Filmmaker Colin Trevorrow revealed on his official Twitter account today that principal photography has wrapped on Jurassic World. The director celebrated by sending out a photo of the final slate, which just happens to be resting within the jaws of a massive T-Rex. Take a look at the photo, then read on for more details.
This photo is the closest we've come to seeing an actual dinosaurs on set, although the director previously released a photo featuring a new dinosaur's shadow, along with an ominous, bloody handprint image back in June, and a new photo of star Chris Pratt last week.
Now that post-production will be getting under way shortly, hopefully we'll get to see full images of these massive dinosaurs that inhabit Jurassic World, which takes place on Isla Nublar, the setting of the original Jurassic Park. This story takes place 22 years after the first movie, and centers on a massive, working dinosaur resort that attracts millions of visitors every year.