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[13.10.2003] The Billings Gazette meldet...
Legendary paleontologist Jack Horner [...] worked closely with director Steven Spielberg as a technical adviser on the "Jurassic Park" movies. He told the youths, much to their delight, hat he is working with Spielberg on "Jurassic Park IV". He was tight-lipped about the plot but offered up one tidbit of information: "If you like velociraptors, you will love Jurassic Park Four," Horner said to his exuberant audience. [...]

[20.09.2003] AICN meldet...
[...] Writer William Monahan has been writing the script from an original story by Stephen Spielberg. We know that it will not take place in the jungle or any "green" environment. We know that Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum are on board. We know that Stan Winston's crew are in heavy design mode for the film. We know that there should be a ton of new breeds of dinos, and that Steven has apparently been mining Crichton's original novel for more unused material ( the river sequence? ) Lastly... we know it is set for SUMMER 2005. Well now we know this...
Hi. I was listening to BBC 5 radio station and Sir Richard Attenborough (sp) was talking about his career etc. He stated that Steven Speilberg had contacted him about Jurassic Park 4, which SIr Richard said he would do. [...]


[17.07.2003] SF Wire meldet...
Producer Kathleen Kennedy told SCI FI Wire that novelist William Monahan has completed a first draft of the script for a proposed fourth Jurassic Park movie. Kennedy added that the sequel will move off the islands of the first three Jurassic Park films. "Let's just say it takes place someplace else," she said in an interview. "It will not be green. We will not go back to the jungle."
Monahan makes his screenwriting debut on the upcoming Ridley Scott film Tripoli, which is what attracted Kennedy to the writer. "[Tripoli is a] very different genre than what we're talking about doing with Jurassic, which is why I'm excited about Jurassic, because I think he'll bring something to it that's going to make it feel fresh."
No director has been approached or even discussed yet for the project. Kennedy said that she believes she and Jurassic Park director Steven Spielberg will act as producers, with plans for a 2005 release. Kennedy said that she feels some pressure from Universal Pictures to hurry a sequel, but added that she is determined to make a good film above anything else. "It's become personal," she said. "We're not going to spend two or three years of our lives working 12-, 14-, 16-hour days on something that we don't care about. And sometimes I think people think, 'Well, how can you go off and make Jurassic IV and care about it?' Well, you can if there's a good story. They're as fun to make as they are to watch, hopefully. So you're trying just as hard to put the ingredients into that. It's more difficult to make a really good Jurassic Park movie, sometimes, than it is to do a really good drama, because you've got so many combinations of things." [...]


[15.07.2003] DH meldet...
The first rumoured synopsis of the dino flick is up at the IMDb and here's a copy - be sceptical folks: "65 million years ago, a terrible disease plauged the Earth which brought about the extinction of the dinosaurs. In the early eighties, when InGen cloned the dinosaurs, they also brought this disease back with them and it has been present ever since before Jurassic Park (thus explaining the sick Triceratops and Brachiosaur). Now this disease has become fully active in the dinosaurs and they're all getting very ill. When dinosaur carcasses start washing up on the shore of Costa Rica, a team (including Alan Grant) is called out to find out what's going on. They head to the islands to study the dinosaurs and find out about the disease, known as DX. They also discover the disease is transferable to humans and could possibly bring on our own extinction".

[12.07.2003] Bei CS! gibt es folgende Meldung...
[...] Sam Neill has revealed he'll once again walk with dinosaurs in Jurassic Park IV.
"They have a story that defies sequel-it is by building on what's gone before, and not just repeating it," says Neill, who will reprise the role of paleontologist Alan Grant from Jurassic's I and III.
"I don't like to count my chickens before they hatch, but I think this will exceed expectations. I'm looking forward to it, actually."
While script details are being kept under wraps, it's a safe bet we'll see rampaging dinosaurs wreak serious havoc. Producer Steven Spielberg rolls cameras in California and Hawaii next year for a 2005 release.


[15.05.2003] Bei CountingDown gab es kürzlich folgende Insider-Meldung...
I was one of the many tireless runners lucky enough to be working on the set of Pirates of the Caribbean. Shooting was completed several weeks ago, and I wanted to share a little bit of goss that I was privy to. As you may or may not be aware, some of 'Pirates' was filmed in Los Angeles, California. While we were there, Keira Knightley took half a day off to meet with Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy. Word going around the set was that she is being considered for a role in the upcoming Jurassic Park film, and that Spielberg just wanted to have a casual meeting with her first. Keira later confirmed that the meeting was indeed regarding JPIV, and she might play the granddaughter of the Richard Attenborough character. She said there was no actual agreement made, but Spielberg definitely has her under consideration.

[15.04.2003] DH meldet...
Talking with Box-Office Magazine, Stan Winston revealed what's up with a fourth "Jurassic Park" feature and its progress - "Plenty of brainstorming sessions with Steven Spielberg! Even though it’s pretty early in the piece, things are moving forward very nicely. We’re into the design phase here at the studio. Our drawings and concepts get submitted to Steven, who makes changes or corrections if he wants to...There is no official director yet, but yeah, it is going ahead slowly but surely". What can we expect in regards to the story - "Expect to see many new dinosaurs, as well as some old favorites from the last three movies. There are also several previously unfilmed scenes from Michael Crichton’s novels which Steven is looking to adapt, plus a whole bunch of really creative new stuff". JP4 is slated for a 2005 release.

