Empire Magazine teased an exclusive interview with Jurassic World’s Colin Trevorrow today, and the director had some good news for fans of practical effects: Jurassic World will be using animatronic dinosaurs in combination with computer-generated effects, as the previous Jurassic films have.
Trevorrow also discussed the possibility of more Jurassic movies after World, indicating a continuous story that is able to arc over the span of several movies, rather than a series of sporadic and unconnected sequels.
Check out the exclusive here, or pick up the June edition of Empire for the full scoop.
These have already been posted all over the Internet today, but Entertainment Weekly today published some exclusive Jurassic World photos. The set gives us our first look at Bryce Dallas Howard in character on set, a damaged Jurassic construction truck, and a director’s chair with a new brilliant blue Jurassic World logo overlooking the scenic Hawaiian landscape..
Pictured: Stan Winston Studio’s Animatronic raptors from The Lost World: Jurassic Park.
Question: Do you think Jurassic World should use a combination of animatronic and CGI dinosaur effects, or exclusively CGI? And why?
The new episode of Jurassic Cast, the Jurassic Park fan podcast, is now available. Check it out on iTunes, Stitcher, or clicking over to jpforever.com.
Nick Robinson holds tight on to his script while leaving his hotel on Thursday (April 17) in Hawaii. The 19-year-old …
Tabloid sites are starting to pick up on Jurassic World currently filming in Hawaii! Check out teen celeb blog Just Jared Jr’s post on Jurassic World’s young stars Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins.