Hold on to your butts – the fourth Jurassic Park movie is going to be called Jurassic World, and will be unleashed in 3D on June 12, 2015.
Jurassic World. In 3D. Holy shit, 10-year-old me is losing his freaking mind right now.

The four-quel was originally slated for a mid-2014 release, but was delayed by Universal to give “filmmakers adequate time to bring audiences the best possible version of the fourth installment in (the) beloved franchise,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Sequels find a way though, and Universal this week announced the new name and release date.
Steven Spielberg, who directed the first two dino outings, will serve as a producer, while Colin Trevorrow, who brought us the quirky indie rom-com Safety Not Guaranteed, is directing. Joe Johnston hasn’t been invited back after directing the pretty dismal Jurassic Park 3 (and we assume that dinosaur supervisor Phil Tippett won’t make a return either after his lax efforts on the first Jurassic Park).


Via news.com.au