Steven Spielberg - Steven Spielberg Planning Jurassic Park Reboot
Steven Spielberg has been meeting with scriptwriter Mark Protosevich to consider ideas for a fourth 'Jurassic Park' movie.
The director has been meeting with screenwriter Mark Protosevich to "kick around" some thoughts about ways they could create a fourth film and rebirth the series.
However, Universal is keen to stress the movie has not been given the official go-ahead and no one has been approached to write a script or star, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The franchise - about the rebirth of ancient dinosaurs in the modern world - made close to $2 billion at the box office, with the first movie 'Jurassic Park' grossing $915 million at the box office alone.
Towards the end of the franchise it began to flag, with 'Jurassic Park III' taking just $369 million on its release in 2001.
Spielberg directed the first two projects but only served as an executive producer on the final instalment.
The multi-Oscar winning filmmaker has a number of movies in the pipeline, including a film adaptation of 'War Horse' and a biopic about the 16th President of the US, Abraham Lincoln.