There’s a new interview with Jurassic World production designer Rick Carter over on Nerdist.com. He worked Jurassic Park, The Lost World and Avatar as well as many other movies. He doesn’t give much away about the movie, however. Here’s the main bit:
According to Carter, he won’t be art directing Jurassic World but was involved on the first two and was invited back to get the ball rolling on the fourth installment of the franchise. Carter explains, “Since I was there for the first two Jurassic Parks, I was invited in by Steven [Spielberg] and Frank Marshall to come and try and set up something that would actually refer back to those first movies yet take us into the present tense. There’s a young director [Colin Trevorrow] who has come in who is fantastic, so I just – we went back and mined some of those things that we’ve done before but then how to bring them into a world now.”
Jurassic World will be the fourth Jurassic Park film and it will be released June 12th, 2015. The film will be directed by Colin Trevorrow and stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jake Johnson, Nick Robinson and Ty Simpkins. Check out our website for Jurassic World Rumors and the latest happenings on the Jurassic World movie.