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Re: Jurassic Park IV



This news, coupled with the Stan Winston comments about making the JP
Velociraptors feathered in the next movie, makes me think that the next
installment will see the dinosaurs experiencing a burst of evolutionary
mutations...

----- Original Message -----
From: "Richard W Travsky" <rtravsky@uwyo.edu>
To: <dinosaur@usc.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2002 9:35 AM
Subject: Jurassic Park IV


> from the DarkHorizons web site tuesday 11/5
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> Sam Neill was in Queenstown, New Zealand recently and 'Mark' got to speak
> him about the fourth 'Jurassic' flick: "Yeah, Steven Spielberg and his
> people are quite busy prepping another one. There is a chance you'll see
> me in it. I'm as surprised as anyone, because I didn't think there was any
> way they could get Alan Grant involved again. But they came up with a
> clever idea. Steven just blew me away with the story....something
> frightnening is happening concerning those dinosaurs that doesn't
> necessarily bode well for us humans. Scientists never seem to learn". What
> sort of tone can we expect? "You know that feeling when you first saw the
> original film, and you were so in awe, and felt so swept away and
> mesmerised by the sheer majesty of it all? I believe this premise has the
> potential to elicit that same kind of response. Out of all the concepts
> that've been created for these movies, this is possibly my favorite".
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