So 'Jurassic World' is actually being filmed right now as we speak, and snapshots of what we might expect from the hotly-anticipated return to Spielberg's storyworld keep popping up online.
Only yesterday, it was a tantalising shot of a veterinary ranger badge, emblazoned a map of Isla Nublar, the island from the first movie, dropped on director Colin Trevorrow's Twitter feed.
Then there was the snap of a boat featuring the Jurassic World logo spotted in Hawaii, which spawned much anticipatory photo-shopping.
You may be able to wait until its June 2015 release, but in case you can't, herein the top 'real-life' Jurassic Parks for you to get a prehistoric fix right now...
Field Station: Dinosaurs – New Jersey
Formulated by lifelong dino enthusiast Guy Gsell, this park at Secaucus, New Jersey, boasts 32 full-size animatronic dinosaurs, set in a jurassic 'eco-system'. It's described as being 'Crichton-esque' in that takes the angle of what it might be like if scientists actually were able to study live dinosaurs, with a team that boasts proper, paid-up palaeontologists. As well as a 15-foot T-Rex, there's a whopping Argentinosaurus, which at 90 feet long is the largest animatronic dinosaur in the world.
Dinosaurs Alive! – Ohio
Part of the massive King Island amusement park in Mason, Ohio, Dinosaurs Alive! features a solid 60 life-size dinosaurs, 56 of which are animatronic. It's the largest park of its kind in the world (there are a handful of other Dinosaurs Alive parks across the country too), and has replica excavation and paleontological digs sites.
Dinosaurier Park – Germany
Located in Munchehagen, near Hanover, the Dinosaurier Park boasts an impressive 220 life-size 'primeval giants', some as big as 148 feet long (the Seismosaurus), and including mammoths and sabre-toothed big cats. There's a lengthy 2.5 mile trail running through the park, along with actual dino footprints, preserved for 139 million years, and exhibits of genuine dinosaur bones.
Parco Della Preistoria – Italy
Open for nearly 40 years, Parco Della Preistoria near Milan, is a sprawling 100 hectare park featuring woodland, a labyrinth and its own swamp. It also features 32 dinosaur reconstructions as well as a wealth of wildlife and fossils.
Honourable mention: Crystal Palace Park - London
A bit more manageable perhaps than heading to the US or Europe, the Dinosaur Court at Crystal Palace Park in London is the oldest dinosaur park in the world, having opened in 1854. The icthyosaurs and plesiousaurs that laze around a fenced lagoon in south east London might not move about and roar at you, but they're grade II listed and very charming indeed.
'Jurassic World' is out next summer starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer, Jake Johnson, Vincent D'Onofrio and Omar Sy.