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    Steven Spielberg to produce Jurassic Park 4

    Steven Spielberg will not direct 'Jurassic Park 4' but will work on the project as a producer.


    Steven Spielberg has confirmed he will not be directing 'Jurassic Park 4'.

    The 'War Horse' director – who helmed the first two stories in the dinosaur movie series – will be returning for the mooted fourth instalment, but only in the capacity of producer.

    He said: "I don't want to talk about 'Jurassic Park 4' yet – it's too early – but I can tell you that I'm not directing it. I'm producing it though."

    Steven also confirms his forthcoming adaptation of Daniel H. Wilson's 'Robopocalypse' will be a "big popcorn movie", but does not want to confirm too many details about the project.

    He added at a press conference in Paris: "I'm making a science fiction movie probably in September called 'Robopocalypse' because on Daniel Wilson's book. It's a cautionary tale about war between human beings and robots. It's a big crowd pleaser, I think, a big action popcorn movie with a message.

    "I have a couple of other plans which I don't want to go into because they're too far out of the horizon."

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