‘Jurassic World’ Brochure Leaks Online, Features List of Dinos to Expect

By July 14, 2014
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Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow’s Twitter account has been a good source of information for the upcoming film, but it turns out that even a movie that actively feeds fans little slivers of info on a regular basis is susceptible to leaks.

Kate’s synopsis of the plot from a recent piece of hers explains the plot really well, so I’ll let her take it from here:

Trevorrow’s Jurassic World picks up twenty-two years after the original film, with dinosaur cloning still going strong, though this time, it’s actually being presented as it was once intended — as the basis of a big-time theme park on Isla Nublar. (This sounds like a bad idea, right?) Although the park was an initial success (we’re guessing they must have employed one heck of a PR company), attendance is steadily declining, and a new attraction (a new dinosaur?) is created and trotted out to bolster ticket sales.

Today, a Reddit user uploaded a bunch of photos of a prop brochure from the film’s theme park, and along with being a cool look at the kind of detail that productions often put into their films (I wouldn’t be surprised if we never saw the inside of one of these brochures on screen in the final film), it also gives us a look at the list of dinosaurs we can expect to see when the movie hits theaters next year. Take a look below:

JW Brochure 1

JW Brochure 2

JW Brochure 3

JW Brochure 4

JW Brochure 6

JW Brochure 5

Product placement aside, this is a pretty cool prop, and in case you’ve somehow never been to an amusement park in your life, it looks very much like a real one you’d find at a place like Disneyland or Universal Studios. I’m extremely excited for Jurassic World; the cast is great, Trevorrow’s Safety Not Guaranteed was excellent, and I’m really liking the quick glimpses of what we’ve seen so far. What do you think?

Jurassic World hits theaters on June 12, 2015.

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