Jurassic Park 4 has a name, and will be 3D

Jurassic Park 4 is scheduled to appear in theaters in June 2015. Colin Trevorrow (“Safety Not Guaranteed”) will direct Jurassic Park 4.

Universal Pictures said Tuesday it will release Steven Spielberg’s “Jurassic World” in 3D on Friday, June 12 of 2015.

Colin Trevorrow (“Safety Not Guaranteed”) is directing the epic action-adventure from a draft of the screenplay he wrote with Derek Connolly. Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley join the team as fellow producers.

The first three films in the series have taken in $1.9 billion and this year’s 3D re-release of the original film, “Jurassic Park,” has brought in $114 million globally.

The 3D re-release of the original did very well in China, quickly soaring to No.1 at the box office in late August.

The original "Jurassic Park," which never played in China, was a bona fide blockbuster when it came out in 1993, eventually bringing in $970 million worldwide. It topped another Spielberg film, "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," to become the highest-grossing film up to that time.

Two sequels followed, “The Lost World” in 1997 and “Jurassic Park 3″ in 2001.

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