Scarlett Johansson Being Considered for Starring Role in Upcoming ‘Jurassic World’ Sequel

Scarlett Johansson Joins Cast of Upcoming Jurassic World Movie: Asteroid City to Release on July 2, 2025

Scarlett Johansson recently attended the premiere of ‘Asteroid City’ in NYC. The actor has been confirmed to join the cast of Universal’s upcoming new Jurassic World movie, which is set to be released on July 2, 2025.

Gareth Edwards is directing the new Jurassic World film, which features a script written by David Koepp. The project is moving fast in production, and Edwards replaced David Leitch as director after Leitch left the project shortly after joining.

This new project will see Scarlett Johansson returning to the world of franchises after her role as Black Widow in various Marvel Studios films. Despite her success in the superhero genre, she has been able to establish herself in other projects as well. Johansson has received two Oscar nominations for her work in Marriage Story and JoJo Rabbit. She also has a voice role in the upcoming animated feature Transformers One and is set to star alongside Channing Tatum in a big-budget Apple film releasing this year.

The latest Jurassic World film is part of a franchise that began with Steven Spielberg’s Jurassic Park in 1993, based on Michael Crichton’s novel. The original film was followed by a sequel, The Lost World (1997), directed by Spielberg, and Jurassic Park III (2001) directed by Joe Johnston. The trilogy was revived with Jurassic World in 2015, which grossed $1.67 billion and led to sequels Fallen Kingdom (2018) and Dominion (2022). Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were the leads in the trilogy overseen by filmmaker Colin Trevorrow.

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