Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom will arrive in theaters in June of next year, but news has slowed down lately regarding the film. However, in the news history of this film, long lulls between information often result in some pretty revealing plot details via leak or official reveals. Dark Star Designs, a former prop maker for Pinewood Studios, shared a image on instagram of a dinosaur statue apparently made for a museum sequence in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom.
This isn't the first time that a Museum setting has been teased for the sequel. The first official still showed a young girl standing in front of numerous Dinosaur skeletons. Frank Marshall tweeted a picture of a dinosaur statue alongside several production chairs. In addition several other leaked pictures that have been revealed have shown statues supposedly to be featured in the mansion.
So it appears the amount of effort being placed into the Museum setting does make it appear as if this location will be a focal point in the film. Presumably the private collection belongs to Benjamin Lockwood, and is located in his Mansion which have been seen set photos posted since filming began.
What are your thoughts on this reveal? What do you think of getting to explore Benjamin Lockwood's mansion?
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