The first real tidbit about “Jurassic Park 4’s” story is now known. After it was announced in March that “Safety Not Guaranteed” director Colin Trevorrow would be in charge of the movie, news seemed to pause. Then, Thursday (May 2), Trevorrow tweeted a photo labeled “JP4 Scout,” presumably from a location scouting trip for the movie.
What’s telling is the caption he gave the photo, “Nublar.” Isla Nublar is the fictional island at the center of the first “Jurassic Park.” The second and third films took place on Isla Sorna, meaning “Jurassic Park 4” could see the first return to Isla Nublar since 1993.
It could also shed some light on the story, as Nublar was abandoned after the events in the first film, so something has to bring people back to the dinosaur theme park.
No cast details have been revealed about the movie. After directing the first two films, Steven Spielberg has signed on to produce the fourth. The movie will be shot in 3D and is currently scheduled for a June 13, 2014 release.