Velociraptors and Humans Will Reportedly Team Up in 'Jurassic Park IV'

Posted 5:45 PM June 22nd, 2013 by Binh Ngo
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The last three Jurassic Park movies featured land-bound and flying dinosaurs, but the fourth movie will have aquatic ones if the report by is to be believed. And yes, we'll be returning to Isla Nublar, the island where it all began.

In the forthcoming sequel, the theme park envisioned by John Hammond in the first movie is fully operational and is a popular tourist destination. Of course, we know it's only a matter of time before things go very wrong, and it does.

A new dinosaur that is smarter than originally thought will break free of its captivity and will run amok in the park. To contain this new dino, those troublesome velociraptors in the previous movies and the T-Rex (possibly) will side with the humans so it's not just humans running away from the dinos anymore.

That's supposedly the gist of the fourth Jurassic Park, but we don't know at this point if any characters from the previous movies will return. From previous reports, the fourth movie will kick off a new trilogy, so if it does will, more will be on the way.

Safety Not Guaranteed's Colin Trevorrow is directing the movie, which is aiming for a (summer?) 2015 release.

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