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'Jurassic World': See Chris Pratt ride with some raptors -- exclusive

It’s never an easy walk in Jurassic Park. In fact, guests typically end up running like hell. The fourth installment of Universal’s biggest franchise is no exception. Opening in theaters June 12, World is set 22 years after the original film. The dino-themed amusement park on Isla Nubla has been thriving for years, yielding four-star restaurants (hello, Nobu!) and beautiful resorts.

But in an effort to create new buzz and boost attendance, a hybrid dino is hatched—and that’s when the island’s human population, including dino researcher Owen (Chris Pratt), park operations manager Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard), and her two young nephews (Nick Robinson and Ty Sympkins), are sent sprinting in terror. “There are dinosaurs and there’s the other—there’s this thing that is not one of them, that is not of them,” teases director Colin Trevvorow (Safety Not Guranteed), who was specifically picked by Park director (and World executive producer) Steven Spielberg. Trevorrow adds, “There’s a lot of bold new ideas in the movie and I’m pushing it as far forward as I can. I know Steven didn’t want me to make a carbon copy of the earlier films. So we’re going for it.” READ FULL STORY

Casting Net: Jason Biggs, Ashley Tisdale claim lead roles in 'Drive, She Said'

• Jason Biggs and Ashley Tisdale have been cast as the leads of Drive, She Said. The story follows an unconfident, expectant father (Biggs) who takes a job chauffeuring prostitutes (Tisdale, Janet Montgomery, Bria Murphy). Husband and wife team Joe Syracuse and Lisa Addario wrote and directed the film, which was inspired by Syracuse’s experience driving call girls around LA. Jenny Mollen, Adrian Voo, and Steven Weber also star. [THR]

• Chris Pratt is in early negotiations for Magnificent Seven. Antoine Fuqua is directing the remake, which stars Denzel Washington. The 1960 film for which its based followed seven gunmen who defend a Mexican village from outlaws. Nic Pizzolatto wrote the original draft of the script with updates from John Lee Hancock. [Deadline]

• Jonah Hill is in discussions for Todd PhillipsArms and the Dudes. The story, based on Guy Lawson‘s Rolling Stone article, tracks two arms dealers who are contracted to supply weapons for U.S. allies in Afghanista, but trouble ensues abroad and at home. [Variety]

• Kit Harington will star opposite Jessica Chastain in writer-director Xavier Dolan‘s The Death and Life of John F. Donovan. Harrington will play Donovan, an American film star, whose career falls apart when his communication with an 11-year-old actor comes to light. Chastain will play a gossip journalist who attacks Donovan’s relationship in the media.  [Deadline]

• Ben-Hur has found its female lead, Esther, in Homeland‘s Nazanin Boniadi. The remake, from director Timur Bekmambetov, stars Jack Huston as the titular character, a prince betrayed into slavery. Gal Gadot was previously circling the role but had to drop out of the race due to scheduling conflicts. [Deadline]

 Alona Tal has signed on for One Shot. The movie musical stars Topher Grace as a failed actor who turns to stage managing and must save his new show from opening night failure. Tal will take the role of KT, the ex-girlfriend and star of the production. Isaac Rentz is directing the film, which also stars Taye Diggs, JC Chasez, and Lesli Margherita. Gerry De Leon and Greg Lisi wrote the script. The film is shooting in Mexico City. [Deadline]

Watch the first full trailer for 'Jurassic World'

Someone let the dinosaur out of its cage a little earlier than expected.

Ahead of the planned screening on Thanksgiving, Universal Pictures has released the first trailer for Jurassic World, featuring a gorgeous look at the SeaWorld-like attractions Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and others will have to contend with in the film.


Times Change: 'Jurassic World' teases with three homages to Steven Spielberg's original


The turkey, according to scienticians, may have evolved from ancient dinosaurs, so think about that as you chew your Thanksgiving dinner while awaiting this Thursday’s full teaser reveal for Jurassic World.

The fourth installment of the scientists-were-so-preoccupied-with-whether-or-not-they-could-that-they-didn’t-stop-to-think-if-they-should series will reveal its first big promo for the June 12 film during Thanksgiving football on NBC. To let everyone know, they’ve sent out a few seconds today.

Feast your eyes … READ FULL STORY

Glenn Howerton was almost Star-Lord in 'Guardians of the Galaxy'

While it’s difficult to imagine anyone else in the role of Star-Lord than Chris Pratt, if the Parks and Recreation star didn’t fill the role, it would have gone to another comic actor and master of the night(man).


New 'Jurassic World' poster keeps it simple


The new poster for Jurassic World bets on simplicity, featuring an all too familiar logo with the tagline “The Park Is Open.” It’s a stark throwback, as many have mentioned, to the original poster for Jurassic Park. (Tagline: “An Adventure 65 Million Years in the Making.”) READ FULL STORY

Character actors have an important message for Hollywood


Under the headline “The Last, Disposable Action Hero,” New York Times writer Alex French posited earlier this year that “There are now more indistinguishable, barrel-chested eight-packed aspiring stars than ever.” To address this problem, Entertainment Weekly gathered some of Hollywood’s best character actors while we were in San Diego for Comic-Con for this important message.


Chris Pratt shows off Star-Lord's spaceship, 'MTV Cribs'-style

One of the great things about Guardians of the Galaxy is its grimy, lived-in set design—it’s an aesthetic that’s cribbed directly from Star Wars, in a good way.

In this Guardians featurette, America’s new best bro Chris Pratt shows off the practical sets for Peter Quill’s spaceship, the Milano, MTV Cribs-style. It’s kind of a mess, but that’s how Star-Lord rolls. At least until Xzibit comes to pimp his ride.



Video: 'Guardians of the Galaxy' TV spots showcase character origins


There are still two more weeks before Guardians of the Galaxy cruises into theaters, but there are two more new TV spots to pad its landing with audiences. For those counting at home, that’s now 22 teasers, trailers, featurettes, extended looks, and TV spots for the big-budgeted Marvel gamble—at least according to the film’s YouTube page.

By now, you must know the renegade characters and what’s at stake—save the galaxy. The new clips explain why members of the self-proclaimed Guardians might have a score to settle with Ronan, the cloaked villain threatening their existence. And Drax the Destroyer proves to be idiom-deficient. READ FULL STORY

'Guardians of the Galaxy's UK trailer turns down the music -- VIDEO


The first wave of teasers and trailers for Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy emphasized the comic book movie’s most eccentric qualities, a wild bunch of universe-saving criminals that include a tree, a raccoon, and a green-skinned Zoë Saldana. If you never read Guardians in print, it didn’t really matter, according to the studio; instead, it chose to play up the “these aren’t you older brother’s superheroes” angle. “Hey, we’re playing Blue Swede’s ‘Hooked on a Feeling’ and Norman Greenbaum’s ‘Spirit in the Sky,'” the clips blared. “That’s how you know this movie is cool!”

Perhaps the Guardians are even less well-known in the U.K. — or perhaps those songs are — because they now have a straightforward, ironic-music-free trailer that gives the best primer yet for what this movie is actually about. Chris Pratt’s scoundrel thief gets to deliver all the rah-rah speeches, but Rocket Raccoon (voiced by Bradley Cooper) is the wise-ass scene-stealer. Watch the de-stylyzed trailer below: READ FULL STORY

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