorrow’s “Jurassic World,” The Hollywood Reporter reports that the know-it-all mathematician and beloved character, who somehow survived both “Jurassic Park” and its sequel ‘The Lost World,’ will be heading back to the franchise.

Continue reading Jeff Goldblum’s Dr. Ian Malcolm Will Return For ‘Jurassic World 2’ at The Playlist. »

- Edward Davis

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Newswire: Jeff Goldblum refuses to learn his lesson about dinosaurs, signs up for Jurassic World 2

25 April 2017 7:14 PM, PDT | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

Not counting a very elderly T. rex, Mr. DNA, and some night vision goggles, the only real character from the original Jurassic Park to pop up in Colin Trevorrow’s sequel/reboot Jurassic World was B.D. Wong’s Dr. Henry Wu. That’s going to change for Jurassic World 2, though, with The Hollywood Reporter revealing that Jeff Goldblum’s Dr. Ian Malcolm will be making a very ill-advised return to the world of dinosaur-filled theme parks. Goldblum’s character last appeared in 1997’s The Lost World, and though we don’t know anything about what he’ll be doing in Jurassic World 2, he’ll probably have something to say about chaos theory, his distaste for dinosaur droppings, and the fact that life, uh, finds a way.

Jurassic World 2 is being directed by A Monster CallsJ.A. Bayona, and along with Goldblum, it’ll feature ...

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- Sam Barsanti

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The Most Disappointing Year in Movies

25 April 2017 10:02 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

In 1997, a film cynic was born.

Seeing Star Wars ruined should have been a sign that 1997 would be the worst year ever for blockbusters. George Lucas’s Special Editions, intended to “improve” the original trilogy but mostly doing the opposite, started arriving in January. By the time of the release of the new version of Return of the Jedi in March, my anticipation for anything ought to have been demolished. But I couldn’t have imagined that was only the beginning.

Actually, the first steps towards the end of an era were made in the early ’90s. That just wasn’t a great time for big movies compared to the prior decade. Some of my biggest letdowns of all time included Hudson Hawk in 1991 and Death Becomes Her in 1992. Jurassic Park wasn’t good enough for me, having read the book. Independence Day put me to sleep in the theater. Beloved »

- Christopher Campbell

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They Simply Don’t Make Movies Like ‘The Lost City of Z’ Anymore

24 April 2017 9:21 AM, PDT | FilmSchoolRejects.com | See recent FilmSchoolRejects news »

A slice of damn fine classic filmmaking.

Director James Gray has quietly been building himself a towering resume. His biggest success came with 2007’s We Own the Night, but the most important thing for Gray is making the films he wants to make. The Lost City of Z is a testament to his abilities and proof that his convictions are worthwhile. Lost City of Z is the kind of film you wish more studios would be making in 2017; there should be more artists being able to craft in this way, but so many are pigeonholed into giant tentpole adaptations.

The film is based on the 2009 novel of the same name by David Grann and tells the story of British explorer Percy Fawcett. Fawcett made it his life’s journey to find the mystery of a secret, highly advanced civilization in the Amazon. It would become what he would call the Lost City of Z (pronounced Zed in »

- Max Covill

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The Lost City of Z movie review: archaeology was his religion

18 April 2017 2:26 PM, PDT | www.flickfilosopher.com | See recent FlickFilosopher news »

MaryAnn’s quick take… An adventure of the intellect and of the heart with the real-life explorer who inspired Indiana Jones, one more about the journey than the destination. I’m “biast” (pro): love a good adventure; love director James Gray

I’m “biast” (con): nothing

I have not read the source material

(what is this about? see my critic’s minifesto)

He was a real-life Indiana Jones. Literally: the Harrison Ford character was based on British explorer Percy Fawcett, one of the last of those intrepid men (always men, of course) to boldly venture into uncharted (by white people, that is) territory in search of knowledge, and to fill in the blank spaces on the maps. A cartographer and archaeologist, he was obsessed with the idea that remnants of a lost dead civilization were hidden in the Amazonian jungles, and he disappeared — along with his traveling companion, »

- MaryAnn Johanson

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Pirates 5 Director Set To Direct Micro, Based On Michael Crichton's Final Novel

7 April 2017 11:00 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Michael Crichton was quite the prolific writer before his death nearly a decade ago in 2008. His influence on Hollywood looms large, authoring the novels Jurassic Park and The Lost World, upon which the Steven Spielberg built a franchise, in addition to writing and directing the original 1973 film Westworld, which laid the groundwork for the hit HBO show of the same name. The man has a reputation for putting humans in perilous situations with non-human entities, and his final novel Mirco is no different.

Mirco is another thriller, focusing on a team of graduate students who are lured to Hawaii to work for a mysterious biotech company. That is, until they are miniaturized and released into the rain forest with nothing but their scientific know-how and wits to survive. Hmmm... humans go to a tropical locale and have to face giant monsters? And it is all intended to build a new franchise? »

- Nick Doll

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Jurassic World 2: First Set Photo Released! Looks Like The Dinos May Be In Trouble

8 March 2017 2:36 PM, PST | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Jurassic World was a huge hit, both for the Millennials and for the people that saw Jurassic Park when it first came out in the theaters. There is something compelling about a world of gigantic ravenous dinosaurs that could devour you in one bite and demolish entire cities. But hey, is that not what most mega blockbusters are these days anyways -- the threat of total annihilation? Jurassic World 2 is sure to follow the trend, but the first picture shared today by Colin Trevorrow, who directed the first installment and co-wrote part two along with Derek Connolly, may tell a different story. Take a look!

First photo from the set. JW2 lives! #JW2 #JurassicWorld pic.twitter.com/ENLQCrlzW6

Frank Marshall (@LeDoctor) March 8, 2017

What we see here appears to be a gigantic skull of a Triceratops, and at least one Velociraptor (front-left) along with some other dinosaurs, that could possibly be »

- Drew Carlton

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'Kong: Skull Island': Film Review

2 March 2017 2:00 PM, PST | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Mix King Kong with The Lost World, spike it with a bracing dash of Apocalypse Now and you've got Kong: Skull Island, in which Warner Bros. finally gets the effects-driven fantasy adventure formula right again after numerous misfires. This highly entertaining return of one of the cinema's most enduring giant beasts moves like crazy — the film feels more like 90 minutes than two hours — and achieves an ideal balance between wild action, throwaway humor, genre refreshment and, perhaps most impressively, a nonchalant awareness of its own modest importance in the bigger scheme of things; unlike most modern »

- Todd McCarthy

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