Jurassic Park 4 is currently in pre-production and producers are now hiring crew members.
The Universal feature film ‘Jurassic World’ starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt, and Jake Johnson will shoot in New Orleans 11 weeks starting this June 2014.
Now producers and assistant directors are looking for talented crew members to work on the feature film.
Plot details have not been released yet but, Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley are producing the project.
The title of the movie was originally Jurassic Park 4 but it was later changed to Jurassic World.
Jurassic World will be the first large feature film for director Colin Trevorrow who previously worked on Safety Not Guaranteed. Recently, Chris Pratt spoke with MTV News, and Pratt praised Trevorrow’s vision. “He’s got a great vision for the movie… It’s awesome that Steven Spielberg is taking a chance on this guy because he’s got a really clear vision. I sat down with him and it was kind of like with me and [‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ director] James [Gunn], we just kind of started getting excited about this.”
Jurassic World will be the third sequel to the critically acclaimed Jurassic Park franchise. But, plenty of fans have questioned the premise behind the latest sequel. Basically asking, does the script for Jurassic World address why anyone would try cloning dinosaurs again despite three previous bad experiences?
Chris Pratt attempted to answer this question in the MTV News interview.
“What I liked about it was it answers the question of ‘Why would you do that?’ Like, how do you suspend disbelief to be like, ‘Oh yes, let’s make this mistake again. We haven’t learned our lesson about dinosaurs, we should definitely live with them and see how that works out!’ after like three tries at it. They answer the question really well through the script. Colin did a great job of writing it and justifying it and in his own way having fun with that, so anybody who goes in with that question will be really amused – the way I was – about how they answer that.”
Nevertheless, if you are interested in working on the Universal feature film, then producers are most likely looking for make up artists, production assistants, grips, production designers, set designers, costumes, wardrobe and other roles. Send your resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org
Source: New Orleans Film Commission