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In honour of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow released the first poster for the film via his official Twitter account. Featuring beautiful artwork by Mark Englert, according to Trevorrow the poster will be available at Comic-Con to a “resourceful few”. Our guess is that you’ll have to be more than resourceful to get your hands on one of these.
The poster contains quite a few clues about where Trevorrow is going with this new Jurassic Park installment, the most obvious being the return of my favourite and yours, the velociraptor. At first glance, it seems to just be standing on Isla Nublar, but a closer look reveals a mangled and plant-covered Park vehicle with a clutch of eggs in it. »
- Amanda Wood
“You bred raptors?” Dr. Alan Grant first posed this chilling question during a tour of the dinosaur cloning lab on Isla Nublar over 20 years ago. Soon after, Grant and friends boarded the self-navigated vehicles on the Jurassic Park tour that would go horribly wrong. A new poster for the upcoming Jurassic World pays tribute to its past by featuring a deadly velociraptor and a garishly painted park ride, and it will be available exclusively at Sdcc.
Though it’s guaranteed to be at Comic-Con, it’s unknown at this time how many prints of this Jurassic World poster by artist Mark Englert will be available and where they may be purchased. Englert did, however, tweet the following for clarification:
“Going to San Diego? Text Jurassic to 834567 for updates on when and where to pick up the poster at Sdcc.”
In April, Jurassic World began filming in Hawaii. Set for release »
- Derek Anderson
The first Jurassic World movie poster has debuted online.
Designed by Mark Englert, the poster will be available in limited quantities at this week's Comic-Con event in San Diego.
According to Englert, the poster incorporates elements from the previous movies and revolves around the theme of nature overtaking technology.
It shows a Raptor having built its nest in the crushed Ford Explorer from the original film.
"After milling over what I'd like to see as a fan, I decided to try and incorporate elements from the previous movies and try to connect how they have led up to the newest story in the series," writes Engbert on his blog.
"Jurassic World takes place back on Isla Nublar, where the park from the first movie failed before it even opened.
"I wanted to subtly establish the setting, the theme of nature overtaking technology and that a new park with a new »
Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has taken to Twitter to debut some exclusive artwork for the dino sequel from illustrator Mark Englert, which will be available exclusively at the San Diego Comic-Con later this week…
Jurassic World is written and directed by Colin Treverrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) and stars Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy), Bryce Dallas Howard (Terminator Salvation), Jake Johnson (New Girl), Vincent D’Onofrio (Law & Order: Criminal Intent), Omar Sy (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Bd Wong (Jurassic Park), Irrfan Khan (The Amazing Spider-Man), Judy Greer (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes), Nick Robinson (The Kings of Summer), and Lauren Lapkus (Orange is the New Black). The film is set for release on June 12th 2015.
The post Comic-Con artwork for Jurassic World appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
Beyond the personal excitement for Jurassic World, today we’ve got the first look at artist Mark Englert’s poster that’s been exclusively produced for Sdcc 2014 and it’s another very special piece of art.
There’s no hiding that I’m a big fan of his work and the fact that he’s now taken on on the biggest upcoming relaunch…is mightily exciting. Jurassic Park is one of my all-time favourites and we know there’s a lot of love across the world out there, so when it was announced that Colin Trevorrow was bringing us some new dino’s, we definitely feel it’s in good hands.
If you’re lucky enough to be in and around Sdcc 2014, the keep an eye out for Universal who say they’ll be giving this away during the huge celebration of all things awesome. This poster shows us glimpses »
- Dan Bullock
With the coming of Comic-Con every year, fans can look forward to a slew of rumors, news and promotion for all the big upcoming blockbusters. With only a few days now to go until Comic-Con 2014, that stream has slowly begun, and today we’ve got our first glimpse at an excellent piece of promotion for the movie I’m most excited for: Jurassic World.
This poster, which was done by Mark Englert, doesn’t go crazy with the photoshopped images or other digital effects. Instead, it just shows a raptor perched on top of a truck that looks very similar to the car the T-Rex attacked in the original Jurassic Park. While some fans may be looking for a more fearsome dinosaur or a better look at the plot of the film, this is the sort of poster I would love to snag a print of for my collection. It’s simple and tasteful, »
- Alexander Lowe
Yes, I said "first art." Yes, the headline says 'first poster.' The internet lies to you, welcome to adulthood.
Exclusive Jurassic World art from @MarkEnglert, available at Sdcc to a resourceful few. pic.twitter.com/9vlX3vlcDG
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) July 21, 2014
There are 500.
