Posted by Jack DLM - Thursday 10 April 2014 at 01:32PM - 8 Comments
Thanks to a user on Instagram, we have a first look at the vehicles in Jurassic World, and what's better than knowing that we will be seeing an old and memorable vehicle return?! An original staff vehicle from Jurassic Park, a Jeep Wrangler, apparently is returning, having arrived in Hawaii.
The Wrangler is looking old and rusty, perhaps hinting that we will be seeing parts of the old park return in flashbacks or in a section of the film. The vehicle looks like it's been left for quite some time and number 29 was the vehicle that Hammond rode in with the Lawyer, when they first get to the island. The return of this Jeep could mean we will see a part of the park that we never saw in the first film, or that the vehicle has been simply saved by the Patel Corporation. We really don't know how the Jeep will be used at this point, but it's exciting to speculate!
The photos come from a member of the Universal Studios Transportation Department, who is currently on Hawaii. He also posted a photograph of another vehicle which is supposedly for Jurassic World, which looks like an armoured security vehicle reminiscent of the vehicles used by InGen in The Lost World. If you look closely at the photograph you will see another vehicle behind the armoured truck.
Today is an exciting day; not only do we find out an original Jeep from the first film will be returning, but today also marks the first filming day of Jurassic World. Colin Trevorrow and his crew are shooting at the Honolulu Zoo today, with a lot of extras we are told.
If you, like me, have been waiting for this film for give-or-take 12 years, then today doesn't really feel real. It's hard to describe the feeling. I wish the best of luck to Colin Trevorrow and his crew and cast, who I'm sure are going to make a sequel that we're all going to love.
Stay tuned as news comes in. It's going to be a busy few months!
Is Andy Buckley in Jurassic World?
Posted by Jack DLM - Wednesday 09 April 2014 at 05:38PM - 0 Comments
WSPA 7 has reported that actor Andy Buckley, known for his role as David Wallace in The Office, is starring in the upcoming Jurassic World.
"Actor Andy Buckley is best-known for his role as David Wallace on NBC’s hit comedy “The Office.” Buckley can also be seen as in the box office hit “Bridesmaids,” HBO’s “Veep” and the movie “The Other Guys” with Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg. Upcoming projects include roles in films “Horrible Bosses 2” and “Jurassic World” and appearances in HBO's “Silicon Valley” and Steve Carrell's new comedic game show “Riot,” which will air on FOX. This will be his fourth time playing in the tournament."
This is all the information that has been given at this point so we are unsure if it's simply an error or whether more cast members have yet to be announced.
Either way, Andy Buckley would not be a bad addition to the already great cast! Thanks to Brian for sending this our way!
Source: WSPA 7
Judy Greer to play Bryce Dallas Howard's sister in Jurassic World!
Posted by ChrisLikesDinos - Tuesday 08 April 2014 at 09:14PM - 0 Comments
Today Jurassic World actress Judy Greer held an AMA on Facebook, where JPLegacy user Xander21 aksed if she would play Bryce's sister. Check out her reply below!
Many fans had suspected she may play her sister due to their similiar looks, and the fact that they had previously played siblings in "The Village". Considering Bryce plays Ty Simpkins and Nick Robinsons aunt, it seems logical that Judy is playing thier mother. As always, stay tuned for the latest on Jurassic World! The news will likely continue to flow at a steady rate as filming begins Thursday the 10th in Hawaii!
Jurassic Park 4 - it's finally happening
Posted by Jack DLM - Friday 04 April 2014 at 09:45PM - 5 Comments
Young actor Ty Simpkins just tweeted this photograph of himself and director Colin Trevorrow in Hawaii, looking over what appears to be the Jurassic World script. After 12 years, Jurassic Park 4 is finally happening!
Let us remember this moment; this year is going to be a fun ride. Thank you to all our readers out there. Stay tuned as we bring you news and updates on the film as the cameras start rolling next week!