Jurassic World Will Not Have a Director's Cut
Jurassic World is on the road of a heavily unexpected success in cinemas worldwide and isn't too far off course from the $ billion mark after the first weekend already brought in over $500 million. That doesn't only provoke the question for the studio whether sequels should be ordered but also what further revenue could be made with the 4th film. On Blu-ray, for example, where customers are often prompted to spend a few more Dollars in return for a longer version not seen in theaters.
The Jurassic Park franchise hasn't yet had such a treatment for the previous films but it wouldn't be the first franchise that started later on with this trend (e.g. Fast & Furious, X-Men or Avengers). But as Colin Trevorrow told Collider, an Extended Cut should not be expected for Jurassic World.
However, the Blu-ray will still feature a lot of bonus materials and will also include a deleted scene that already got some media coverage involving the two main protagonists and their unpleasant encounter with dinosaur feces. Trevorrow explains that he removed that scene from the final film because of tone and atmosphere considerations. It doesn't seem to hinder the film much as the many positive reviews suggest.
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