[08.04.2003] Reingefallen !?! Dan's JP3 Page erlaubte sich folgenden Aprilscherz...
Commenting that the fourth installment in the popular Jurassic Park series would require "every bit" of his directorial skills, "Con Air" helmer Simon West (news - web sites) said he was up for the gargantuan task of directing the summer '05 Universal tent-pole release. "We've already seen beautiful and dangerous dinosaurs," West told Variety. "But we've never actually seen a dinosaur battle between an army of dinosaurs and heavily armored military vehicles!" Spielberg's Amblin will once again produce. "We know Simon will bring his trademark cinematic and storytelling style to JP4," said Kathleen Kennedy.

[28.03.2003] Dan's JP3 Page meldet...
It looks like plans for JP4 are going forward, albeit a little later than expected: I have it on very very good authority that Universal has booked a "block of at least 80 rooms" at a Hawaiian hotel for the Fall of 2004, for use by the crew of JP4. My source reports that they'll be a "certain crew working on a certain dino movie." Hmm.. Fall of 04, finish filming by Christmas, out in time to hit screens a few weeks before Ep3? And so it begins.

[31.01.2003] Bei DH gibt es einen Spy-Report von Steel Maverick...
"I just wanted to pass along to you some interesting tid-bits I learned about the fourth Jurassic Park movie (I'm a big fan) whilst visiting the Amblin offices. They were tight-lipped about the big details, but I managed to get some VERY cool goodies for you all:
12 years after the first movie, John Hammond's dinosaurs have apparently become urban legend. Most of the public has become skeptical they ever existed. Part of the plot involves the discovery of previously unidentified lizard-like animals showing up on mainland Costa Rica and conflicting with the locals (killing them?). To find out what the heck is going on, a team of experts chart an expedition to one of the off-shore islands. They find out the dinosaurs are thriving and breeding at an uncontrollable rate, so much so that it poses a threat to the nearby continent. They must find a way to curb the spread of the dinos or face an ecological disaster.
I want to make clear that is not the WHOLE story. There is apparently some top-secret aspect of the plot that they refused to even hint to me. They only said that Spielberg was "delighted" with it. In Michael Crichton's novel The Lost World it was discovered that the dinosaurs have been accidentally infected by a disease code-named DX by InGen. Expect this concept to be carried over to JPIV. They don't end up sending in the military to bomb the place, because in time, DX will prevent the dino's continued existence. This leads me to believe JPIV will probably be the last one.
Spielberg is indeed looking to get Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum back on board as part of the "team of experts." I asked eveyone I could if they knew of Richard Attenborough's involvement, but nobody knew "at this stage." I got the impression that everyone is feeling JPIV will turn out to be something quite special, more an intelligent thriller in the vein of the original (which would REALLY be cool!)"


[14.01.2003] JPDb meldet...
In the latest issue of Hollywood Exclusive magazine, "The Buzz" recently put the rumor of Lost World co-star Vince Vaughn returning in Jurassic Park 4 to rest.
"Well, it looks like all those rumors about Vince Vaughn reprising his role as Nick Van Owen, the activist photographer from The Lost World and playing the lead role in Jurassic Park 4 can finally be put to rest. At a recent press release in Hollywood this past Thursday," Universal spokesperson Jayson Patterson finally put the rumor down saying that: "Despite all the rumors regarding Vince Vaughn returning in Jurassic Park 4, the rumors are untrue, not only will Vince not be returning, but he was never even considered for the film and was never approached."


[08.01.2003] DH meldet...
In this month's issue of Spanish mag Cinemania, Jeff Goldblum talked about two sequel potentials he might star in sometime soon. In regards to "Jurassic Park IV" he says: "Steven gave me strict instructions to stay available, because it's not entirely impossible that the services of my character will be required. I said what any sane actor would say to Steven: Yes, Mr. Spielberg. The second you need me to be measured for shoe size, don't hesitate to call, I'll be there". [...]

[19.11.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Jeff Goldblum hat nun in einem Interview gemeint, die Chancen wuerden sehr gut dafuer stehen, dass er in "Jurassic Park IV" mitwirken werde. Auch Sam Neill und moeglicherweise Vince Vaughn wuerden im Film zu sehen sein sagte er "Hollywood Reporter". Ausserdem werde wieder ein T-Rex im Film zu sehen sein sowie ein Dilophosaurus und ein Mososaurus.

[07.11.2002] Hollywood Reporter meldet...
Universal Pictures is going forward on a fourth installment of its "Jurassic Park" franchise and is making a deal with scribe William Monahan to write the script. The story is being kept under wraps, but Steven Spielberg and Kathleen Kennedy are back on board producing. [...] As of yet, no director is on board the fourth film, which is being overseen by production president Mary Parent and production vp Tim O'Hair. [...]

