Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow recently responded to a fan showing his support for the director and the Jurassic World franchise. The fan’s tweet came after ScreenRant reported on a petition on Change.org which called for Trevorrow to be replaced by Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom director J.A. Bayona for the third installment of the Jurassic World movies.

Trevorrow had some choice for words ScreenRant as he described what he believes they do.

However, it’s what Trevorrow writes next that really caught my attention. He talks about his love for the fans, but also empathizes with them and understands why they hold the Jurassic World franchise to the fire. It’s a perfect example of how directors should interact with their fans. It’s also a fantastic example for his peers like Star Wars: The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson and Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn to follow.

Trevorrow would go on to discuss what he believes is one of the major problems of the “anger and aggression online.”

A number of fans would praise Trevorrow’s example and the way he interacts with the fans.

What do you make of Trevorrow’s comments? Do you think he’s an example other directors should follow when it comes to interacting with fans and understanding their criticisms?

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