'Jurassic Park 4' could be heading back to the paradise island from the first film.
Director Colin Trevorrow has posted a shot from a recent location scouting trip on his Twitter account, with the caption 'Nublar', refering to Isla Nublar, the fictional island from 'Jurassic Park'.
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The following sequels 'The Lost World: Jurassic Park' and 'Jurassic Park III' took place on Isla Sorna, which might give some idea of where the plot might be headed for the fourth installment.
The Hawaiian island of Kaua'i was in fact the real location of Isla Nublar.
It's likely that any plot details will be kept heavily under wraps, but it's certainly possible that the action may return to the orginal, dinosaur-populated island.
Trevorrow, the director of the indie hit 'Safety Not Guaranteed', was announced as the helmsman of the project in March.
Meanwhile, the sequel, coming 12 years after 'Jurassic Park III', has been written by husband and wife team Rick Jaffa and Amanda Silver, who penned 'Rise of the Planet of the Apes'.