Jurassic World will premiere in mid-2015 but small spoilers and teasers from the sets of the most anticipated movie is keeping the excitement of fans intact.
The director of the movie Colin Trevorrow welcomed the season of coloured leaves with a small yet creepy teaser picture from the sets which can send chills among fans.
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) September 22, 2014
The latest on-set picture of the sign reminds one of the awful death of Dennis Nedry. In Steven Spielberg's 1993 original, Wayne Knight's character hit the sign while attempting to flee after stealing the dinosaur embryos, although he was unable to do so and became the food of the T-Rexes.
Trevorrow has earlier teased pictures from the set including the shadowy image of a ferocious dino and a bloody mobile veterinary unit.
The upcoming movie is the fourth instalment in the Jurassic Park franchise and is rumoured to begin 22 years after the first Jurassic park accident.
The Chris Pratt starrer is expected to return to the fully operational park situated on the Isla Nublar Island. The park will be safe for visitors who will get the chance to breathe the same air as the ancient creatures.
However, things will turn messy soon as the new hybrid dinosaurs made from a fatal cocktail of DNAs will wreck havoc in the park that was John Hammond's dream.
The first trailer of the movie may release during November this month.
Produced under the Universal Pictures banner Jurassic World will premiere on 12 June next year.