After years of delays and talk, Jurassic Park 4 is finally coming to theaters on June 12 2015 with a title change, Jurassic World.
The movie will be put out by Universal Studios and will be directed by Colin Trevorrow, produced by Steven Spielberg, and shot in 3D.
According to Inside Movies, the film was originally slated for a 2014 release, but the script was not up to par with the other movies in the franchise. Jurassic World will go head to head with The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Star Wars: Episode VII, Independence Day, and the Superman sequel.
The original Jurassic Park was released in 3D and smashed international box offices this past weekend.
The 1993 film was no. 1 overseas, and earned over $30 million in 11 different countries, reported the Christian Science Monitor. That total brought it to the worldwide mark of $90 million.
There are eight more countries expected to get the movie with China, Bolivia, Mexico, Panama, Spain, Ireland, U.K., and Trinidad already showing.
When Jurassic Park was originally released, the film made $970 million worldwide and was the highest-grossing film of all time up until that point.
The two sequels, The Lost World in 1997 and Jurassic Park 3 in 2001, have grossed over $1.9 billion.
The film stars Sam Neil, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum, and was written by Michael Crichton.
At the time of the film's creation it had some of the most advanced CGI and robotics ever used in film.