Movie News: Mysterious 'Jurassic World' Book Photo; 'Lego' Directors Touted for 'The Flash' or 'Ghostbusters'

Movie News: Mysterious 'Jurassic World' Book Photo; 'Lego' Directors Touted for 'The Flash' or 'Ghostbusters'

Apr 06, 2015

Jurassic World

Jurassic World: A new Jurassic World photo teases a connection to the fictional character Dr. Ian Malcolm. In a social media message, his book God Creates Dinosaurs is shown, along with the message "The hunt is on. Happy Easter from Isla Nubar." Jeff Goldblum played the brilliant mathematician in the first two Jurassic Park movies, but we'll have to wait until the movie hits theaters on June 12 to find out what, if any role, he plays in the latest sequel. [Coming Soon]

Jurassic World

 

Phil Lord and Chris Miller

The Flash: Reportedly, Phil Lord and Chris Miller are now under consideration to direct one of two franchise movies, either DC's The Flash for Warner Bros. or Ghostbusters (the new upcoming male version) for Sony. The "tug of war" is between two studios that Lord and Miller have worked for before with great success, with The Lego Movie for WB and the 21 Jump Street movies for Sony. The duo have multiple projects lined up to write and/or produce, but nothing definite on their directing schedule. [Collider]

 

Fantastic Four

Fantastic Four Trailer: A new international trailer for Fantastic Four offers a few fleeting glimpses of The Human Torch as it teases at the dark nature of the upcoming superhero teamup movie. Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Jamie Bell, and Michael B. Jordan star; Reg E. Cathey, who plays the Torch's father, narrates in a somber voice. The movie flies into theaters on August 7. [MovieClips]

 

Insidious: Chapter 3

Insidious: Chapter 3 Clip: The first clip from Insidious: Chapter 3 features Lin Shaye as a psychic who tries to help young Stefanie Scott contact her dead mother, but quickly decides that's not such a great idea. The movie, which also stars Dermot Mulroney, Angus Sampson, and Leigh Whannell, opens theatrically on June 5. [Focus Features]

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