This whole thing is starting to get a bit flaky. Jurassic Park 4 has been put on an indefinite hold by Universal for now and producer Frank Marshall assured Collider that the film is a fourth installation and not a reboot. However, Sam Neill has something else to day about the project.
He told the Dominion Post that he didn't think he was going to be part of the fourth Jurassic Park film due to the fact that he was told it is "a bit reboot, a total re-jig." Whether this is true or a classic case of Hollywood miscommunication, this is a valid point to raise.
The thing that makes this a little more suspect is the fact that the indefinite hold has been put on Jurassic Park 4. Are they waiting for enough time to pass so a reboot would be better or were there enough problems on Universal's timetable that they had to postpone it? Only time will tell.
Just saying, if they reboot Jurassic Park I will not see it. The idea of that is absurd.
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