[06.11.2002] DH meldet...
Sam Neill was in Queenstown, New Zealand recently and 'Mark' got to speak him about the fourth 'Jurassic' flick: "Yeah, Steven Spielberg and his people are quite busy prepping another one. There is a chance you'll see me in it. I'm as surprised as anyone, because I didn't think there was any way they could get Alan Grant involved again. But they came up with a clever idea. Steven just blew me away with the story....something frightnening is happening concerning those dinosaurs that doesn't necessarily bode well for us humans. Scientists never seem to learn". What sort of tone can we expect? "You know that feeling when you first saw the original film, and you were so in awe, and felt so swept away and mesmerised by the sheer majesty of it all? I believe this premise has the potential to elicit that same kind of response. Out of all the concepts that've been created for these movies, this is possibly my favorite".

[18.10.2002] Alessandro Nivola hat zwar für "JPIV" unterschrieben, erzählt aber IGN FilmForce, dass er hofft, dass "JPIV" nicht gedreht wird...
[...] "Because it was..." Nivola gathers his thoughts. "It was like the only part I've ever done that just had nothing for me to latch on to, character-wise. And it was just," again, he exhales, and this time leans forward to where he puts his forehead almost on the table. He looks up, "It was kind of maddening."
"I have to say, Sam Neill got me through it," adds Nivola. "He got me through it because he played ukulele, and we could sit around in our trailers and strum Beach Boys songs." Laughing, he concludes, "And if it hadn't been for that, I would have gone out of my mind." [...]


[15.10.2002] Bei TFN gibt es ein Zitat von Filmkomponist John Williams...
Well, I'm certainly busy as ever, which I enjoy. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is definitely in my future. Star Wars Episode 3 will follow that, which I'm very much looking forward to doing. It's like the completion of an epic journey. Then I'm back with Steven Spielberg for the fourth Indiana Jones, an exciting project that seems to have attracted incredible interest. Steven has also expressed his desire for me to score the next Jurassic Park film, which he is developing presently. It's a genre I would just adore to revisit, so I'll do my best to be available for it.

[11.10.2002] CS! meldet...
The "New Zealand Listener" featured a talk with fellow New Zealander Sam Neill, who once again hints that JP4 is in development, and that he just might play a part, according to Spielberg:
Q: The role you're most internationally recognized for is probably Alan Grant from Jurassic Park. Any truth to the reports there will be yet another sequel? Are you involved?
SN: Oh, well I could...Actually, I'm...(laughs). I'm not sure what I'm allowed to say in regard to this. Yes, another Jurassic Park is in the developmental stages at the moment. I think I can say that without being arrested, or eaten by one of those scary dinosaurs (laughs). As for my involvement, it's a possibility. I certainly had a ripper of a time doing the previous two, so I have no objection in that respect. Steven (Spielberg) has spoken with me briefly about the new story they are working on, which is remarkably inventive and intriguing, by the way.
Q: Any plot teasers you would care to share with New Zealand first?
SN: (laughs heartily) You really DO want to get me arrested, don't you? No, I'm very sorry, no juicy secrets from me. Steven has indicated I may have some part in the film, but I'll leave it at that. From what I know, it's pretty early goings. As always, I'll wait for the finished script, and just see how my schedule shapes up.


[10.07.2002] Bloody Disgusting sprach mit dem Special Effects Guru Stan Winston über "Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines", "Jurassic Park 4", "Alien vs. Predator" und "Alien 5"...
[...] according to Stan, the film is in it's scripting stage, and a very very early one at that, but it seems inevitable to happen in the very near future. [...]

[13.06.2002] CHUD hat ein Zitat von Spielberg aus dem "Starlog Magazine"...
"Starlog: 'Jurassic Park III' was such a huge hit that a fourth adventure would seem like a no-brainer. Will there be another sequel?
Spielberg: You're talking to the guy who has got to decide, and at this point I've pretty much decided to do a 'Jurassic IV'. Similar to the third Jurassic, I will not direct it. I would hope that I could get Joe Johnston to direct this one, too, but it's up to him. I'll certainly offer it to Joe before I offer it to anyone else. We actually have a wonderful story that I think is the best story since the very first movie. In fact, I wish it were the third story instead of the fourth one. It came late, but it is actually the best story I've heard for a dinosaur movie since the Michael Crichton book. And I'm not going to tell you anything about it. My lips are sealed."


[29.04.2002] Die NZ veröffentlichte kürzlich die gesammelten "Gerüchte um Jurassic Park IV"...
Noch sind es nur Spekulationen, doch die werden in Hollywood öfter wahr: Das Universal-Studio will angeblich Steven Spielberg als Regisseur für «Jurassic Park IV» verpflichten. [...]

