A new picture emerges from the set of Jurassic World
It doesn't tell us much, admittedly, but director Colin Trevorrow's new image from the set of Jurassic World is well worth checking out...
If you're looking forward to the forthcoming Jurassic World as much as we are, director Colin Trevorrow's Twitter feed is a great source of humour and intrigue. The past few days have seen him tweet a few suggestive images from its location in Hawaii, a snapshot of an old Jurassic Park cartridge jammed into a yellowing Super Nintendo, and effects genius Phil "You had one job" Tippett lovingly gazing at a model T-Rex.
Approximately one hour ago, meanwhile, Trevorrow tweeted the image below. It's not much, but it's intriguing nevertheless: a close-up of a patch. And not just any patch - one of the veterinarians' patches from Isla Nublar, the place where dinosaurs have been cheerfully stomping around since 1993.
Does this mean that the fourth Jurassic Park movie will take the form of an outsized, thunderously loud retelling of All Creatures Great And Small? Probably not, but it's nice to dream.
Jurassic World is out in UK cinemas on the 25th June 2015.
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