If you’re helming one of the most classical family movies ever created, it is important that you know when to engage your audiences with the little information you are able to indulge them with. For “Jurassic World,” helmsman Colin Treverrow teasingly uploads a photo that could mean a whole lot for the upcoming film.
There are more than enough reasons for us to anticipate the continuation of the “Jurassic Park” movie. It may be bearing a slightly different title this time around, but surely that does not stop us from getting our excitement on high octaves, especially when director Colin Treverrow shares into his news feed a picture that will surely bring flashbacks of the first film which possibly indicates that it is more than just a prop, rather a piece of information on what’s going down in the upcoming film.
Check the photo HERE.
With a caption that says “Autumn,” the picture subjects a sign that is overwhelmed with brown and dried leaves. This sign is one that every person who has seen the first movie will find very familiar — “The East Dock.” It’s one that looks similarly to the sign in the original Steven Spielberg-directed “Jurassic Park,” which Dennis Nedry (Wayne Knight) had toppled over on his way for escaping the island with the stolen embryos.
In the speculation shared by The Hollywood Reporter, the sign appears to be in a very good shape if it really came from the original. Stating that “Jurassic World” takes place over more than two decades after the original didn’t reach its full actualization, it’s obvious (for us avid Jurassic fans) that this sign could probably be a teaser on what’s to unfold in the renewed “Jurassic” movie.
Cinema Blend also adds that the new film will be showcasing the park in its live actuality and is at its apex function. What does this mean? It basically entails that the Jurassic Park is up and running, probably akin to the ones that we see in Universal Studios but with actual LIVE dinosaurs. John Hammond’s dream has finally been attained and is operating successfully. However, we all know that things aren’t bound to run smoothly when dinosaurs and humans are placed into one ecosystem.
Starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and more, “Jurassic World” is set to open in theaters on June 12, 2015.
That ends our scoop about Director Colin Treverrow’s teaser of the “Jurassic World” set pic. Keep tabs on Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates in the entertainment world.
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