Even though Jurassic World wrapped shooting in Hawaii last month, Colin Trevorrow is continuing to release new images from the set. Today's photo reveals a callback to the original 1993 Jurassic Park, which fans of the franchise will certainly remember. Check out the old East Dock sign, which was struck down by Wayne Knight's Dennis Nedry as he attempted to flee with stolen dinosaur embryos. The sign has been covered up by leaves and dirt over time, but that doesn't mean the Dilophosaurus, which killed Nedry, has fled the area. Will we see this iconic dinosaur return in this awaited franchise sequel? That's entirely possible.

Check out the photo as seen on Colin Trevorrow's official Twitter with the simple caption: 'Autumn'.

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Dennis T. Nedry was a computer programmer at Jurassic Park. Due to his financial problems and low salary, he accepted an offer from Biosyn to smuggle dinosaur embryos off the island. In both the film and the novel, he is devoured by a Dilophosaurus. He didn't know a lot about dinosaurs. He was directly responsible for the events that happened in both the novel and film. He is the tertiary antagonist.

Will there be a call back to Nedry in the new film aside from this downed sign? We'll have to wait until next summer to find out!

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