Jurassic World is the long awaited fourth entry in the Jurassic Park series. The series returns next year after a 14-year absence with director Colin Trevorrow at the helm and a top notch cast.
Set 22 years after the events of the first film (that's real time, yes Jurassic Park is almost 22 years old) the film will see a return to Isla Nublar, the location of Steven Spielberg's classic original.
Newcomers Chris Pratt (Parks and Recreation, Guardians of the Galaxy) and Bryce Dallas Howard (The Help, 50/50) star alongside Omar Sy (X-Men: Days of Future Past), Ty Simpkins (Iron Man 3), Nick Robinson (New Girl) and BD Wong as Dr Henry Wu, a returning character seen briefly in the first dino adventure.
Entertainment Weekly have the first images from on set, and while there are no dinosaurs on display, we do see a sign of the wreckage they cause and a first glimpse of Howard's character Beth.
Empire Magazine have also enjoyed access to Trevorrow's set and spoke to the man who, with this movie, will be directing his second ever film, following his acclaimed 2012 debut Safety Not Guaranteed.
Speaking to them, Trevorrow suggested that planned sequels will focus more on Omar Sy's character and his friendship with Pratt's leading man Owen. "He's essentially Chris Pratt's best friend," he says. "They work together and have some pretty cool action scenes together. I wanted to create a relationship there that could be memorable and potentially carry on to future films."
He also talks about the themes of the film, in absence of an official plot synopsis and only the barest of details. "It's about alpha dominance and the fact that humans have been the alpha species for a very long time", he explained.
"So now we've brought back another that happened to be the alpha species during its time, and we have to co-exist, so what is that relationship?"
Jurassic World is set for release on 12 June 2015.