Jurassic Park III, the eagerly anticipated third installment of Universal's popular dinosaur franchise (due in theaters next summer), has been rocked by numerous production hassles and one of the film's stars is as mad as a caged Raptor.
"There have been all the problems that one thinks of," says Oscar-nominated Fargo star William H. Macy, who plays the father of a 12-year-old boy stranded on a remote island populated by a new breed of beast: the spinosaurus. "The script has been evolving and being rewritten as we go, and what you want to say is, 'Who launched a $100 million ship without a rudder, and who's getting fired for this?' But that's the way it goes. That's the way they make these movies... big deal. I think someone should be shot, but I'm not in charge."
Script revisions are just one frustration for Macy, whose latest film, the David Mamet-directed showbiz satire State and Main, opens in wide release Jan. 12. He also compl