Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow has paid tribute to the actor and director Richard Attenborough, following his death aged 90.
The Jurassic Park sequel hits cinemas in June 2015 and was expected to feature references to Steven Spielberg original, and after Colin’s Tweet it would appear that this is definitely going to be the case.
Simply titled “In Memoriam”, the tight-lipped director’s most recent Tweet shows a bronze statue of Attenborough’s character from the 1993 blockbuster, John Hammond who envisioned the original dinosaur park 22 years ago.
Jurassic World is expected to be in cinemas on June 12, next year.
Richard’s varied career including directing credit for 2007’s Closing the Ring, as well as the critically successful Ghandi biopic released in 1982. Amongst his most notable acting roles are Miracle on 34th Street, The Great Escape and of course his pivotal role in the first two Jurassic Park films.