Though it’s more than a year away, we’re already pretty pumped up for Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow’s (Safety Not Guaranteed) new addition to the Jurassic Park franchise is one of our most anticipated movies of the summer of 2015, and has a great cast, cool story, and, most importantly, dinosaurs. The action takes place years after the original installments, when the park of the title has finally, after numerous hiccups, become a reality. If you’ve ever wondered what such a place might look like, these pictures of the tourist maps might give you a better idea.
Set on the Isla Nublar, off the coast of Costa Rica, Jurassic World has become the most popular tourist destination in the world. This map, like one you would pick up at Disneyland or other parks, features languages from across the world. Who wouldn’t want to spend your summer break gawking at dinosaurs brought back from extinction. But as history has shown us—and as Jeff Goldblum told us in the first film—nature can’t be as easily contained as humans like to believe, and when the attractions once again break free from their bonds, they run amok among the vacationers, and who doesn’t want to see that?
More than anything, this map gives you an idea of what species of dinosaurs will be making the trip from extinction to the present day. There’s obviously going to be T-Rex and a few triceratops, but you can see there will be many others as well. One that may catch the attention of fans is the symbol for the flying dinosaurs. Hopefully this means we’ll finally get to see one of the most memorable scenes from Michael Crichton’s 1990 novel.
Because dinosaurs alone obviously aren’t enough, you also get a good idea of what the other amenities the park has to offer. There are golf courses, rides, a water park, and an event centers. Little ones can even go to what is obviously the coolest petting zoo in the world. That is, at least until things start to go crazy.
Recent rumors indicate that the real problems in Jurassic World arise when they try to play god even more so than just bringing back species that died out millions of years ago. Because you can never make enough money, they develop a new dinosaur by combining DNA from T-Rex, the raptors, snakes, and even cuttlefish, a chameleonic creature. That’s not going to end well, but fortunately the park has an awesome dinosaur trainer played by Chris Pratt, and there are reportedly going to good dinosaurs fighting bad dinosaurs when the shit really goes down.
Jurassic World is currently filming in Hawaii, and also stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Vincent D’Onofrio, Omar Sy, Ty Simpkins, Irrfan Khan, Ty Simpkins, Judy Greer, and Nick Robinson. The film opens everywhere on June 12, 2015.