Colin Trevorrow, the director of two parts of the Jurassic World trilogy, has taken over the task of directing Atlantis for Skydance.
In the latest Cinema and TV newsA new Atlantis movie is in the works. The Hollywood Reporter reported that Colin Trevorrow, the director of two parts of the Jurassic World trilogy, has taken over the task of directing the Atlantis movie, and Charmaine de Graet, the writer of the House of Dragons series, has taken over the task of writing the script for this film. Skydance is set to produce the film, and the studio is said to have acquired the rights to Atlantis from Universal Pictures.
In fact, Truro was originally supposed to direct the Atlantis movie for Universal, but later he transferred the film rights to him so that now Truro has a role as a director and producer in this project. David Ellison, Dana Goldberg and Don Granger are among the other producers of the movie Atlantis, which currently has no information about its story and events. The original script was written by Dante Harper, the writer of Alien: Covenant, when it was to be produced and distributed by Universal.
Now DeGritt and Truro will be rewriting the script for Atlantis, however, the film is still going to be a fantasy adventure based on the city’s legendary advanced civilization that sinks and is then destroyed by the elements, ancient gods, or human pride. DeGrit is best known as the writer of House of the Dragon, most recently as a producer on Daisy Jones & the Six, and writer and producer on The Acolyte from the Star Wars universe.
The movie Atlantis is supposed to be DeGritt’s first writing experience as a film. Jurassic World Dominion is the last movie directed by Truro and this movie managed to sell more than one billion dollars. He also directed Jurassic World, Safety Not Guaranteed and The Book of Henry. Truro was also at one point slated to direct Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, but was later replaced by JJ Abrams.