Recently mildly horrifying incident involving Bryce Dallas Howard took place on the set of Jurassic Park 4.
Sometimes reel life and real life can curiously overlap, and that's just what happened as Howard was filming a scene with an animatronic dinosaur. The actress reportedly got stuck in the prehistoric giant.
A source spoke to ShowbizSpy about the incident stating that Howard was pretty terrified.
"Bryce found herself surrounded by wires and machinery used to operate the dinosaur's jaws and started screaming, 'Please, get me out of here!' The crew, working feverishly to pry the jaws open without damaging the mechanical beast, kept assuring Bryce she'd be fine," the source said. "But it took 15 minutes of hard work before they finally pried the beast's mouth open and pulled her to safety."
In April, Entertainment Weekly got access to exclusive pictures and a first look at Howard, who plays the role of Beth in the film.
The new film will be a sequel and not a reboot according to Trevorrow. The director suggested that the film, which is now titled Jurassic World, will be set 22 years in the future. The details came to light when a fan asked the filmmaker to confirm rumors about the film being a reboot. Recently he even revealed that he was already in talks with the studio about making sequels for Jurassic World.
The Jurassic Park films are based on Michael Crichton's series of novels about pre-historic beasts being revived by revolutionary gene technology. Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley are co-producing the film alongside Steven Spielberg, who directed the first two installments in the franchise.
The film will hit theaters on June 12, 2015.
Watch a trailer for Jurassic Park here: