For a movie as big as Universal’s upcoming Jurassic World, we’ll really take all the news we can get. And though a visitors’ pamphlet which was handed out to extras and promptly leaked online doesn’t contain any big bombshells about what fans of the franchise can expect when this fourth entry comes roaring into theaters next June, it does give some tantalizing tidbits about how the Isla Nublar theme park (fully operational in this film, which takes place 22 years after the events of the first movie) is run.
In the pages of the pamphlet, some interesting attractions are outlined, including a visit to the “Creation Lab,” where “scientists are hard at work to re-create all the dinosaurs that have ever existed,” and the “Gyrosphere,” an interactive ride which features an “on-site instructional video prior to take-off with comedian/video host Jimmy Fallon.” Though it’s unclear whether this ride will be seen and a cameo from Fallon will factor into the movie, his involvement could be a neat way for the movie to update audiences on all that has been happening in the Jurassic universe since Jurassic Park III.
There’s certainly a lot for writers Derek Connolly and Colin Trevorrow (also the director) to fill us in on, given that mutated dinos are set to factor into the plot and the Isla Nublar theme park has apparently been operational for some time as it opens.
Jurassic World will arrive in theaters on June 12th, 2015. Check out the photos below and let us know what you think.