[24.07.2001] Cindy Pearlman sprach mit "JP III"-Regisseur Joe Johnston und Darsteller Sam Neill über "JP IV"...
SPOILER >>> "It would be so easy for those birds at the end of Part 3 to just follow the helicopter with the surviving humans. They could follow them back to the mainland," hints director Joe Johnston.
And would Sam Neill return one more time? "I'd never say never again," Neill says. "I'm very happy with this movie. But my thoughts for 'Jurassic Park 4' is that we eliminate one certain aspect of American culture that bothers me. Let the T-Rex stomp on all Wal-Marts! No one would mind the dinosaurs attacking stores that brought the downfall of downtown America," says the native New Zealander.
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[17.07.2001] Bei JPAftermath.com erste Infos zu "JP IV"...
All the actors signed into Universal contracts stating that they could possibly have to return for a fourth film. Right now, the Jurassic Park franchise is reportedly licensed to cover a total of 6 films. The Possible Plot: Right now rumors of JP4 are pretty vague. According to an E! Online gossip columnist, JP3 directory Joe Johnston has mentioned that JP4 will NOT take place on one of the Jurassic Park islands as in the previous films. And according to veteran JP star Sam Neill, the character most likely to return in Jurassic Park 4 would be (JP3 Spoiler!) Billy Brennan.

[06.07.2001] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Hat Regisseur Joe Johnston schon jetzt die Nase voll vom "Jurassic Park"? Johnston, der bei "Jurassic Park 3" Regie fuehrte, hat bereits jetzt bekanntgegeben, dass er bei einem moeglichen vierten Teil der Serie auf garkeinen Fall die Regie uebernehmen wird. Der dritte Teil der sehr war geruechteweise unter chaotischen Umstaenden zustande gekommen - u.a. musste das Drehbuch noch waehrend des Drehs mehrfach umgeschrieben werden. Mit einem vierten Teil ist nicht vor 2005 zu rechnen berichtet "DreamWorks SKG Fansite".

[02.07.2001] Bei Tracksounds gibt es ein Interview mit Don Davies, dem Soundtrack-Komponisten von "JP III", der u.a. auch nach "JP IV" gefragt wird...
"I haven’t been told anything specifically, but I get the feeling that there might just be. I think there are certainly stories to be told. My personal feeling is that they have probably used up this island-thing, but there’s no reason these creatures can’t leave the island. There was also the subplot of the Wayne Knight character stealing the embryos and placing them into the shaving cream cans. When that character was killed we don’t really know what happens to that Barbisol can. I have a feeling that there are some plots along the lines of what happened to that can which can exploited. It’s pretty fertile ground."

[13.06.2001] Laut IMDb hat Spielberg eine ""Great Idea" For Jurassic Park IV"...
Jurassic Park III director Joe Johnston, whose previous credits include Jumanji and October Sky, has told an online site that he won't direct Jurassic Park IV, should it materialize. Dan Finkelstein, who operates the Jurassic III fan site (http://www.dansjp3page.com), says that he received an email from Johnston in which the director wrote, "I think it's time for someone else to play with the dinos." Upon completing work on the current sequel, which debuts next month, Johnston said that he had felt obliged to "ratchet up the intensity ... as you get into sequel after sequel." Without providing details, Johnston wrote to the website that Steven Spielberg "has a GREAT idea for number four. ... Whoever directs it is going to have his hands full."

[23.05.2001] Coming Attractions berichtet bereits über "Jurassic Park 4"...

[22.05.2001] IMDb berichtet...
Steven Spielberg is planning to produce a Jurassic Park IV, according to New York Daily News columnist Eric Mink. Like Jurassic Park III, which opens on July 18, it will be directed by Joe Johnston, Mink said. "From what I understand, Steven is very happy with what he has seen of Joe Johnston's work in III," Spielberg spokesman Marvin Levy told Mink. "If there is a IV, Steven would again produce it. But Steven is definitely not going to direct any more Jurassics."

[14.03.2002] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Auf den ersten Platz der DVD-Kaufcharts hat sich "Jurassic Park III" diese Woche gesetzt. Auf dem zweiten Platz landete "Ritter aus Leidenschaft", "Final Fantasy" musste auf den dritten Platz ausweichen. Weitere Genre-Neueinsteiger sind auf Platz 17 Disneys "Cinderella 2" sowie auf Platz 48 die Stephen-King-Verfilmung "Needful Things". Auch als Kaufvideo ist "Jurassic Park III" diese Woche auf dem ersten Platz gelandet. Auf den dritten Platz stieg ausserdem "Cinderella 2" hier in die Charts neu ein. Auf den vierten Platz fiel derweil diese Woche "Cats & Dogs" berichtet "DVD&VideoReport".

[16.02.2002] Dan's JP3 Page hat ein Gerücht über die Story von "JPIV" veröffentlicht...
According to Leon, the UK magazine "It's on DVD" reports in their current issue that Sam Neill spilled the beans about a possible plot of JP4, telling the DVD magazine that the fourth JP movie may involve a human threat in addition to JP's signature dinos. "I have looked at a possible plot [for JP4]," Sam says. "It's going to take place more on the mainland and dig real deep into inGen's past, a much darker movie, kind of a goverment conspirasy cover-up that was suggested in a line in JP3. We plan to return to the island with a new band of people, except this time, its not only the dinosaurs that kill people, but I think the idea is that it will one of the team."

[08.11.2001] Bei GENRE II gibt es eine DVD-Kritik: "Jurassic Park III: Widescreen Collector’s Edition" !!!

