'Jurassic World': See the First Images From the Set of Next Summer's Dinosaur Flick


On April 14, filming began on Jurassic World, the fourth installment in the Jurassic Park franchise (due June 12, 2015), and EW has already scored the very first photos from the secretive set in Hawaii. Details on World — which stars Bryce Dallas Howard (The Help) and Chris Pratt (Parks and Recreation) and is exec-produced by Steven Spielberg — are scarce, but director Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed) promises plenty of paleontological action. “Yesterday I was under a construction crane with Chris Pratt, covered with dirt, eyeballing the exact height of the dinosaur trying to kill him,” he says. “We both cracked up laughing. Sometimes you just have to stop and let the joy take over.”

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Crazay913d ago

Seriously. The Dinos looked AMAZING in the previous movies, just imagine how sharp they look this go around.

darklordzor913d ago

I know! I watched JP and JP: The Lost World over the last couple days (just because) and it still amazes me how well the effects have aged. With all they have available now, it's going to be incredible.

Crazay912d ago

It was on Tv the other day and I showed it to my daughter and she was more than a little interested but it was right near the end. Maybe this weekend will be a good time to show the first movie to her.

RetrospectRealm912d ago

I know right! I hope to god the writing and story isn't bad. I have high hopes for this!

Garethvk912d ago

I am still taking a wait and see on this one. The Director in my opinion is not qualified to do a film of this size. One indy film with no stars, no FX, and not shot in 3D is not a pedigree I want to see for a film of this size. To me he was picked as he showed potential but mainly so the studio and Producers could say shut up, make the movie this way, and we will tell you what works. If you remember it was due out this year but the studio came in and cleaned house last year, citing more time was needed, but they cleared out many of the people he brought in. It looked to me very much like a way of making sure he knew clearly who was in charge and how things would be done.

Crazay912d ago

Interesting take by you sir. I dunno if I'm just naive or the Jurassic fan in my is talking but I'm pretty optimistic this is going to be awesome. And hey, everyone needs an opportunity to succeed sometime right?

Garethvk912d ago

Yes but you do not hand a director with one film, a 200K one at that a franchise picture and say ok here is 200+ million work with a big studio, FX, and 3D when you have not worked with them prior.

Usually there is a transition film of some sorts or a track record of a few films.

Even Sam Raimi had years of films before he got Spider-man and he was at the time an unsual choice as he had done mainly low budget horror. But at least he had worked with detailed FX and such. To me it just seems like the Producers are making the film.

Crazay912d ago

Ya, I see what your point but maybe he laid out to them what his vision/plans were and they were amazing and they thought they could bring this franchise back to it's former glory. I'm jacked to see what happens.

RetrospectRealm912d ago

I'm sure Collin will be fine. I trust in the filmmakers, especially when it comes to Jurassic I just have to. I just have to...

MasterD919912d ago

Chris Pratt is a lucky guy...Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic Park.

I can't wait to see this movie though. It's about time we get a dino movie!

Crazay912d ago

Pratt is making quite the name for himself.

ajax17911d ago

Yeeeeessssss! Please let dinosaurs be the next "zombie" phenomenon.

Trunkz Jr911d ago

I hope so. Not that I dislike zombies, but I can easily imagine someone making a game like DayZ only with dinosaurs.

blackblades911d ago

You guys should look at the dinosaurs that be on syfy lol. 1970 dinosaurs/creatures looks better then syfy stuff.

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