Jun 2 2011

Sam Neill to Jurassic Park 4: “Eat a Bowl of Suck!”

Now that director Joe Johnston has started making the press rounds for Captain America, it was only a matter of time before some reporter (Logan in a disguise, perhaps?) inquired about Jurassic Park 4.  Always a sport, Johnston had the following to say:

“…it likely won’t be another storyline about a group of people struggling to survive a dinosaur attack…why would anybody go back to that island? It was hard enough to figure out the second and third reason for them to go, but it would take it off in a whole other trilogy basically, but when it gets to that level it’s sort of about studios and Steven [Spielberg’s] thing and who knows. I think we are at that point where we are due for another one if we are going to do it.”

Obviously, they already have my money.  I’d be interested to see what new direction they would take the series.  As for my other Jurassic Park BFF, Sam Neill?  Not so much.

“I think we’ve told the story. I think it’s done.”

“I’ll tell you what. If Michael Crichton time travels, [and] writes the book…then absolutely.”

Fair enough, Sam, although knowing Michael Crichton, there is a chance he may have found a way to do that before his death.  Whatever the case, I’ll miss you.  I kind of figured you needed the work.

Chevy Chase shares his thoughts on "Happy Town" with old pal Sam Neill.

via Scifi Mafia

Apr 4 2011



Well, it’s Monday again, but don’t commit suicide just yet! First enjoy one of my favorites from last Friday’s batch of online April Fool’s gags. It’s from Telltale Games, makers of the recent/upcoming Back to the Future and Jurassic Park games we’ve talked about on the site. Enjoy!

Jan 14 2011

First Screens From “Jurassic Park” Game

Episode 1 of TellTale’s Back to the Future game has now come and gone, scoring some pretty positive reviews along the way.  Meanwhile, there are a few of us who are pretty pumped about the upcoming Jurrasic Park game that they announced a while back.  Nothing official has been posted online yet, but Game Informer magazine (Remember magazines?  They’re all made of paper and junk) recently ran an article which featured the first screenshots.  Needless to say, it was only a matter of seconds before generic Fanboy #684 scanned them all into his parents computer.  Let’s have a quick look at a few, shall we?

Nothing breathtaking, but it looks like Telltale knows the world and has got another fun ride in store for us.  See all of the scans at lazygamer.