[04.10.2001] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Der Regisseur Joe Johnston hat in einem Interview gesagt, er werde moeglicherweise bei einem vierten "Jurassic Park"-Kinofilm die Regie uebernehmen. Erstmal sei allerdings eine Pause erforderlich, denn Spielberg habe recht gehabt, als der gesagt habe, diese Filme seien schwer zu drehen. Im Interview mit "Empire Online" erzaehlte Johnston ausserdem, man habe bei einem fruehen Drehbuch-Entwurf von JP3 geplant, eine Gruppe von Jugendlichen a la "Friends" auf der Dino-Insel stranden lassen wollen.

[26.09.2001] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Mehr als zehn Stunden Bonus-Material wird die im November erscheinende DVD zu "Jurassic Park III" in den USA zu bieten haben. Beinhalten wird das Bonus-Material einem Bericht der Zeitschrift "Video Business" zufolge einen Insiderblick auf die Firma IL&M, eine Tour durch das Stan-Winston-Studio, sowie ein Special ueber Dinosaurier, in dem der Paleontologe Jack Horner bei Ausgrabungen zu beobachten sein wird. Audiokommentare wird u.a. das F/X-Team beisteuern.

[29.08.2001] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Sam Neill hat jetzt bei Promotion-Terminen in Australien zum Thema "Jurassic Park IV" verlauten lassen, er wolle darin nicht mitwirken. Ausserdem sei man ueberrascht gewesen, wie erfolgreich der dritte Film sich bisher geschlagen habe. Sogar Spielberg sei "ueberrascht" gewesen.

[04.08.2001] Blickpunkt:Film berichtet, dass "JP III" am Starttag bundesweit 230.000 Zuschauer verbucht und das beste Donnerstagsergebnis des laufenden Jahres erzielt hat. Damit erreichte das Dino-Sequel ein besseres Startergebnis als beispielsweise "Hannibal" und "Der Schuh des Manitu", die an ihrem ersten Donnerstag jeweils knapp über 200.000 Zuschauer in die Kinos lockten...

[03.08.2001] Die MOVIEFANS.DE-Ein-Satz-Kritik zu "JP III": Ein anfangs zäher, später rasanter Dino-Popcorn-Streifen, in dem etwas zu oft "Hörst Du das?" gesagt wird... ;-)

[02.08.2001] Heute startet "JP III" in den deutschen Kinos... Um 00:30 Uhr gibt es bei Sat 1 ein "Making Of" der S&L Medienproduktion GmbH...

[31.07.2001] UIP informiert...
Wenn ab Donnerstag der spektakulärste Film der Saurier-Saga startet, ist extreme Vorsicht vor dem neuesten Star geboten: dem Spinosaurus! Ein 13,5 Meter großer Jäger mit mörderischen Zahnreihen und einem drachenähnlichen Kamm auf dem Rücken. Effekt-Legende Stan Winston dazu: Man brauchte etwas, was den T-Rex absolut toppt. Zehn Monate drehte sich alles allein um das Design dieses Killers...

[29.07.2001] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Ein Detail des dritten "Jurassic Park"-Films hat nun Regisseur Joe Johnston verraten: Die Dino-Kacke, in die die Stars William H. Macy und Tea Leoni ihre Arme bis zu den Ellbogen hineinstecken muessen, wurde aus Tonnenweise Hafermehl hergestellt. Macy war laut "Entertainment Weekly" nicht besonders begeistert, anders Leoni: "Es war koestlich. Ich hab es mir nach den Takes jedesmal vom Arm geschleckt." Joe Johnston meinte uebrigens, dass das ganze nicht sehr realistisch sei - Dino-Kacke sei wahrscheinlich eher "duenn, waessrig und weiss" gewesen.

[27.07.2001] In der aktuellen Ausgabe der CINEMA (08/01 - Heft Nr. 279) gibt es einen 8-seitigen Bericht zu "JP III"... Die - man beachte ! - mässige Kritik gibt es auch bei CINEMA Online... Dort gibt es auch ein Special...

[26.07.2001] Wo man alle 3 "Jurassic Park"-Filme anschauen kann, verrät Dir UIP !!!

[24.07.2001] Cindy Pearlman sprach mit "JP III"-Regisseur Joe Johnston und Darsteller Sam Neill über "JP IV"...
SPOILER >>> "It would be so easy for those birds at the end of Part 3 to just follow the helicopter with the surviving humans. They could follow them back to the mainland," hints director Joe Johnston.
And would Sam Neill return one more time? "I'd never say never again," Neill says. "I'm very happy with this movie. But my thoughts for 'Jurassic Park 4' is that we eliminate one certain aspect of American culture that bothers me. Let the T-Rex stomp on all Wal-Marts! No one would mind the dinosaurs attacking stores that brought the downfall of downtown America," says the native New Zealander.
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[23.07.2001] Phantastik.de informiert...
Am Samstag wird RTL um 14:30 Uhr ein grosses Special zum Kinohit "Jurassic Park 3" praesentieren. Geboten werden Hintergrundinformationen und Interviews mit den Hauptdarstellern, dem Regisseur und dem Meister der Special Effects. Wer nicht genug von den Effekten bekommt: Die Sendung wird am 28.07.01 um 01:10 Uhr wiederholt.

