'Jurassic World' Gets a Comic-Con Poster from Artist Mark Englert
The hype for Comic-Con continues with just two days before the pop culture convention launches in San Diego. And while there may not be a full panel for Colin Trevorrow's forthcoming sequel/reboot Jurassic World, that doesn't mean Universal won't have a presence for the film produced by Steven Spielberg. In fact, the director just revealed an exclusive poster that fans will be able to get their hands on at Comic-Con. It features a velociraptor perched on the remains of one of the old Jurassic Park vehicles as the scene behind shows construction of the operational park we'll see in Jurassic World. The piece comes from artist Mark Englert, who recently did some Disney artwork and had a piece in the Ghostbusters art show. Look!
Here's the Comic-Con exclusive poster for Jurassic World from director Colin Trevorrow:
If you want this cool poster from Comic-Con, Collider says you can follow @JurassicPark on Twitter, @JurassicWorld on Instagram or text JURASSIC to 834567 to find out where you can get it in San Diego.
Jurassic World is directed by Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed), who rewrote the script with Derek Connolly from an earlier draft by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes). No plot details are available yet, but the film has been said to feature a new operational dinosaur theme park, just as John Hammond imagined over 20 years ago. The cast includes Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Nick Robinson, Jake Johnson, Ty Simpkins, Vincent D'Onofrio, Irrfan Khan and B.D. Wong, reprising his original role from Jurassic Park. Universal Pictures releases the film June 12th, 2015.
Xerxexx on Jul 21, 2014
Never noticed that the Apes writing duo scripted this. Now I'm way more interested, I think this will be fantastic.
MattPeloquin on Jul 21, 2014
I agree, it might be a very good choice. There is so much potential in the jurassic park setting, we just need the right folks to thread out a new direction without leaving the feel of the first one completly. They did pretty good with the apes, lets see how they fare with the dinos. 😀
ErrorSapiens on Jul 22, 2014
"Life finds a way."
DAVIDPD on Jul 21, 2014
That's a pretty cool poster; love the colors. And what's also great about it, is it might explain why the raptors weren't on the brochure everyone complained about. Maybe the whole park has a perimeter fence around it to protect people from the raptors that are still loose/free on the island.
JBrotsis on Jul 21, 2014
Idiot... No you can consider this like a prequel to the movie. Think of this poster as few years before the new film. Pretty much taking all shit down and renewing it all. No way they would leave a fucking vehicle and raptors to run a muck. Jesus are u 5? And the island isn't as big to just scoot it under the rug
Billy Swor on Jul 22, 2014
Wow...what an asshole you are. It was simply an idea (ever heard of one). My idea was based off subplots within Jurassic Park the book (which you've probably never read) in which there were more raptors than previously calc...never mind read it yourself. And a prequel to the movie??? It's JP4 you idiot and it's not taking place a few years before the movie, it's taking place 20 something years after the first (get your facts straight before calling someone else the idiot). Plus, I didn't know a vine entangled, useless vehicle could "run a muck". You know I could go on and on about how your comment really doesn't answer anything I previously stated and how trying to answer it makes my head hurt cause it's like trying to explain something to a complete imbecile. So...go bitch somewhere else.
JBrotsis on Jul 23, 2014
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