'Jurassic World' Director Reveals That A New Species Will Be Featured In Film [DETAILS]
Colin Trevorrow, the director for "Jurassic World" recently sat down with SlashFilm to address rumors about the film.
During the interview, Trevorrow responded to the rumor that a new dinosaur would be created in the movie. The director said this rumor is true and that it will be created by geneticists at the park.
"[T]here will be one new dinosaur created by the park's geneticists. The gaps in her sequence were filled with DNA from other species, much like the genome in the first film was completed with frog DNA," he said. "This creation exists to fulfill a corporate mandate—they want something bigger, louder, with more teeth. And that's what they get."
Trevorrow also explained the setting of the film and revealed it will actually take place in a park full of dinosaurs.
"Jurassic World' takes place in a fully functional park on Isla Nublar. It sees more than 20,000 visitors every day. You arrive by ferry from Costa Rica. It has elements of a biological preserve, a safari, a zoo, and a theme park," he said. "There is a luxury resort with hotels, restaurants, nightlife and a golf course. And there are dinosaurs. Real ones. You can get closer to them than you ever imagined possible. It's the realization of John Hammond's dream, and I think you'll want to go there."
The director also said that it would address how humans deal with technology and how people cam become numb to phenomenons.
Trevorrow would also go on to discuss whether there would be good or bad dinosaurs. The director pointed out that dinosaurs lived by a different code of predator vs prey and said there are no distinctions besides that.
For the full interview check out the link at /Film.