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Jurassic World Concept Art Reveals The New-And-Improved Isla Nublar

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jurassic-world-concept-art-isla-nublar-01With production on Jurassic World about to begin this May, excitement is building for the first Jurassic Park movie in over 14 years. Director Colin Trevorrow will try to fill the shoes of Steven Spielberg and Joe Johnston, and while there are no official plot details available yet, rumor has it that the sequel will return to where it all started, at Site A on Isla Nublar, off the coast of Costa Rica.

Trevorrow earlier tweeted a photo of the original film’s location, and now concept art has been uncovered that seems to back up that theory. The two pieces of art also seem to corroborate the rumors that Jurassic World unfolds as a fully operational water theme park featuring various aquatic dinosaurs.

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Chris Pratt Confirms He’s In Jurassic World, Plays An Ex-Military Type

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Star-LordWhen Universal Pictures announced that the fourth installment in the Jurassic Park film franchise was going to become a reality in 2015, many wondered if a new film could live up to the greatness of the original. While the sequels were on the iffy side of quality, Jurassic World hopes to rebuild the once-popular film franchise. Now actor Chris Pratt (Parks & Recreation, Guardians of the Galaxy) has confirmed that he will star in the new film.

In an interview with PR Record Gazette, Pratt confirms and talks about his role in Jurassic World. Pratt is playing a character named Owen, a “rugged ex-military” man who will clash with Bryce Dallas Howard’s character, who is apparently a scientist for the Jurassic World theme park. It was previously believed that Pratt and Howard would play the parents of a family that journeys to the theme park and gets caught up in danger with their kids, to be played by Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinson. However, according to PR Record Gazette, that’s not the case.

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Jurassic World Trailer From Taiwanese Animators Who Covered Tiger Woods’ Affair

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While the summer of 2015 is packed full of big franchise movies such as The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Terminator 5, and Man of Steel: Batman vs. Superman, the fourth installment in the Jurassic Park film series could be one of the biggest blockbusters of the year. There hasn’t been a new Jurassic Park movie since Joe Johnston directed Jurassic Park III in 2001, so whatever director Colin Trevorrow has cooking up for Jurassic World, it’s sure to be a monster of a movie. Production on Jurassic World has yet to start, but now we’ve got a first glimpse of what the film might look like…sort of.

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Jurassic World Is Not A Reboot, It’s A Direct Sequel To The Original Jurassic Park

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velociraptorWe are going to see a lot of big blockbusters coming out of Hollywood in 2015. Not only do we get to watch Star Wars: Episode VII and The Avengers: Age of Ultron, we are also looking forward to the Man of Steel sequel featuring Batman and the Terminator 5 sequel/reboot film. Yup, 2015 will have a lot in store for genre fans. We are also getting the long-awaited fourth installment in the Jurassic Park film series, Jurassic World. Now director Colin Trevorrow has shed some light on where Jurassic World fits in within the Jurassic Park timeline.

One of Trevorrow’s followers on Twitter asked if Jurassic World is a reboot, and this is what the 37-year-old director had to say:

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Jurassic World In Talks With Nick Robinson For Leading Role

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nick robinsonAll has been quiet for a while when it comes the fourth Jurassic Park movie. Until yesterday, that is, when Iron Man 3 actor Ty Simpkins was cast in a leading role. Director Colin Trevorrow is busy building the pieces that will eventually become Jurassic World, and it appears he’s casting the kid roles in the sequel film first.

According to The Wrap, The Kings of Summer star Nick Robinson is in talks to play a role in the upcoming Jurassic Park sequel. While the nature of Robinson’s role is still closely guarded, it’s believed that the 18-year-old actor would play the older brother of Simpkins’ character. It also seems that the Jurassic Park movie will center on a family unit like Jurassic Park III and will be built as an ensemble film.

Nick Robinson starred in the breakout comedy of the year, director Jordan Vogt-Roberts’s The Kings of Summer, which featured a story about three boys building a house in the woods. Robinson also appeared in ABC Family sitcom Melissa & Joey and as a guest star on HBO’s Boardwalk Empire.

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Bryce Dallas Howard In Talks For Lead Role In Jurassic World

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HowardHas everyone had a nice 2013 so far that’s been relatively free from casting rumors about Jurassic World, formerly Jurassic Park IV, formerly Jurassic Park: Electric Boogalark? Those days are ending now, so let loose with your best dino-roar and hop in the jeep. According to TheWrap, Universal has reached out to actress Bryce Dallas Howard to star in Jurassic World, but the negotiations are in the very early stages and she hasn’t committed yet. This definitely isn’t who I thought would be the first person to get involved. I’m still holding out for Goldblum. I know I’m not alone there.

I don’t think I’m surprising anyone when I say that Howard’s role is only referred to as “leading,” without any actual details. For all we know, they’re using motion-capture so she can play a redheaded raptor named Deena. Depends on where they’re going in the world, I guess. Of course, chances are she’ll star as Ellie Satler’s daughter who spent most of her teenage years railing against paleobotany, and it’s come back to haunt her in the form of a planet overrun by dinosaurs.

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