'Jurassic World' Director Colin Trevorrow to Direct 'Atlantis' for Universal

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Trevorrow will soon recommence production on 'Jurassic World' sequel 'Dominion.'

Colin Trevorrow is reteaming with Jurassic World studio Universal for a new fantasy adventure.

Trevorrow will direct Atlantis, based on the mythical utopian city that was lost under the sea. Trevorrow's take will see the famous city as a technologically advanced lost continent in the Indian Ocean.

Based on a story by Trevorrow and Bridge of Spies scripter Matt Charman, Atlantis will be written by Dante Harper (Alien: Covenant). 

Trevorrow will also produce under his Metronome Film Co.

Sara Scott will oversee the project for Universal and Jeff Gernert will oversee for Metronome. Metronome's Annys Hamilton will co-produce.

Trevorrow will soon recommence production on Jurassic World sequel Dominion. He is represented by Verve and attorney Lev Ginsburg

Harper is repped by Management 360.