A Fourth ‘Jurassic Park’ Film Announced, and Will NBC’s ‘Camp’ Survive?
Still no word on whether tonight's episode of NBC's Camp is just the season finale or will be the series finale. The summer program has been running barely one-tenth of a percent behind other prim...
September 11, 2013 - by Nathaniel Grey
Still no word on whether tonight’s episode of NBC’s Camp is just the season finale or will be the series finale. The summer program has been running barely one-tenth of a percent behind other primetime series in its time slot, so there is a better than average chance of its return.
Camp series star Rachel Griffiths will be seen in Saving Mr. Banks, about Walt Disney’s efforts to make the movie Mary Poppins. She also joins Game of Thrones star Charles Dance in the Australian horror film Patrick. The film’s subject is a comatose murderer who is psychically manipulating the life of a young nurse who tends to his care. Scheduled for release down under on Oct. 17, there is no word on a U.S. distribution deal as of yet.
While America’s Got Talent airs another finalist’s elimination episode tonight, The X Factor begins its new season of ‘shock and awe’ talent selections. Mario Lopez returns as host while joining last season’s judges Simon Cowell and Demi Lovato are Kelly Rowland and Paulina Rubio.
The dinosaurs are coming, and you’ve got until June 12, 2015, to prepare. To clarify, that would be the fourth installment of Jurassic Park, this one titled Jurassic World. Steven Spielberg is back to produce and has hired Safety Not Guaranteed writer/director Colin Trevorrow to oversee the production. No casting info yet, but this time we head back to Isla Nubar where we are introduced to a new dino threat. It could prove interesting if they brought back Jeff Goldblum, as a sequel to his other sci-fi hit Independence Day is also aiming to be released that summer.