Yes, they're making "Jurassic Park 4."
Well, at least it's not a reboot. If you may or may not have heard, not only is a fourth "Jurassic Park" film been given the green light, production is about to get underway this month in Hawaii. "Jurassic World" will serve as a direct sequel, not a prequel, to the previous three feature films. And just like in those blockbusters, tough off-road vehicles were a huge part. The first film had the original Ford Explorer and Jeep Wranglers (when they still had square headlights).
"The Lost World" even featured the first-gen Mercedes M-Class. And now Mercedes-Benz USA has revealed that the G63 AMG 6x6 will be going up against those massive pre-historic reptiles in the upcoming sequel. Few details about the new movie are known, except that it'll be shot in 3D and part of the story will take place on Isla Nublar, the island from the original movie. Expect "Jurassic World" to be released sometime in 2015.