Hot on the heels of the official announcement that Jurassic World, the much delayed forth in a franchise hellbent on squeezing every last little drop of blood out of a Micheal Crichton novel (figuratively) encased in amber, will hit theaters the summer of 2015 comes this. A video that was uploaded in the wee hours of the morning, from a YouTube user claiming shown at the recent Star Wars Celebration Europe II.
The following is the text from the original poster and you can check the video out after the jump:
“All I can say is this video was shown as part of Iain McCaig’s presentation at the recent Star Wars convention in Germany (he’s the fantastic concept artist and designer of Darth Maul). I can only presume it was part of a pitch for reigniting the JP movie franchise, if anyone can confirm please let me know. It was apparently shown to Kathleen Kennedy and Steven Spielberg. Mr McCaig actually said “it certainly got Steven interested in dinosaurs again…” I just think is so cool.”
I’ll let you take this one, Patrick.
If the laughably bad Sharknado level CGI didn’t tip you off, this has nothing to do with JP4 and everything to do with a canceled video game that just happened to have the same title. The films producer, Frank Marshall, took to twitter to debunk the posted footage and set the world straight on bad computer generated dinosaurs.
See? This is the post-Jimmy-Kimmel-fake-twerk-fail world we have created for ourselves where the sacred bond of YouTube poster to YouTube viewer has forever been sullied.
If we can’t believe a random thing uploaded to the internet, what is there left to believe in?