So chances are I'm just talking to people who won't have this awesome poster, which kind of sucks, but advertising comes in all forms, even from me, here are the deets:
For more info, Text Jurassic to 834567 for updates on when and where to pick up the poster at Sdcc... it also may be a good idea to follow@JurassicPark on Twitter and @JurassicWorld on Instagram.
Let's pretend you're crazy and 500 posters in San Diego for a few days isn't quite rare enough for you. »
Just in time for the madness of this week's San Diego Comic-Con, director Colin Trevorrow has released the first official bit of Jurassic World artwork early on Twitter. Though more than fit for mass consumption, we recommend chewing slowly. It's the good stuff!
Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) penned the script with Derek Connolly and directs. Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, and Pat Crowley produce Jurassic World. In theaters June 12, 2015, this is a new sci-fi terror adventure set 22 years after the horrific events of the original Jurassic Park.
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- Steve Barton
In the canon of remakes-that-are-taking-forever-to-get-made, "Westworld" would be up there. The project is slowly developing for years and never quite getting anywhere, but last year J.J. Abrams and Jonah Nolan signed up to produce the movie for HBO, with the latter writing the script and directing the pilot. Well, it seems it's a step closer to happening as offers are now out for actors to fill the roles of the futuristic flick about robots run amok. According to Film Divider, Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood and James Marsden have been offered roles in the potential series. The concept will be similar—set in a futuristic, Western-themed amusement park—but it will instead focus on the robots....who don't realize they are robots. But you still need humans, and Hopkins has apparently been offered the part of Westworld proprietor, Dr. Ford, who is described as a mix between "Dr. Moreau, part Blade Runner’s Dr. »
- Kevin Jagernauth
Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: The Line To […]
- Peter Sciretta
You’ll be hearing more and more news about the San Diego Comic-Con this week, especially since the event kicks off on Wednesday. As usual, film companies are promising exclusive goodies to raise awareness, and director Colin Trevorrow has just premiered a brand new poster for Jurassic World that will be offered to 'Con-goers who can track it down.Exclusive Jurassic World art from @MarkEnglert, available at Sdcc to a resourceful few. pic.twitter.com/9vlX3vlcDG— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) July 21, 2014 Designed by artist Mark Englert and designed as a limited edition, the new poster features a velociraptor front and centre, and decidedly not confined to an enclosure, which points to the toothy carnivores once more running riot around Jurassic Park – or, as it is now know, Jurassic World.So far, we know that the new movie is set years after Steven Spielberg’s original film, with the attraction now up and running. »
Director Colin Trevorrow premiered the following first poster for Jurassic World, which will be available at this year's Comic Con in San Diego for fans in attendance. The poster was designed by artist Mark Englert and will be available only as a limited edition print. Picking up 22 years after the events in Jurassic Park, we have yet to receive an official plot synopsis, though the film will be set on Isla Nublar and the cast includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan, Omar Sy and Judy Greer. Check out the poster below. And here are some shots from Englert's Instagram feed and if you'll be at Comic Con, text Jurassic to 834567 for updates on when and where to pick up the poster... charges may apply. »
- Brad Brevet
The hype for Comic-Con continues with just two days before the pop culture convention launches in San Diego. And while there may not be a full panel for Colin Trevorrow's forthcoming sequel/reboot Jurassic World, that doesn't mean Universal won't have a presence for the film produced by Steven Spielberg. In fact, the director just revealed an exclusive poster that fans will be able to get their hands on at Comic-Con. It features a velociraptor perched on the remains of one of the old Jurassic Park vehicles as the scene behind shows construction of the operational park we'll see in Jurassic World. The piece comes from artist Mark Englert, who recently did some Disney artwork and had a piece in the Ghostbusters art show. Look! Here's the Comic-Con exclusive poster for Jurassic World from director Colin Trevorrow: If you want this cool poster from Comic-Con, Collider says you can follow @JurassicPark on Twitter, »
- Ethan Anderton
Well, this is going to be a problem. Colin Trevorrow just tweeted out a stunning Jurassic World poster that a special few will get their hands on at San Diego Comic-Con, but included zero details on how to get it. I’m still bummed I haven’t been able to get the Jc Richard or Aaron Horkey Jurassic Park prints for Mondo, so scoring one of these Mark Englert designs might have to be an Sdcc 2014 priority. The combination of the old and new here is particularly impressive. We’ve got the park construction going on in the background, but a very familiar smashed Jurassic Park vehicle up front. However, it isn’t the one responsible for the destruction looming over the flipped car, but rather a Velociraptor. Perhaps they’re the guys in charge this time around? Hit the jump to check out the art for yourself. The film »
- Perri Nemiroff
The film, which is set for an October 10 release in the UK, is based on the popular, post-apocalyptic novels by James Dashner, and features the likes of Dylan O’Brien and Will Poulter, and hopes to emulate the likes of Divergent and The Hunger Games, as fellow young adult fiction novels brought to life on the big screen.
