'Jurassic World' Patch and Rumored Map Images Tease a New Dinosaur Park

Jurassic World map offers Jurassic Park details

The Jurassic Park franchise turns 22 next year; to mark the occasion, we'll be getting a new installment in the sci-fi/horror/thriller series, titled Jurassic World. This chapter includes franchise newcomers in director Colin Trevorrow (Safety Not Guaranteed), stars Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy) and Bryce Dallas Howard (The Help), and composer Michael Giacchino (Star Trek Into Darkness) - and, in a change of pace, this movie will feature an up-and-running version of the Jurassic Park establishment. Well, when the film starts, the park will be working, anyway.

A rumored plot synopsis emerged a year ago, asserting that Jurassic World takes place on present-day Isla Nublar (i.e. the island from the original movie), where John Hammond's dream of an operational Jurassic Park has been realized at last; over the months since then, less shaky plot details and conceptual art has found its way online, all but confirming that this is still the basic premise for Trevorrow's JP installment.

Principal photography on Jurassic World is underway (e.g. the first official set images) - and now, Trevorrow has Tweeted out an image of a patch worn by Jurassic World's veterinary services, once again confirming that Isla Nublar is the setting for this new installment. Chances are, though, this is as revealing as it will get for Trevorrow's social media promotion of Jurassic World - unless he decides to Tweet a pic of a solemn Pratt standing aside a dinosaur (a la Zack Snyder's Batfleck reveal), or Howard administering medicine to a sick Triceratops.

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