[23.07.2001] UIP informiert... "Am 18. Juli lief der 3. Teil des Dino-Abenteuers JURASSIC PARK III in den USA an und spielte am ersten Wochenende 80.900.000 US-Dollar ein. Über 13,5 Millionen Besucher stürmten die Kinos."

[21.07.2001] Bei AICN gibt es ein Interview mit Stan Winston, in dem er u.a. über die Creature Effekte in "JP III" spricht...
[...] What you see with dinosaurs in Jurassic Park 3 is so far beyond anything we did in either of the two movies. The combination of technologies... there are animatronic dinosaurs and CG dinosaurs in the same shot and you cannot tell them apart. I think it's amazing footage. I'm very happy with the film. [...]

[20.07.2001] Noch mehr Kritiken: Harry von AICN und Moriarty von AICN...

[19.07.2001] Jede Menge Kritiken: Garth von Dark Horizons (7/10), Dark Horizons, The Juicy Cerebellum (4/10), Guerilla-Film (4/10), Scott Chitwood bei MHN (8/10) und Bill Rasco bei MHN (8/10)... Und bei EW.com gibt es u.a. Infos zu "JP IV"...

[18.07.2001] Bei Dark Horizons gibt es ein Interview mit Téa Leoni...

[17.07.2001] Für alle, die es nicht mehr erwarten können... Bei CountingDown.com gibt es mehrere Ausschnitte aus "JP III"... Und bei JPAftermath.com erste Infos zu "JP IV"...
All the actors signed into Universal contracts stating that they could possibly have to return for a fourth film. Right now, the Jurassic Park franchise is reportedly licensed to cover a total of 6 films. The Possible Plot: Right now rumors of JP4 are pretty vague. According to an E! Online gossip columnist, JP3 directory Joe Johnston has mentioned that JP4 will NOT take place on one of the Jurassic Park islands as in the previous films. And according to veteran JP star Sam Neill, the character most likely to return in Jurassic Park 4 would be (JP3 Spoiler!) Billy Brennan.

[16.07.2001] Bei AICN gibt es erneut mehrere Kritiken zu "JP III"... Sowie bei JAM! Movies... SPOILER !!!

[14.07.2001] Bei Sci Fi Wire gibt es mehr über den "Ringkampf" der beiden gefährlichsten Dinos... SPOILER !!!

[13.07.2001] Bei Dark Horizons gibt es ein Interview mit Sam Neill...

[10.07.2001] Bei FilmJerk und Dark Horizons (8/10) gibt es positive Kritiken zu "JP III"... Teilweise SPOILER !!! Unterdessen berichtet CHUD über die Drehbuchprobleme...

[09.07.2001] Bei Coming Soon! gibt es eine negative Kritik zu "JP III"... SPOILER !!!

[08.07.2001] Bei AICN gibt es mehrere Kritiken zu "JP III"... SPOILER !!! Auf Dan's JP3 Page gibt es ein Interview mit Joe Johnston, der u.a. auf die "Kürze" des Films eingeht...
[...] The running time is around 94 minutes, but I still don't understand anyone's alarm with this. As I've said before, this film has more dinosaur shots, both CG and animatronic, than the other two Jurassic Parks combined. What is this hang-up with running time? Makes no sense. Do your readers think that longer is better? I could name a few recent long-winded dogs to refute that argument. What do they want, Doctor Zhivago? [...]

[07.07.2001] Bei Dark Horizons (4/10), Home Theater Forum (4/5) und Coming Attractions gibt es Stimmen zum Film... Teilweise SPOILER !!!
"[...] JP3 is a good popcorn movie. Go into it with no big expectations and you'll be happy. DON'T expect a scary movie. The violence is not that present, I'm afraid. It can be an intense movie, but it isn't as incredibly suspenseful or scary as the trailers imply. And be ready for a WEAK ENDING. [...]"

[06.07.2001] Phantastik.de berichtet...
Hat Regisseur Joe Johnston schon jetzt die Nase voll vom "Jurassic Park"? Johnston, der bei "Jurassic Park 3" Regie fuehrte, hat bereits jetzt bekanntgegeben, dass er bei einem moeglichen vierten Teil der Serie auf garkeinen Fall die Regie uebernehmen wird. Der dritte Teil der sehr war geruechteweise unter chaotischen Umstaenden zustande gekommen - u.a. musste das Drehbuch noch waehrend des Drehs mehrfach umgeschrieben werden. Mit einem vierten Teil ist nicht vor 2005 zu rechnen berichtet "DreamWorks SKG Fansite".

[05.07.2001] Auf der DreamWorks SKG Fansite gibt es neue Bilder aus "JPIII"...

