With production scheduled to begin this spring on Jurassic World, two new pieces of concept art have arrived, showcasing the immense and futuristic "visitors centre" of the working resort on Isla Nublar, the location of the original Jurassic Park. Take a look at the photos below, then read on for more information.
This massive set will be shot on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, which is doubling for Isla Nublar in director Colin Trevorrow's highly-anticipated sequel. The images come from concept artist Nathan Schroeder, whose previous credits include Star Trek Into Darkness and Marvel's The Avengers.
These images are from 2013, but since the script went through several rewrites, it's possible that this artwork is outdated compared to what we will actually see on screen.
It has been widely reported that the plot centers on this working resort, first envisioned by John Hammond (Richard Attenborough), which now attracts millions of visitors every year. This sequel will also feature a brand new dinosaur that has never been seen before.