But here's an excerpt from some article or another:
Joe Johnston, director of the upcoming The Wolfman, was interviewed by Box Office and he had something to say about the long-mooted Jurassic Park IV.
"There is going to be a Jurassic Park IV. And it's going to be unlike anything you've seen," Johnston told the site. "It breaks away from the first three — it's essentially the beginning of the second Jurassic Park trilogy. It's going to be done in a completely different way. That's pretty much all I can tell you."
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19-12-2010, 20:58 #1001mv
19-12-2010, 21:44 #1002
Both Thor & Pirates IV don't get me excited.
Blu-Rays are awesome if you have a full HD TV, but DVDs still are OK (although I shifted to Blu-Rays after getting a player for my Bday)
I am planning to see Tron & Tangled in my holiday vacation (might skip HP), so if you like my reviews, look forward to those.
19-12-2010, 22:27 #1003"it's essentially the beginning of the second Jurassic Park trilogy. It's going to be done in a completely different way. That's pretty much all I can tell you."
Pirates 4? It looks like fun. Part 2 and 3 were rubbish, but now that Keira and Legolas are out of the picture, things might pick up. Depp and Rush is all I care about.
20-12-2010, 15:55 #1004
sneaking into a book he was never in!
/might see Tron in 3D, but nothing else this year
//new Pirates actually looks entertaining and is based on a book
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20-12-2010, 16:17 #1005
However, this does open up the possibility of John Rhys-Davies playing the part of Gloin, Gimli's father.
20-12-2010, 21:29 #1006
20-12-2010, 21:52 #1007
Also Pirates of the Carribean 4 Trailer:
Pretty amazing cast and it looks entertaining at least. Won't bother with 3D though, overrated gimmick is overrated and needs to go away. And with Ian McShane they finally have a Disney movie with someone who swore more and probably said "cocksucker" more than Walt himself. Maybe.
20-12-2010, 21:52 #1008
Then again, they have already set a precedent with altering character's roles drastically. *cough*Arwen*cough*
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20-12-2010, 21:54 #1009
From what I've seen, the justification for Legolas is that they're tying in content from some of Tolkien's other writings. I haven't read anything outside of The Hobbit and the LoTR trilogy, so I don't know exactly what that entails. I'm assuming it means the two Hobbit movies will include much more than the original book's content.
20-12-2010, 22:09 #1010
In other poor casting movie news,
The actor to play Heimdall in the movie Thor is black. Heimdall is refered to as the "whitest of the Gods". So the movie gets boycotted by racists, mythology geeks and other displeased people.
Don't really have anything against the casting, but maybe they could have been a bit more careful at looking at the backgrounds of the roles...