JURASSIC PARK 4 Now on Track for 2015 Release – Big 6 Morning Report
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  • A few weeks ago, Universal put its plans for a fourth Jurassic Park movie on hold after an ambitious Summer 2014 opening turned out to overly ambitious. At the time, no new release information was provided making it seem like the project was permanently on hold. Thankfully, it now looks like Universal’s Colin Trevorrow-directed Jurassic Park 4 is on track for at 2015 release. (Den of Geek)
  • Man of Steel proved Superman still had box office superpowers this weekend, opening to $125 million with $113 million over the 3-day weekend. That’s enough to give Man of Steel the biggest June opening of all time. (Deadline)
  • Even though moviegoers flock to Man of Steel, not everyone was happy. In fact Mark Waid, the man who wrote Superman Birthright on which much of the movie is based, to issue with Superman not saving the people of Metropolis from Zod’s ship. If you’ve seen the movie, we can only assume tens of thousands of people died because of Zod, while Superman was on the other side of the world. There were other moments, too, according to Waid, that Superman should have shown more concern for the people around him, but didn’t. Waid complaint, however, is more about bad writing than a criticism of a Superman for a new generation. (Mark Waid)
  • Gene Wilder still doesn’t like Tim Burton or his version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (EW)
  • Matt Damon is being sought after to star in a movie about the Catholic sex abuse scandal in Boston. (The Wrap)
  • Actor extraordinaire Gary Oldman may attempt to become director extraordinaire, as well. Oldman plans to direct Benedict Cumberbatch and Ralph Fiennes in the Eadweard Muybridge biopic Flying Horse. (Screenrant)

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