According Comic Book Movie on Thursday, director of “Jurassic World’s” Colin Trevorrow talked about quite a few details for the upcoming Universal Pictures movie. Apparently, the park had been open for some time. Since 2005. That would mean it’s been open for 20 years by the time the movie releases next year in 2015.
Irrfan Khan, who plays Masrani of Masrani Global had decided to devote his work to moving forward with John Hammond’s dream a reality. Since the passing of Hammond, it appears now the park has opened as a full blown impressive theme park, complete with a Disney-like monorail and restaurant franchises.
Trevorrow remarked about the gyrospheres as seen in the trailer. Apparently, Steven Spielberg had a passion for theme parks and figured that the park attendees needed some way to get around the park whilst seeing the creatures up close and personal. The desire for a “free roaming experience” was something that was intended as the gyrosphere is loaded onto a track, but then off loaded in the field where it can be free to navigate around the valley.
“Steven [Spielberg] loves theme park rides. He wanted to create a way for people to get up close and personal with the animals, to make it a self-driving, free-roaming experience. It loads on a track, but once you’re out there, you actually get to navigate around the valley. “I see no way any of that could go wrong.”
That being said, there was a portion of the trailer where a gyrosphere was ripped to shreds. So there looks to be something going on there.
Trevorrow then talked about bringing for the new hybrid D-Rex. It was genetically bred as a brand new dinosaur to appease the masses. It was then explained that for most people in general, nothing is ever good enough and the desire to have “better” will always be desired. Thus the whole “bigger and better” version of a superior T-Rex.
What was also interesting about the trailer was the Velociraptors running along side Chris Pratt’s character Owen. Trevorrow addressed something in this regards about how humans could possibly have the ability to control the most ferocious beasts. This could be analogous for trainers with tigers and lions, but that would be an understatement.
“Owen’s relationship with the raptors is complicated. They aren’t friends. These animals are nasty and dangerous and they’ll bite your head off if you make the wrong move. But there are men and women out there today who have forged tenuous connections with dangerous predators. That’s interesting territory to me.”
“Jurassic World” opens in theaters come June 12, 2015.