Posted by ChrisLikesDinos - Wednesday 23 July 2014 at 12:15AM - 9 Comments
San Diego Comic Con keeps delivering the goods! Following up yesterdays amazing poster/art reveal, we now have our first look at Jurassic Worlds Tyrannosaurus! Click the picture below to see her in full:
While incredibly familiar to her first appearance, the design has undergone some tweaks: her skin is noticeably greener (though not as green as the TLW Bull Rex), her facial ridge highlights are pale as opposed to dark, and she has pale scutes running down her neck. Comic Con officially kicks off Thursday, so keep your eyes peeled for more from Jurassic World. While the chances may be slim, perhaps Legendary may share something Jurassic World related during their Saturday Hall H panel. Stay tuned for more updates!
Courtney James Clark joins Jurassic World!
Posted by Jack DLM - Tuesday 22 July 2014 at 01:31PM - 0 Comments
According to Deadline, actress Courtney James Clark has joined Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World. She's joining an increasing list of actors and actresses for the film who have come in fairly late in the game, with filming set to wrap on August 6th.
There's no word on if she has filmed anything yet. Courtney has just finishing filming on Mind Puppets with Vinnie Jones and has worked alongside Zac Efron in The Lucky One. You can check out her IMDb here.
In related news, actress Judy Greer who plays Bryce Dallas Howard's sister in the movie, was interview on Larry King where she spoke about Jurassic World.
"When King asked her about Jurassic World, Greer was extremely cautious and didn't drop even the teeniest spoiler. She told King that she even had to read the script under tight security, stating that when it originally came to her, there was a someone parked outside her house to take it back as soon as she was done. When King expressed his surprise at keeping things under wraps in his manner, Greer suggested that it would be worth it. "Just wait, remember this moment, and you'll be like 'whaaat?'" she said, of when King would finally watch the movie and be completely blown away."
You can watch the clip here. It's great to hear her talk so positively about the film, and of course it's interesting to note how tight the security really was with this film. Universal have continued the secrecy through the filming and have attempted to keep things under wraps. While it's unfortunate that some things have leaked, it's to be expected with such a huge franchise and a majorly anticipated film.
Lead actor Chris Pratt has now wrapped filming on Jurassic World:
And he also spoke with Access Hollywood about the film. While he says nothing we don't already know, he speaks very positively of the movie and seems legitimately excited about it. Check the video out here!
The filming of Jurassic World is coming to an end. What an unbelievable sentence. Many of us have been waiting for this movie for 12 years, and now almost all of the filming is complete. What a journey this has been.
Jurassic World coming to Comic-Con 2014?
Posted by Part Time Hero - Monday 21 July 2014 at 07:22PM - 16 Comments
The silence on Jurassic World's presence at San Diego Comic-Con 2014 has finally broken with director Colin Trevorrow taking to Twitter to premiere an exclusive poster for convention attendees.
Similar in design and colour to the art designed for the first Jurassic Park film, the poster depicts a classic Nublar Raptor atop the crash Ford Explorer from the original park. Construction for Jurassic World proceeds in the background. Keens eyes might also noticed a clutch of Raptor eggs in the Tour Car's wheel arch.
Whilst this confirms Jurassic World will be at Comic-Con in one form or another it is still not known where or when.
In other news, Steven Weintraub over at Collider is reporting that Chris Pratt has wrapped filming on Jurassic World and is VERY pleased with how it turned out.
What do you make of these latest developments? Will you be attending Comic-Con?
Poster artist Mark Englert has tweeted instructions on how to get hold of this exclusive, just text JURASSIC to 834567 and await further instructions!
Jurassic World brochure reveals dinosaur list!
Posted by Jack DLM - Monday 14 July 2014 at 08:26PM - 22 Comments
ComingSoon have posted images of the official Jurassic World brochure that guests have when they arrive at the park. It includes information on the park highlights, is covered in corporate sponsorship, and reveals a partial list of dinosaurs that we will be seeing at the park.
The images were original leaked onto Twitter by @jurassicp2k15 who was requesting followers so that he would post more images. We're assuming he was an extra who took a map home or we've even heard reports that some extras were selling their brochures outside the locations. Shout out to Christian for also sending these our way!
What's interesting is that the brochure doesn't list the Velociraptor or the new Diabolus-Rex, but I think it's safe to assume that those dinosaurs aren't for the visitors to see. We know Chris Pratt's character is conducting behavioral research on Velociraptors, most likely in a hidden section of the park. We also know that the D-Rex is an experiment that they are working on behind closed doors, so it wouldn't have made it to the brochures quite yet.
We also shared this image on our social media pages, of the Jurassic World map that was another brochure seen at the park. It's got the new and final logo on it as well as giving us a better look at the layout of the island.
And finally, a Twitter user posted this image of one of the many vehicles we've seen in set photos for the film. Previously we've always seen the vehicles with a piece of blue plastic covering a logo on the doors - well now that logo has been revealed on one of the vehicles as a company that we know fairly well.
Comic Con is on the horizon but it doesn't look like Jurassic World will be making an appearance. While Legendary Pictures, Phil Tippett and Legacy Effects have panels, Slashfilm and HitFix have reported that we won't be seeing Universal Pictures' Jurassic World this year. It begs the question - when WILL we be seeing something official for the movie? We may get a surprise at Comic Con but at this point is does seem unlikely.