While re-evalutating the information on this site like I sometimes do
I found out we were incorrect in thinking Ceratosaurus was a mutant
variation of the animal and I have updated the various sections to show
that it is indeed accurate or at least semi-accurate due to the Jurassic
Park 3 Dinosaur Chart seen in various material, specifically the Jurassic
Park 3 DVD. My dearest apologies go out to those who were using Ceratosaurus
"mutatus" (x Tyrannosaurus) in their stories, debates, or what have
you. We ourselves sometimes make mistakes.
Icebreaker, I thought his post from the main thread would be better
in the JP forums ;)
About once a year I go to Universal Studios out in Hollywood...just
to see whats happening. Haha, well the folks decided to drive into
LA yesterday and we went to Universal...
During the tour, we actually got to see crews filming an episode of
'Desperate Houswives' and 'Crossing Jordan' which was actually kind
of cool, cause they actually let us watch for a couple minutes.
Anyway, the dude who was giving the tour sorta slipped up and said
something about Jurassic Park coming back in '06 to film JPIV and
that they were already booking certain stages and he mentioned, as
we crossed the JP3 set that they were possibly going to be reusing
I dunno if this is really news or not...but some folks might find
So could JPIV be
filming in the Embryonics Lab from JP3 or will it be filming in the
town from TLW? There was a similar report to this around the time JP3
was in pre-production.
July 25, 2005
Jurassic Park will be on the Sci-Fi channel Tuesday
at 9PM Eastern and Wednesday at 5PM Eastern.
July 23, 2005
According to DVD
Times there's going to be a new Jurassic Park DVD set for the United
Kingdom coming out on August 29th, the new set's features though look
very similar to the 4-disc Jurassic Park Trilogy set that came out for
Reigon 1 a long time ago around the time when Jurassic
Park 3 was released on DVD. The set is basically giving the Region
2 population the same features as the Region 1 people; it even has Beyond
Jurassic Park DVD included.
The box is very nice
though, actually a lot nicer than anything we have here in Region 1.
most interestingly from Matt, who reports a tour guide at Universal
Studios Hollywood said this week JP4 "would be back in 2006 [to film
at the studio]", and they were already booking sets.
Then there is another
report from ScreamScape.Com
that Universal Studios' new Jurassic Park ride is being developed and
it confirms our July 1st report from Dan's
was also an unconfirmed claim about seeing another skyline height
check balloon flying over the JP area of the park a few weeks ago,"
So what all is going
on? Looks like exactly a new JP and a new JP ride will shortly be around
the corner, or at least we hope so.(Thanks JParkRockz!)
Doctor John H. Ostrom, the father of the theory of avian-based dinosaur
evolution (dinosaur to bird evolution), died yesterday on July 20th,
2005 at the age of 77 due to complications of alzhiemer's disease. Dr.
Ostrom was better known for his discovery of Deinonychus and revolutionizing
paleontology to have the view of active dinosaurs having warm-blooded
lifestyles. To read more information, go here.
May he rest in peace.
July 18, 2005
Happy Fourth Anniversary to the most recent addition to the JP Film
July 02, 2005
Oviraptor pointed out that Dan's
JP3 Page is saying an important announcement concerning Jurassic
Park 4 will be made soon.
can expect a big JP announcement blitz before the end of the summer/this
autumn at the latest," says 'BRI', the same guy who alerted DJP3P
to the imminent AICN script review back in August. "Universal is planning
on getting their act together for JP4 very soon," he says. "This announcement
will coincide with the announcement of a new BIG Jurassic Park attraction
at Universal Orlando's Islands of Adventure.
it is we hope that the ride is good as well as the Jurassic Park
The Lost World: Jurassic Park will be on local
TV station FOX this weekend on this Sunday (tomorrow)
at 7/6c. Be sure to check your local listing for the channel.