“I tell you one thing,” Ball told HeyUGuys, “I have a newfound respect for anybody who makes a movie that makes it up on screen. Because it is so hard. There are so many things that are against you, so many challenges that are out of your control. It’s crazy. I’m not so hard on movies any more because I know how difficult it really is. »
- Stefan Pape
I’m flying solo this week as Tom has selfishly gone on his Honeymoon. And yes, the podcast is a day earlier than usual. Well spotted. Anyway, on this weeks podcast…. Vic’s Trivia Three – Some of the greatest movie trivia to grace your hearing holes. This week includes Wall-e, Jurassic Park and a friendly neighbourhood super-hero Reviews – Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes – Short review as the full review is on last weeks podcast A critically acclaimed screen actor quotes lines from movies he hasn’t starred in – This week our acclaimed actor takes on The Other Guys News – This weeks big stories discussed including lots of Marvel news and video game conversions And we have plenty of ways of making you listen... TuneIn App Users Click here – iOS / Android / Windows Phone Stitcher Users Click here – iOS / Android Subscribe on iTunes – Click here (Click view in iTunes and »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Vic Barry)
Directed by Dean Parisot
“Never give up. Never surrender.” Truer words have never been spoken. In 1999, the science fiction genre was shaken up a bit by a movie so smart and so funny that no other film has managed to duplicate its greatness ever since. That film is Galaxy Quest, a hilarious satire of all things sci-fi, most specifically the Star Trek franchise. Galaxy Quest isn’t simply a parody of Star Trek, though. It’s a parody of a show within a movie that bears an extraordinary resemblance to Star Trek, and this goofy send-up is the perfect recipe for intelligent humor, dazzling special effects, and pure movie magic.
- Randall Unger
It's been 21 years since 'Jurassic Park' burst onto the big screen and inspired a generation of kids to major in Archaeology only to be saddled with copious amounts of debt and few job prospects…thanks a lot Steven Spielberg. But we've been watching it wrong for years! This isn't the story of how human hubris and greed coalesced into a perfect storm of velociraptor vengeance! It was the story of one leader's quest to get off that island and exact revenge on the man who tortured her sisters. The elusive man who kept them in a cage and would not tell them why. Clever Girl was the original Jack Shephard. Artist Nekoama was able to see the writing on the wall, the story we all missed. From the Velociraptors' perspective, they were just trying to save these large, bumbling hairless mammals from their own stupidity. They were progressive »
- Donna Dickens
Old movie theaters can be home to plenty of ghosts. We're talking lots of energy.... from the audiences themselves to even the movies that played there. Sound intriguing? Then you'll be very interested to check out the Ghosts of the Odeon.
From the Press Release
Chester’s 1936 Art Deco Odeon cinema closed in the late 1990s and has stood empty ever since. In the next few years it is to be redeveloped as part of the Re:new project, transforming it into a cultural center in the heart of the city.
As part of this venture, the Chester Film Co-op was born - a creative place for filmmakers and artists to meet, make films, and share ideas. As a member of the Film Co-op, Chat Noir Productions was commissioned to make three films about the Odeon, the first a short film inside the abandoned cinema. Rather than just document the state of the building, »
- Steve Barton
On tap for you Bollywood fans are some new artwork and the first trailer for director Vikram Bhatt's 3D monster movie Creature 3D. If some ill-placed zany dance number breaks out during the flick, which is typical of Bollywood features, everyone gets eaten!
"[Our] creature has more screen time than the dinosaur had in Jurassic Park," said Bhatt.
He added, "I can proudly say that with Creature we have been, if not better, at least on par with any Hollywood studio. We have one hour of creature sequences for a two-hour film. The idea is to give the audience a lot more. The creature films in the West are made on the basis of scientific reasons like genetic mutation or change of chemical. But our creature is based on mythology... It is a character taken from our old stories."
Look for more on this one soon! »
- Steve Barton
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