The dedicated scientists behind the hit theme park attraction Jurassic World have today delivered a little Easter surprise, Tweeting out an image from the park’s incubation room with a QR code and the message, “The hunt is on. Happy Easter from Isla Nublar.” Following the link leads one to discover an image of Dr. Ian Malcolm’s book “God Creates Dinosaurs,” which you can check out in full in the gallery viewer below.
Malcolm, as Jurassic Park fans well know, was the Chaos Theory expert mathematician played by Jeff Goldblum in both Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park and in his 1997 sequel The Lost World. It is not believed that Goldblum will be appearing in the new film, but only time will tell for sure.
Does the hunt end here or are there additional clues in the below image? We’ll update this story if there are any further developments.
Opening in 3D, 2D and IMAX theaters, Jurassic World arrives from Safety Not Guaranteed helmer Colin Trevorrow and offers a terrifying sci-fi adventure set 22 years after the events of Steven Spielberg’s original 1993 Michael Crichton adaption, Jurassic Park. According to Trevorrow, a huge part of what sparked his take on the blockbuster franchise was the image of a teenager texting, unimpressed with the T. Rex behind the glass in front of him. You can read more about Trevorrow’s thoughts on the film from earlier this year by clicking here.
Jurassic World, which hits theaters on June 12, 2015, also stars Bryce Dallas Howard (The Help, Spider-Man 3), Ty Simpkins (Insidious, Iron Man 3), Jake Johnson (Let’s Be Cops, “New Girl”), Nick Robinson (The Kings of Summer), Irrfan Khan (Life of Pi, The Amazing Spider-Man), Vincent D’Onofrio (“Daredevil,” “Law & Order: Criminal Intent”), BD Wong (Jurassic Park, “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit”), Omar Sy (X-Men: Days of Future Past, The Intouchables), Judy Greer (Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Tomorrowland), Katie McGrath (NBC’s “Dracula,” “Merlin”), Lauren Lapkus (Blended, The To Do List) and Andy Buckley (Bridesmaids, The Other Guys).