The two stars will join Hailee Steinfeld in the third installment of the hit franchise, set for release in July 2017.
Universal Pictures has moved into pre-production with a remake of the 1990 comedy, set to debut on Blu-ray/DVD.
The actress, who made her directorial debut on the his "Pitch Perfect 2," s now eyeing an adaptation of Victoria Aveyard's fantasy novel.
The 13-year-old actor talks with SPINOFF about his most challenging day on set, watching "Predator" with Chris Pratt, and his desire to appear in another Marvel movie.
The latest featurette showcases Jack Horner, who's been a consultant for all four films, and the science behind the latest installment's "killing machine."
Kevin, Stuart and Bob discover some kindred spirits on the trip to Orlando in the first clip from the "Despicable Me" prequel.
The "Jurassic World" star chats with SPINOFF about his love of the franchise, wrangling raptors, doing a lot of his own stunts, and who would win in a fight between Star-Lord and Captain America.
With only a week left until the park officially opens, Universal Pictures has unleashed the tension-filled final trailer for "Jurassic World."
Steven Spielberg, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Colin Trevorrow discusses the filmmaker's vision for the new installment of the Universal Pictures series.
The filmmaker says that although he'd like to be involved with the next installment of the franchise, he's not interested in directing it.
The "Breaking Bad" and "X-Men: First Class" actors are among the names added to the cast of director Doug Liman's suspense-comedy.
In another new clip from the Universal Pictures film, Irrfan Khan's CEO Simon Masrani gets his first look at Indominus rex.
The Colin Trevorrow-directed "Jurassic Park" sequel is tracking remarkably well ahead of its June 12 debut.
Check out even more new footage from the upcoming sequel, and funny behind-the-scenes videos of star Chris Pratt gyrating and trying to whistle.
Owen Grady is definitely the alpha in one of two new commercials for the eagerly anticipated Universal Pictures sequel.
This week we take the DeLorean up to 88 MPH to find out if the original "Back to the Future" really ended with "To Be Continued ..."