Rumors have been circulating popular media outlets for what seems like years, regarding the installation of a fourth film in the Michael Crichton dinosaur franchise. Jurassic Park first hit theaters in 1993 and became a worldwide hit. The film was re-released earlier this year in 3D to celebrate it’s twentieth anniversary, and now Universal has released confirmation that a fourth film will be coming out in June 2015. The new project will be entitled Jurassic World and according to unconfirmed reports circling the web, takes place years later on the original island with the park in full operation and open to the public. The film will be directed by Colin Trevarrow and produced by original director Steven Spielberg, but no reports regarding the cast or other crew have been released. I would tell you to get excited, but after the disappointment of the third movie and what sounds like a complete remake of the original (plot-wise), I’m not exactly jumping for joy about this one. But let’s try to stay open minded for the time being; if they get a good cast (meaning the original cast) and get a good script written, maybe they won’t ruin the originality of the first film after all.