Posted on Thursday, May 2nd, 2013 by Peter Sciretta
Jurassic Park 4 director Colin Trevorrow has tweeted out the above photo, confirming that the fourth installment of the dinosaur film series will return to Isla Nublar. Fans of the series will recognize the name as the island of the original Jurassic Park theme park featured in the original film. The Lost World and Jurassic Park 3 both took place on a different island, Isla Sorna, alias Site B. The photo is from a location scout for the upcoming film.
The fact that the story will return to the island that started everything might give us some clues as to the plot of this new movie. Someone has returned to Jurassic Park, but why? Could another corporation be trying to reopen the park with new security measures? Otherwise, it will definitely be interesting to see how the park looks 20 years later after being left to the elements and with the Dinosaurs roaming free.
Information on the island from the Jurassic Park wiki:
Isla Nublar is a remote island about 120 miles (190 km) off the west coast of Costa Rica, which is only 87 miles away from Isla Sorna. The island was intended to to be the site of Jurassic Park. It was to be a tourist attraction featuring living biological dinosaurs cloned from pre-historic DNA. The park was controlled from the Visitor Center. The sequence of disasters that led to the closing of Jurassic Park is nicknamed the Isla Nublar Incident.