With the departure of David Leitch from the Jurassic World project, Universal now faces the challenging task of identifying a replacement director swiftly. The unparalleled success of the Jurassic franchise, which has grossed over $6 billion worldwide, underscores the critical importance of securing a skilled filmmaker to carry the legacy forward.
In a parallel development, New Line Cinema is gearing up for the grand finale of its highly successful Conjuring movie series. Titled 'The Conjuring 4,' this installment has been in the works since early last year and has now secured a director. Michael Chaves, who previously helmed the 2021 installment 'The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It,' is in negotiations to direct what is anticipated to be the fourth and final outing in the series.