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Re: Plot for next Jurassic Park

Underwater attractions, tamed animals... it's Jurassic Park meets Jaws
3D, with a little bit of Lassie thrown in.

It occurs to me that this sounds a bit like a reboot rather than a
sequel, which means there's no need to keep the coelurosaurs scaly.
Heck, why not go nuts with the dinosaur designs in proper 'All
Yesterdays' fashion?


On 24 June 2013 02:55, Richard W. Travsky <rtravsky@uwyo.edu> wrote:
> Hmmm. The concept art towards the end of the article is interesting.
> http://www.joblo.com/movie-news/exclusive-spoilers-awesome-details-on-the-story-and-concept-for-jurassic-park-iv
> JURASSIC PARK 4, set in present day Isla Nublar, is now an actual theme
> park, as originally intended by John Hammond in the first film. It garners
> 10 million visitors per year and is completely safe - until it's not. The
> park itself is described as very Sea World-esque and includes an area called
> the Isla Nublar Lagoon. That means underwater dino's for the first time. No
> indication of what kind, but there's concept art showing one of the aquatic
> dino's, as part of a show, jumping out of the lagoon and eating a strung up
> great white shark like it was a fish for a dolphin at sea world.
> As part of a show, you ask? That's right, folks, this will feature "tamed"
> dino's. In fact, our source indicated that the usually menacing
> Velociraptors (which will finally be muzzled, along with the T-Rex - until
> they're not) will actually be used to help fight the threat, which begins in
> the form of a new dinosaur, not seen in any of the previous films (and not
> disclosed to us) shows to be much smarter than originally thought and is the
> main cause of havoc breaking out at the park.

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