Colin Trevorrow Teases a Return to Isla Nublar in 'Jurassic Park 4'
Back in the middle of March, big news came that Safety Not Guaranteed director Colin Trevorrow would move from the indie world to blockbusters by taking the helm of Jurassic Park 4 for producer Steven Spielberg. The film had already been given a release date the June 13th, 2014 so Trevorrow will have to move quickly to meet that release, and they haven't even started shooting yet. Now Trevorrow has provided a bit of a tease for the sequel of which we have no story details. Through the director's Twitter, he posted an image from a location scouting session which gives away a small detail that should intrigue fans. Read on!
Colin Trevorrow posted the following image with the word "Nublar" through Twitter:
For those who don't remember, Isla Nublar is the island 120 miles off the coast of Costa Rica where the first Jurassic Park site was created and where the original film took place. This picture would indicate that the fourth film will return to the original island, but we don't know why. Now, this doesn't necessarily mean that we won't return to Isla Sorna, the island from The Lost World and Jurassic Park III, but this will be the first time we return to the original island. It'll certainly be interesting to see what the park looks like after 20 years of being left to the wild and roaming dinosaurs, and it should make for quite a nostalgic trip. Cool?