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'Jurassic Park 4: World' Plot Spoilers Revealed! Trailer, Release Date & Cast Updates Here

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"Jurassic World" director Colin Trevorrow has revealed one major scoop about the upcoming fourth installment of the "Jurassic Park" franchise.

In a report from Yahoo! Movies, Trevorrow said that "Jurassic World" is a direct continuation of the original 1993 "Jurassic Park" movie by Steven Spielberg and is set 20 years after the first film's events.

Cinema Blend noted that the first flick saw John Hammond, portrayed by the late Richard Attenborough, shut down the park when things started to turn chaotic.

According to Trevorrow, "the previous sequels aren't being written out of continuity so much as placed to the side, as they both unfolded on a different island," Yahoo! Movies wrote. The new installment will feature a functioning dinosaur theme park located on Isla Nublar visited by thousands of tourists coming to see the creatures.

The park is being managed by scientist and operations manager Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) with hundreds of staff employed, including velociraptor trainer Owen Grady, played by Chris Pratt, Yahoo! Movies added.

A report from SlashFilm also revealed that the Tyrannosaurus Rex featured in the original films will make a comeback in "Jurassic World." Granted, the 22-year-old creature is a little slower, but Trevorrow insisted that the dinosaur is still fearsome and menacing.

"It's going to move a little bit differently, but it'll move differently because it's older. And we're giving her some scars and we're tightening her skin," the filmmaker told the news outlet, adding that the installment is the T-Rex's "Unforgiven."

For the T-Rex, Trevorrow revealed that the production got a chance to reconstruct the dinosaurs with their original designs still intact, adding that the new look of the raptors are created through motion-capture technology, which will allow the creature to have their own distinctive movements, SlashFilm added.

"We got to build everyone from the ground up because technology has changed so much that everything is a rebuild. And I got to bring in dinosaurs that I've always thought deserved a big scene," he told SlashFilm. "And then there's the new approach used in this film, which perhaps emulates films like the recent 'Planet of the Apes' movies more than it does the original 'Jurassic Park.' While there are some animatronic elements this time, the major dinosaur presences are created with performance capture."

The film, which is slated for release on June 12, 2015, also stars Ty Simpkins, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson, Irrfan Khan, Vincent D'Onofrio, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Judy Greer, Katie McGrath, Lauren Lapkus, and Andy Buckley, Coming Soon reported.

Cinema Blend noted that Phil Tippett was also involved in "Jurassic World." He worked on past "Jurassic Park" films and was the supervisor in charge of overseeing the dinosaurs' creation behind the scenes. Technological advancements allowed Tippett to make improved versions of the creatures, a far cry from the previous movies' tactic of making actors wear raptor suits on set.

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