Earlier this month, Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow revealed that production has wrapped on this new adventure, which takes place 22 years after Jurassic Park. While there have been plenty of rumors regarding the story, which the filmmaker has confirmed is set on the original Jurassic Park location, Isla Nublar, star Vincent D'Onofrio revealed in a new interview that none of the rumored plot details are true.

"You know, I've seen a lot of the stories out there. None of them really have it. You have no idea what's in store. There really are a couple of, I would say more than five or six scenes in that, that are just totally iconic, like amazing."
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A number of photos from the set and concept art confirm that there will be a fully-functional theme park with living dinosaurs in Jurassic World, which will reportedly include a number of new dinosaurs that haven't been seen before. However, no other story details have been confirmed at this time.

The actor also spoke about why executive producer Steven Spielberg chose Colin Trevorrow to direct this big-budget adventure, following his directorial debut, Safety Not Guaranteed.

"Basically, I think Spielberg chose him because of the end of that movie, Safety Not Guaranteed. And that movie wasn't supposed to end that way, and it was Colin's idea to end that movie that way, and I thought it was amazing. I mean, all I can say - I can't talk about story, again. These days, it's like the way Woody Allen - everybody's taking Woody Allen's approach and you're not allowed to discuss anything. Basically all I can say is that Chris Pratt has become a friend; he's an awesome guy. Colin Trevorrow is a great director. The crew on that [film] was amazing. The storyline is gonna be so different than the first few. Some of the scenes in that, just the scenes that I shot - I'm not in nearly as much as Chris is or Bryce (Dallas Howard), they're the leads in the movie - but just if I'm gonna talk about the stuff that I did, the scenes are so cool. There's real dialogue scenes in the movie and there's real, like, acting scenes in the movie, but at the same time the environment is full of dinosaurs. I mean, it's just amazing."

When pressed for more story details, Vincent D'Onofrio wouldn't delve into specifics, but he talked about his experience on the set.

"I'm legally bound not to say anything, and I also think it's more exciting not to. It's so funny because, when you're on a set like that ... it's not the same feeling you have on any other set, like, something that was created up, this world that was created by Steven Spielberg. When you're on that set, I remember the first couple days on the set it was so weird it. You see, 'oh, there's the jeep from so and so,' and [whispers] 'oh fuck, that's...oh shit!,' and everything looks so Jurassic-y. It's quite something. Then you have to realize that, you know, fuck, you know, I'm playing a real guy in a real situation, and you gotta start acting. But at first when you walk on set, like when we were shooting in Hawaii, we're on the side of this beautiful mountain, flying in helicopters and all kinds of shit. Like I said, there's an endless amount of iconic scenes in the movie that come one after another that are going to be so spectacular. You know, I think everyone is going to just love it. If they're anything, like, if the public is anything as enthusiastic as my daughter and my 14-year-old son, I think it's gonna be a huge movie then."

Stay tuned for more details regarding Jurassic World as we get closer to the June 12, 2015 release date.