Scarlett Johansson discussing potential role in Gareth Edwards’ ‘Jurassic World’ film with Universal

Scarlett Johansson Joins Cast for Gareth Edwards-Directed Jurassic World Reboot: What This Means for the Franchise

The Gareth Edwards-directed Jurassic World reboot at Universal has Scarlett Johansson in talks to join its cast. This news comes after the two-time Oscar nominee’s successful stint with Marvel’s Black Widow and a lawsuit over the 2021 pandemic release of the film.

The new project promises a fresh take on the Jurassic era, with original cast members Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, and Sam Neill not expected to return. David Koepp is working on the latest iteration of Jurassic World, having previously adapted the first Jurassic Park from Michael Crichton’s classic novel.

Steven Spielberg is executive producing through Amblin Entertainment, while Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley are overseeing production through Kennedy-Marshall. Uni is overseeing the project for a July 2, 2025 release date. The Jurassic Park franchise is over 30 years old and has grossed over $5.67 billion worldwide, with multiple sequels and spin-offs released over the years.

Johansson has been nominated for Best Actress and Supporting Actress for her roles in Marriage Story and JoJo Rabbit respectively. The news about Johansson potentially joining Jurassic World was first reported by InSneider.

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