‘Jurassic World’ Director Tweets Potential Huge Plot Hint
Colin Trevorrow, the director of the upcoming Jurassic World, is a real dinosaur tease.
He’s been tweeting plot hints and first-looks since filming began in April — and his latest could be pretty substantial.
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) September 22, 2014
For someone not versed in Jurassic Park lore, this photo probably looks like a piece of wood covered in dirt and leaves. Which — you know — it is. But it’s also a clever reference to a specific moment in Jurassic Park, the first film. The “East Dock” sign refers to the section of the dinosaur-infested island where humans can board a boat to return to the mainland. It might be the same sign Dennis Nedry, played by Wayne Knight, hit with his jeep while attempting to hand off a batch of stolen dinosaur embryos before his untimely demise.
@thespencerperry WILL THEY FIND THAT BARBASOL SHAVING CREAM CONTAINER?! AHHHHHHHHHH.
— Ryan Turek (@_RyanTurek) September 22, 2014
Whether this a hint by Trevorrow that the stolen embryos will play a part in the upcoming film, or just an agonizing tease is unknown. But it’s not the first time the director has given away some film secrets on Twitter.
In June, he teased the return of the T-Rex with a shadowy street photo.
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) June 17, 2014
Later in June, he gave away the fact that there’s going to be blood spilled in these films. Probably human blood, with dinosaurs doing the spilling.
Saturday, 4AM. pic.twitter.com/yxSOMp3V1f
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) June 29, 2014
In August, Trevorrow tweeted a picture of a John Hammond statue, revealing that the creator of Jurassic Park will likely be viewed as something of a Walt Disney-esque figure in the 2015 installment.
In Memoriam. pic.twitter.com/5jL7Sh9Hpr
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) August 25, 2014
Stop teasing us, Colin.