Steven Spielberg is still obsessed with dinosaurs and is said to be brainstorming with writer Mark Protosevich to reboot the lucrative franchise of Jurassic Park. Steven has decided to work with Universal, which has earlier distributed trilogy. Now, the studio states that the discussions are currently going on the story, but none is engaged to write a script for the movie.
Spielberg's original 1993 film adaptation had advanced CGI technology in its depiction of colossal dinosaurs re-animated in the modern day. With the recent rebirth of 3D and soaring improvements in digital design marshaled by everyone from Cameron to Pixar, Jurassic Park IV is ripe for evolution into a 21st century phenomenon.
Steven Spielberg worked with Protosevich for the remake of Oldboy that did not come to fruition. Now, Spielberg is finishing up The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn. Meanwhile, Protosevich is already set to launch the television series 'Terra Nova' besides working on the ideas for a possible revival of dinosaurs on the big screen.