Are things as bleak as one might think after reading such a headline?
Colin Trevorrow's recently-announced Jurassic Park 4 might have just experienced quite a setback. Ain't It Cool News (via SlashFilm) noted that two employees of the prehistoric picture have revealed problems surrounding the production on Twitter. Initially, a Jurassic Park 4 concept artist tweeted "JP4 On Hold," while another member of the production team flatly wrote out: "Hollywood creates and crushes dreams. Goodbye JP4."
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The potentially depressing news comes just days after the director confirmed that the film would be returning to Isla Nubar, the island in the original film. A "reliable source" close to Jurassic Park 4 claims that the project is still in production, but has been put on a temporary hiatus while some restructuring goes on behind the scenes. Our guess is that "restructuring" seems to involve countless lay-offs to the team but we hope that Trevorrow is still in the director's chair to helm the dynamic dino-picture.