Originally Posted by FitzoliverJ
Contrary to popular belief, it is VERY common - in fact, quite normal - for the literary estates of dead authors to hire other writers to continue the series. On that basis, and seeing as how the Crichton estate has already got people to finish off incomplete Crichton novels, I'd say it was fairly likely that they would consider revisiting "Jurassic Park" at some stage.
I hope they dont... All I can say is that Malcolm was right when he said they would "be so preoccupied with whether or not they could they never stop to think if they should." Crichton's Jurassic Park and The Lost World are both masterpieces that should never be tampered with and left to be where they are. Joe Johnson has already done a good enough job messing up what Crichton and Spielberg created anyway, the JP franchise couldnt take much more than that.