When Jurasic Park hits screens next summer, director Colin Trevorrow will be taking us back to the original island where it all began – Isla Nublar.
Colin Trevorrow sent out the following tweet earlier today, showcasing a location that he considering to have stand in as the South American island home to the tragedy-struck dinosaur theme park of the initial installment of the franchise. (Remember that Parts II and III took place on the nearby Isla Sorna, AKA Site B.)
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) May 2, 2013
I don’t know about you, but it looks good to me. And judging from the notes on the photo, it looks as if Trevorrow will be eschewing the original’s 1.85:1 aspect ratio for something a little wider and possibly more epic feeling.
And of course, this does ask the most obvious question – Who has returned to Isla Nublar? And why?