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Re: Plot for next Jurassic Park

Please note: there is no finished script yet, and nearly all projects have
concept art for elements that are never used. So while these MIGHT be in
the new movie, but they have have nothing to do with the finished product.
If any.

On Sun, June 23, 2013 9:55 pm, Richard W. Travsky 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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