A mysterious scooper has sent photos of what appears to be the "Daily Shooting Schedule" production board on the Universal Studios lot suggesting that Jurassic Park IV is set up for production on stages "7, 10, 12, 14".
The scooper sent this message along with the photo:
"Taken on the Universal backlot earlier today. Seems it's all over their backlot. My guess would be pre-lim shoots testing either actors, CGI or animatronics."
When we asked Universal Pictures about the photo, they denied production on Jurassic Park IV and said that they "have no idea why that is on there."
Is the studio really trying to keep this under wraps? Or is this a simple joke by a staffer at Universal? Only time will tell.
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