Jurassic Park 4 Location, They ruled the cinematic landscape in 1993 when they appeared in one of the top-grossing films of all time.Now, Stephen Spielberg's CGI dinosaurs are set to return in Jurassic Park IV, which is due for release next year.

And the recently chosen director of the film has just tweeted the very first picture from behind-the-scenes.Without giving away too much, the director simply captioned the picture 'Nublar' the name of the fictional Isla Nublar near Costa Rica's Pacific Coast, where the first film took place.

It does suggest however, that the latest addition to the franchise will take place back in the original park, which had closed down in the sequel - The Lost World - when the story moved to Isla Soma, known as 'Site B' where the dinosaurs had been originally engineered and nurtured.The real location of Isla Nublar is Hawaii's Kualoa Ranch, where parts of the original film were shot.

The first Jurassic Park tells the story of a billionaire philanthropist played by Richard Attenborough, 89, who along with a team of genetic scientists create a wildlife park of cloned dinosaurs.Last month, the film was re-released in 3D and proved as popular as ever earning an impressive $18.2m in its first weekend at the North American box office alone.

Rumours of the highly-anticipated fourth film began in 2008, when original director Stephen Spielberg was said to be 'kicking around' ideas for a reboot.The latest installment will be a big project for director Colin Trevorrow, whose only feature film to date is the indie comedy Safety Not Guaranteed.

However, the director has stellar support from the scriptwriters Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, who wrote the 2011 film Rise of the Planet of the Apes.And Stephen Spielberg himself is also producing the film along with seasoned professionals Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley.

Filming on the project is set to start in June this year with a summer 2014 cinema release date penciled in.
No major casting news has yet to be announced.


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