'Jurassic Park 4' Concept Art Shows Off a Theme Park Ready for Dino Demolition

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Although precious few details have been made available to the public, everyone has long assumed that 'Jurassic World' will center on a fully functioning dinosaur theme park where everything goes horribly wrong. Some newly revealed concept art from the film essentially confirms this, showcasing the formerly deadly Isla Nublar as a tourist paradise with a massive visitor center that would make the honchos at Disney World nod with approval.

Created by concept artist Nathan Schroeder, the images (via SciFied) take the infamous tropical island where John Hammond defied nature and transforms it into a true tourist paradise. The futuristic buildings are a heck of a lot more flashy and stylish than the low-key buildings from the first park and reflect a true 21st century attitude toward design. They also look pretty sturdy and probably have a high-tech security system, but c'mon, it wouldn't be a 'Jurassic Park' movie unless life finds a way and smashes through any and all defenses.

Of course, concept art is always subject to change and the park HQ in the finished film could look significantly different. However, the fact that this art exists in the first place gives us a taste of what we can expect from a finished 'Jurassic Park 4': T-rexes and raptors rampaging through a place that looks like EPCOT. We're on board.

'Jurassic Park 4,' officially titled 'Jurassic World,' opens in theaters on June 12, 2015.

Universal/Nathan Schroeder
Universal/Nathan Schroeder
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