A casting call was held in Hawaii for Jurassic World, also known as Jurassic Park 4, ahead of filming.
Shooting is slated to start for the film in May.
The call was for extras in the major motion picture, including men, women, and children who are comfortable in the water, as well as people who look like they’re in the military.
International scenes require people to represent Asians, South and Latin America, Europeans, Middle Easterners, Eastern Europeans, North Americans, and African Americans, reported The Garden Island.
Locations for shooting in Hawaii are expected to include Olokele Valley, Lawai, and Manawaiopuna Falls.
Tipsters recently snagged photos of set construction at Kualoa Ranch, where the original Jurassic Park was filmed in 1993.
Recently, a cast update was announced with Vincent D’Onofrio (“Law & Order: Criminal Intent”) and Irrfan Khan (“Life of Pi”, “Slumdog Millionaire”) announced as the main villains.
Chris Pratt (“Parks and Recreation”) is goign to play the main protagonist in the film, which is set 22 years after Jurassic Park.
And Bryce Dallas Howard (“The Village”, “50/50″) has been confirmed to have a large role along Pratt.