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We don't really know much about the plot of Jurassic World, but if the title is anything to go on, then we can expect that the plans for a dino theme park first have greatly expanded. Rumors have said that the latest sequel will begin with the Jurassic Park being a successful, functioning establishment, and if that's the case then you might be asking yourself, "Who is it that's taking care of all the dinosaurs?" Director Colin Trevorrow has just revealed the answer, as seen in the image posted above.
The picture comes to us via the filmmaker's official Twitter account, and was presumably taken from the set of Jurassic World. The image appears to be a sleeve/hat patch worn by the Isla Nublar Veterinary Services employees, which very likely translates to "Dino Doctors." Those of you who are giant Jurassic Park nerds will also probably recognize the island as the same one that John Hammond first started developing in the first movie. This location was actually first confirmed around this time last year when Trevorrow was doing some location scouting for his big blockbuster:
This isn't the first time we've gotten a quick look behind the scenes of Jurassic World, and I'm willing to bet good money that it won't be the last. Last year directors Marc Webb and Bryan Singer were on their respective Twitter pages every day revealing images from the sets of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and X-Men: Days of Future Past, and while Colin Trevorrow doesn't seem to be quite as active on social media as those two, he is definitely active. We may not get to see any big dinosaur action, but we can probably still expect some cool tiny reveals like tonight's. Perhaps we'll soon get to see what Chris Pratt looks like in costume - his character described as being a cross between Jeff Goldblum's Dr. Ian Malcolm or Sam Neill's Dr. Alan Grant. After all, we've already seen Bryce Dallas Howards' look:
Jurassic World is based on a script written by Colin Trevorrow and Pat Crowley and in addition to Pratt and Dallas Howard the film includes an impressive supporting cast that includes Judy Greer, Jake Johnson, Vincent D'Onofrio, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, Ty Simpkins, BD Wong, Andy Buckley and Omar Sy. The movie is likely going to be in front of cameras for the next couple months, but then it will be going into a lengthy post-production process that will lead to the film's theatrical release on June 12, 2015. We couldn't be more pumped.