Despite recent delays, possibly due to raging velociraptors, Jurassic Park 4 is heading back into production eyeing a 2015 cinematic release.

In the new script from screenwriters Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver (Rise of the Planet of the Apes), Jurassic Park 4 returns to the Isla Nublar setting of the original film. Sam Neill, although his character Dr. Alan Grant does not appear in this film, described this installment as "a big reboot." The next bits of spoiler-y news seem to corroborate his statement.

Although the details are still sketchy, Jurassic Park 4 is set in present day, with the dinosaur theme park in full operation. Visitors find the more dangerous dinos, such as T-Rex and raptors, muzzled (because that’s sure to work out), and rumored to be used to help a later threat. Styled after Sea World, the park only contains a lagoon area with a never before featured underwater dino, "tamed" to leap out of the water and devour a strung up shark. Maybe PETA doesn't exist in this universe?

Also promised is an entirely new Big Bad dinosaur threat that gets loose, threatening the island (this IS Jurassic Park, after all). According to JoBlo, this dino has never been seen and turns out to be smarter and more dangerous than the park organizers originally believed.

Director Colin Trevorrow will also be shooting the film in 3-D, another first for the series.

Details on human characters are nowhere to be found yet, but will no doubt b announced in the months to come. These rampaging dinosaurs need something to eat after all.

Remind yourself of Jurassic Park's brilliance by looking at all the mistakes they made:


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