Colin Trevorrow Will Not Direct ‘Jurassic World’ Sequel | Film News
Colin Trevorrow, director of Safety Guaranteed has reportedly said that he will not be back to helm the next installment of Jurassic World as he strongly feels it should have different notions and cinematic choices, with each one having its own feel and perception of the Dinosaur world. Trevorrow expressed how, “different directors can give a different taste to each movie”.
He did however openly say to the Hollywood Reporter that he would somehow be involved in the franchise still, whether as a producer or ‘doing a George Lucas’, as he did compare the franchise to Star Wars. With Jurassic World opening in cinemas on June 12, upcoming director Trevorrow will be hoping to claw his way to the top of the box office with this reboot.
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