Dino Supervisor Phil Tippett Teases "Big" JURASSIC WORLD Presence At Comic-Con
With Jurassic World releasing next summer, it was expected that something from the film would be shown at SDCC this year, probably some footage & a glimpse at a dino or two, but Dinosaur Supervisor Phil Tippett is teasing that we might be getting something a little bigger.. Come check out!
He only had one job! The man indirectly responsible for the violent dinosaur rampage at Jurassic Park in 1993, dinosaur supervisor Phil Tippett, better known for his Academy Award winning VFX work on classics like Jurassic Park, Star Wars & Robocop, and soon for Jurassic World, let out a tweet earlier today teasing a possible Comic-Con appearance by an old friend. Check out his tweet below:
Now, what this means is anyone's guess. At 8 feet, a T-Rex display isn't likely, but another famous Jurassic Park dinosaur could fit the bill, the menacing Velociraptor. The raptors used in the film were approximately 6-8 feet, which is considerably larger than what its real-life counterpart would've been, but it does fit what he says above. In case you didn't know, the original raptors were essentially men in well-designed Raptor suits. Check out the video below to look at their process in constructing the raptors:
So what do you guys think, could we be getting a Raptor display? Or even better, could they be bringing a Raptor to life? How exciting would that be? Sound off with your thoughts below!
Jurassic World is an upcoming American science fiction adventure film and the fourth in the Jurassic Park film series.
Jurassic World will feature:
Director: Colin Trevorrow
Chris Pratt as Owen
Bryce Dallas Howard
BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu
Jurassic World is set to roar into theaters June 12, 2015
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