Jurassic World's Stunning, Futuristic Concept Art Just Went Public


From Cinema Blend

Maybe you’ve been to Jurassic Park, but are you ready for Jurassic World? The fourth film in the Jurassic Park series is hitting theaters next year, and everyone is curious about the storyline, particularly with the only returning cast member apparently being B.D. Wong of the first film. So with every new Jurassic World morsel comes the hope, and the theories, of what’s to come.

This latest peak comes courtesy of Nathan Schroeder, a concept artist who has worked on blockbusters like Star Trek and The Avengers. Universal is apparently quite alright with him releasing these images to the public, which paint a very peculiar picture of the Jurassic world we know and love. These are peeks at the island of Kauai, which is apparently doubling as the infamous Isla Nublar.

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