Colin Trevorrow has only directed two feature length motion pictures: 2012’s indie time travel dramedy Safety Not Guaranteed and the upcoming return to the Jurassic Park franchise, Jurassic World. They certainly represent the opposite ends of the spectrum, production wise. One is a cute, clever sci-fi film, while the other is a massive, big-budget spectacle of the highest order. After his foray into dinosaur country, however, he’s going a wee bit smaller for his next film, Intelligent Life.
Now that Jurassic World is in post production, The Hollywood Reporter says that Trevorrow, as well as his writing partner Derek Connolly, who co-wrote both Safety and Jurassic World, are returning to the project they’ve been working on for some time.