[02.07.2001] Bei Tracksounds gibt es ein Interview mit Don Davies, dem Soundtrack-Komponisten von "JP III", der u.a. auch nach "JP IV" gefragt wird...
"I haven’t been told anything specifically, but I get the feeling that there might just be. I think there are certainly stories to be told. My personal feeling is that they have probably used up this island-thing, but there’s no reason these creatures can’t leave the island. There was also the subplot of the Wayne Knight character stealing the embryos and placing them into the shaving cream cans. When that character was killed we don’t really know what happens to that Barbisol can. I have a feeling that there are some plots along the lines of what happened to that can which can exploited. It’s pretty fertile ground."

[29.06.2001] Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es endlich Zeichen von Leben... Und in der aktuellen Ausgabe der CINEMA (07/01 - Heft Nr. 278) gibt es einen 6-seitigen, reich bebilderten Set-Bericht...

[20.06.2001] Bei Coming Soon! gibt es Infos zum Soundtrack...
The soundtrack features the award-winning original themes by John Williams plus new music composed and conducted by Don Davis (The Matrix). The album also includes "Big Hat, No Cattle" - a memorable song by Oscar® nominated songwriter Randy Newman first released on his 1999 album Bad Love. As a bonus, the soundtrack album is an ENHANCED CD containing exclusive added value content: * Jurassic Park III movie trailer * Photos * Jurassic Park III "Dino Chart" * Notes from composer Don Davis * Link to the Jurassic Park website.

[14.06.2001] Universal Pictures und Amblin Entertainment haben das JP Institute ins Leben gerufen... Während es auf Dans JP3 Page und DreamWorks SKG Fansite Screenshots von neuen "JPIII"-Werbespots gibt, u.a. vom zaunzerberstenden Spinosaurus...

[13.06.2001] Laut IMDb hat Spielberg eine ""Great Idea" For Jurassic Park IV"...
Jurassic Park III director Joe Johnston, whose previous credits include Jumanji and October Sky, has told an online site that he won't direct Jurassic Park IV, should it materialize. Dan Finkelstein, who operates the Jurassic III fan site (http://www.dansjp3page.com), says that he received an email from Johnston in which the director wrote, "I think it's time for someone else to play with the dinos." Upon completing work on the current sequel, which debuts next month, Johnston said that he had felt obliged to "ratchet up the intensity ... as you get into sequel after sequel." Without providing details, Johnston wrote to the website that Steven Spielberg "has a GREAT idea for number four. ... Whoever directs it is going to have his hands full."

[05.06.2001] Bei AICN gibt es eine Kritik zu einem Test-Screening von "JP III", die den ganzen Plot preisgibt... SPOILER-Warnung !!!

[01.06.2001] Die englischsprachigen Bücher zu "JP III" kann man in der Rubrik "Literatur" vorbestellen...

[24.05.2001] Auf der Website Leoni Online gibt es ein "Behind the Scenes"-Video (3.0 MB, MPEG) - u.a. auch mit Szenen aus dem Film...

[24.05.2001] Auf der Offiziellen Website gibt es einen weiteren "JP3"-Trailer (Quicktime)...

[23.05.2001] Coming Attractions berichtet bereits über "Jurassic Park 4"...

[22.05.2001] IMDb berichtet...
Steven Spielberg is planning to produce a Jurassic Park IV, according to New York Daily News columnist Eric Mink. Like Jurassic Park III, which opens on July 18, it will be directed by Joe Johnston, Mink said. "From what I understand, Steven is very happy with what he has seen of Joe Johnston's work in III," Spielberg spokesman Marvin Levy told Mink. "If there is a IV, Steven would again produce it. But Steven is definitely not going to direct any more Jurassics."

[20.05.2001] Jede Menge Szenenbilder gibt es bei Movie-Inside... u.a. T-Rex VS. Spinosaurus...

[15.05.2001] Auf Dan's JP3 Page gibt es ein "Newsday"-Interview mit Joe Johnston...

[12.05.2001] Bei UIP Netherlands gibt es einige neuer Bilder aus "JP3" zu bewundern...

[10.05.2001] Bei Hawaii Movie Tours gibt es die ersten Seiten des "JP3"-Drehbuchs zu lesen... SPOILER-WARNUNG !!!

[09.05.2001] Auf Dan's JP3 Page gibt es ein Bild des PS2-Spiels Jurassic Park: Survivor... Nicht schlecht, Herr Rex...

[08.05.2001] Auf Dan's JP3 Page gibt es ein neues Szenenbild... Dr. Alan Grant umringt von Dinos...

[04.05.2001] Die Offizielle Website wurde re-launched - und der "JP3"-Trailer (Quicktime) veröffentlicht... Siehe auch Rubrik Trailer...

[03.05.2001] Bei AICN gibt es eine Trailer-Beschreibung... Etwas später veröffentlichte AICN hat einen "JP3"-Werbespot (Quicktime)...

[01.05.2001] Bei NY Daily News gibt es ein Statement von Regisseur Joe Johnston über den "neuen" Jurassic Park...

[23.04.2001] AICN hat mal wieder einen coolen Shot aus JP3 veröffentlicht... und auf Dan`s JP3 Page gibt es einen Scan des Drehplans vom 18. August 2000 zu bewundern... SPOILER-Warnung !!!

