Over the last 25 years, the series has gone from one of boundless possibility to one of narrow perspective.
Films by Paul Schrader, Bo Burnham, and Julia Hart highlight this year’s festivities.
They were so preoccupied with whether they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.
It’s a surprisingly fitting name considering the state of this franchise.
Producer Frank Marshall tweets the first photo from the set.
The actor has some thoughts on where his paleontologist hero might be these days.
J.A. Bayona will have almost 75% more money for his dino flick than Colin Trevorrow did.
The next generation of big-budget filmmakers has arrived. But are they too far ahead of schedule?
Also, Jeff Goldblum weighs in on the possibility of returning in the best way ever.
Look to the future, not to Back to the Future.
Jurassic World may be the biggest opener ever, but did it make enough to pay for an actual dinosaur park?
Ever find yourself wondering, “Why does this scene have to be in the movie?”