Posted Aug-05-2012 8:58 PM
Having been a fan for so long, reading and re-reading the books, watching the movies so much that I know them word for word and then exploring peoples fan made stories on the internet I have inevitably come up with my own course of actions that would possibly suffice for another movie. I guess what we are going to see will revolve around the efforts of BioSyn trying to capture live animals, or at the very least "acquiring" Mr DNA. Especially when you look at Rise of Planet of the Apes and it's strong scientific background. I'm not saying we are going to see a Lost World remake, but ideas from that story will probably be seen again. Whether or not we see Luis Dodgson again I'm not sure, I mean the first two movies didn't exactly stick the books, but close enough. JP3 while being entertaining was a movie that has been repeated many times in other franchises, just this time it had enough repeat actors and continuity so it did not become a horrible re-boot. But like JP3 it is possible that JP4 will take bits of the books that were not explored in detail in the movies, or expanded on in the books and turn them into a movie. Other ideas that are not totally impossible would be exploring what happened on Site B leading up to and including the the fall of the main island. How come there was a Spinosaurus in the third movie, a fourth might explain what InGen or possibly BioSyn has been up to and why species that exist are now on the islands. And you can't have a JP movie with out the Rex and the Raptors, what about exploring the fact that InGen bred more than one species of Velociraptor due to both DNA variation and genetic engineering. I do not think we will be seeing a Jurassic "main land" movie for the fact that keeping people on an isolated island is too much fun and exploits the danger. But if it were to go main land the possibilities for a story rise hugely. I would love to hear all the ideas people have, and will be listening out for any news on the movie, be it script, actors, and locations and included dinosaurs.
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