'Jurassic World' is ready to go into post production and Chris Pratt says fans can expect an ''awesome'' film.
Filming for 'Jurassic World' is complete and the film is ready to go into post production.
The eagerly-flick will hit cinemas in 2015 and Hollywood star Chris Pratt says fans can expect an ''awesome'' fourth instalment of the 'Jurassic Park' franchise, which started in 1993 in the memorable film starring Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neil.
Pratt - who recently appeared as Peter Quill in 'Guardians of the Galaxy' - told Collider: ''It's going to knock your socks off. It's gonna be so awesome, so awesome. And to the long-time fans of the franchise, it's in good hands.
''Colin [Trevorrow, the director] is a huge fan, he's gonna deliver a movie that is worthy of the brand and I swear to you it's just gonna be so good I already know it. I can tell.''
The upcoming movie will feature many of the dinosaurs that appeared in the first 'Jurassic Park' film, as well as some that have never been seen before.
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