Jurassic World opens in less than two weeks and is slated to break records, but one man is already saying his goodbyes, somewhat. Director Colin Trevorrow has said he will not direct the next film but will still have a part in the production. Trevorrow revealed this during the French premiere of this film to badtasteit. Steven Spielberg remains a part of this famous franchise as the Executive Producer which proves that Trevorrow will still have a place in the franchise's future.
Jurassic World will be set 22 years after the events in Jurassic Park and it's been publicized that they are excluding the events of The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3.
In other exciting news, the Dinosaur Man himself wished Chris Pratt and crew good luck on the upcoming premiere. Sam Neill tweeted:
— Sam Neill (@TwoPaddocks) May 31, 2015