Director Colin Trevorrow has been teasing “Jurassic World” fans with news of a new prehistoric beast. The internet is buzzing today with multiple reports suggesting that the first picture of the rumored Velociraptor has been revealed. Twitter user Garret Watzig posted a photo of the creature claiming that the photo is taken on set of the actual Velociraptor from “Jurassic World”. Watzig is friends with Cameron Ziegler, the son of Douglas D. Ziegler, who serves as the “special effects foreman” on the movie. Douglas D. Ziegler apparently gave his son the permission to post the picture he took of the Velociraptor.
Garret tweeted the pic with the following caption:
“This is an actual Velociraptor for the upcoming film Jurassic World! #jurassicworld #dinosaur #universalstudios #StevenSpielberg #Velociraptor #HYPE,”
Check out the pic!
The friendly folks over at jurassicworld.org confirmed with multiple sources that the photo is in fact real! Cameron and Garret also teased eager “Jurassic World” fans that more photos and a video will be sent soon.
They tweeted the following:
Let’s hope they stick to their word!
Taking place 22 years after CEO John Hammond mention the idea of a theme park, all hell will break loose on Isla Nublar which features a biological preserve, a safari, a zoo, and a theme park. There is also a luxury resort with hotels, restaurants, nightlife and a golf course all thrown in the mix for freighting dinosaurs and modified hybrids to destroy.
The film adapted from Michael Crichton’s novel is set to be released on June 12, 2015. The film stars Omar Sy, Idris Elba, Jake Johnson, Chris Pratt , Bryce Dallas Howard, Ty Simpkins, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan and Vincent D’Onofrio.