Jurassic World, aka Jurassic Park 4, is currently shooting in Hawaii, and confirmed details are hard to find; director Colin Trevorrow remains staunchly tight-lipped, refusing to confirm or deny rumors that this installment centers on a new theme park full of dinosaurs where things get predictably chaotic. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer, Vincent D’Onofrio and Jake Johnson star in the film, which has been shooting in Hawaii, and recently, a visitor snapped and sent us this picture of a giant ferry docked in Honolulu Harbor with a very familiar dinosaur insignia. And on the other side (not seen) are written the words “Isla Nublar,” the name of the island from the first movie.
One can probably safely deduce that this boat takes passengers to the titular Jurassic World … but could it have a far more action-packed role than just transit? It’s hard to tell without the CGI added, but maybe this is the setting for some prehistoric watery carnage. To give a full sense of its potential, we added our best guess as to what kind of madness might take place on the decks of the Navatek I.
Oh no: This time they’ve spliced dino and Semester at Sea student DNA. Stop playing God!