Steven Spielberg announced back in 2011 that he had a green light for a fourth installment to Jurassic Park, but, at the time, he was busy working on other films, one of which was a science fiction film, Robopocalypse, based on the novel of the same name. EOnline reports that Robopocalypse has been put to rest, and the only robot apocalypse we’re likely to be seeing anytime soon is the real thing. However, out of Robopocalypse’s death, a new life shall be born called Jurassic Park 4. Apparently, putting the robot film on hold “indefinitely” has freed up some time for Mr. Spielberg who has decided to move on the next Jurassic Park. It will be filmed in 3-D and has already been given a release date of June 13, 2014. I’m pretty pumped to potentially see dinos flying out of the screen at me, and after hearing the crazy ideas batted around for this fourth one (including cyborg dinosaurs), I’m cautiously optimistic.
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