Jurassic World promises to be a new sequel which also won't scrimp out on the nostalgia. The production will return to Hawaii to film in the exact same locations as the 1993 original and now we've got our first look at the sets... sort of.
OnLocationVacations.com sneaked around the Jurassic World set and managed to snap these candid shots. Sure, they're not great quality, but it certainly looks like they're building something interesting. Check them out below:
But that's not all, we've also heard that Rick Carter, the art director for the first two Jurassic Park films, will not be returning for Jurassic World. Despite this, it still seems he was consulted in developing the setting for the sequel. He said:
Since I was there for the first two Jurassic Parks, I was invited in by Steven [Spielberg] and Frank Marshall to come and try and set up something that would actually refer back to those first movies yet take us into the present tense. There’s a young director [Colin Trevorrow] who has come in who is fantastic, so I just – we went back and mined some of those things that we’ve done before but then how to bring them into a world now.
Still not satisfied? OK, well I've got another goodie for you, although I must stress this one isn't confirmed. It looks like a special effects artist on the sequel may have posted up a render of the iconic fences from Jurassic Park. It seems Jurassic World might feature a similar look, which just proves the park owners haven't learned from the previous owners mistakes. Check it out below:
Alright, one more piece of Jurassic World news. We've also learned that Legendary Pictures has confirmed it will co-produce Jurassic World with Universal. It is their first collaboration together, so let's hope it's a good one.
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