[22.04.2001] Die "Offizielle Website" schreibt: "Prepare for the ultimate dinosaur encounter... experience the carnivorous world of Isla Soma! Coming in May"... Laut "AICN" wird es am 4. Mai 2001 soweit sein... Am selben Tag soll auch der Trailer veröffentlicht werden - eine Beschreibung des Trailers gibt es bei "About.com"... Bleibt noch anzumerken, dass Universal folgende Domains registriert hat...
JP-III.COM
JURASSICPARK3.COM
JURASSIC-PARK-3.COM


[18.04.2001] Glen von "LaCincoMuertes.com" hat ein neues JP3-Poster verbreitet...

[15.04.2001] Bei "Horror Online" gibt es ein Interview mit Tea Leoni...

[13.04.2001] Bei "Countingdown.com" gibt es einen "JP3"-Fantrailer...

[09.04.2001] "Coming Soon" berichtet über den Aqua-Dino, der in "JP3" auftauchen wird...

[08.04.2001] Die "Offizielle Website" bietet jetzt die Kurzfassung des "JP3"-Plots...
"[...] Anxious to fund research for his new theory of velociraptor intelligence, renowned paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill) is persuaded by a wealthy adventurer (William H. Macy) and his wife (Tea Leoni) to accompany them on an aerial tour of Isla Sorna. This infamous island, once InGen's site B, has become both a primordial breeding ground for John Hammond's magnificent creations and a magnet for thrill-seekers eager to encounter them.
When a tragic accident maroons the party of seven, Grant discovers the true reason his deceptive hosts have invited him along. In their perilous attempt to escape with their lives, the dwindling group encounters terrifying new creatures undisclosed by InGen, and Grant is forced to learn the dreadful implications of his raptor intelligence theory firsthand."


[02.04.2001] Am 4. Mai 2001 soll die Offizielle Website zu JP3 starten... Dann wird man auch den Trailer, der auf der "ShoWest" erstmals gezeigt wurde, downloaden können...

[21.03.2001] CHUD hat ein "JP3"-Script-Review veröffentlicht... Illustriert mit Bildern vom Spinosaurus und einem Pteranadon...

[20.03.2001] AICN hat einen coolen Shot aus JP3...

[11.03.2001] Richard Attenborough (John Hammond) spielt nicht mit, es macht ihm auch nichts aus... Gegenüber "Ananova" sagte er sogar, er wisse nicht, ob er in Teil 2 gestorben sei... ;-)

[08.03.2001] Auf Dan's JP3 Page gibt es Infos zum Trailer, der auf der "ShoWest" erstmals gezeigt wurde... und ein interessantes Interview mit Regisseur Joe Johnston...

[27.02.2001] Bei CHUD gibt es ein Bild von einem Flugsaurier...

[21.02.2001] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es ein Bild vom Dino-Fight... Spinosaurus & T-Rex kämpfen bereits auf einem Merchandise-Produkt...

[20.02.2001] Die "Offizielle Website wurde ge-updated... u.a. gibt es jetzt Wallpapers und Screensaver für PC und MAC...

[09.02.2001] Bei CHUD gibt es ein Bild von einem Raptoren...

[08.02.2001] Bei CHUD gibt es ein Produktionsgemälde des Spinosaurus...

[03.02.2001] Bei Horror Online gibt es ein "Behind the Scenes of JPIII"-Special... Ein Interview mit Production Designer Ed Verreaux...

[22.01.2001] Dan's JP3 Page hat ein Foto von Arbeiten an der Klaue des Spinosaurus...

[12.01.2001] Joey Baloney´s Movie Scoops hat das erste SW-Foto aus JP3 veröffentlicht... und jetzt gibt es dieses Bild in Farbe !!!
Bei CanalPlus gibt es Real Video Interviews mit Alessandro Nivola, William H. Macy, Stan Winston, Trevor Morgan, Sam Neil, Tea Leoni und dem Paläonthologen Jack Horner...

[08.01.2001] Das erste Bild des Spinosaurus... Auch wenn es sich dabei nur um ein Modell handelt... William H. Macy bestätigte zwischenzeitlich einen Kampf zwischen T-Rex & Spinosaurus in den ersten 10 Minuten des Films...

[08.12.2000] Am 4. Dezember 2000 fand bei AOL.com ein exklusiver "Webcast" (Live-Bericht vom Set) statt: Die neuen Dinosauriert wurden von Stan Winston (in Bild und Ton) vorgestellt !!! Es gab einen Chat mit Stan Winston bei AOL Live, den man sich mit dem Real Player anschauen kann...

[20.09.2000] AICN hat einige Bilder und Infos über einen angeblich in JP3 auftauchenden Dino: den Spinosaurus... der auch in einem Kampf mit einem T-Rex zu sehen sein wird...

[18.09.2000] AICN berichtet... JP3 wird um einiges "finsterer" als seine Vorgänger... brutaler und gewalttätiger... auch die Rolle des Dr. Alan Grant, der als Berater zu einer Rettungsaktion hinzugezogen wird... das Ganze würde stark an "Aliens-Die Rückkehr" erinnern...




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