Jurassic World (Jurassic Park 4): New Concept Art Shows Futuristic Isla Nublar

April 3, 2014 Updated: July 18, 2015

New concept art allegedly shows Isla Nublar in Jurassic Park (also known as Jurassic Park 4).

Illustrator Nathan Schroeder, who has worked on films such as The Avengers and Pirates of the Caribbean, posted several images on his website that may be from Jurassic Park. 

It’s of note that the photos were labeled 2013 and seem to have since been taken down, although they are circulating on other websites.

One of the websites, Jurassicworld.org, notes that the concept images were likely uploaded when Jurassic Park 4 went through the hiatus not so long ago.

“It’s important to note that the script went through re-writes during the hiatus, so this concept art might be out-dated compared to what we will actually see on screen,” said Jack DLM on the site.

Jurassic World concept art

Details about the plot of Jurassic World have been scarce but new insights just came out in a piece from the Hawaii Film & Movie Magazine. 

An early script indicates that Isla Nublar is an actual theme park as intended by John Hammond in the original film that draws 10 million visitors a year and is “safe.”

The park is described as “Sea World-esque” and includes the Isla Nublar Lagoon, featuring underwater dinosaurs.

“The usually-menacing velociraptors now will be used to help fight the threat, which begins in the form of a new dinosaur–not seen in the previous films–that is much smarter than originally thought and is the main cause of the havoc breaking out at the park,” reported the magazine.

Filming is taking place in Hawaii, Lousiana, and California.

Jurassic World is being directed by Colin Trevorrow and will feature Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard in leading roles. Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, and Ty Simpkins are other confirmed actors involved. Steven Spielberg is an executive producer on the film, which is set to hit theaters in June 2015.

See two other pieces of concept art below, unconfirmed per Neogaf.

Epoch Times Photo

Epoch Times Photo

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