The first look inside the visitor's center of Jurassic World was recently revealed courtesy the official Facebook page for the movie.
The image is slightly shakey and doesn't give great perspective but it does give a glimpse, and a fair idea of what the center might look like. There are also small educational podiums for each dinosaur species, set up at the center.
Most recently, director Colin Trevorrow teases fans with an image from the set of the movie.
The picture shows a sign board knocked down and covered by the mulch of shedded autumn leaves. Director Colin Trevorrow revealed the image via Twitter simply and ominously captioning it only "Autumn."
The director has been teasing fans with such suggestive images and building up the anticipation. In June, the director teased the first human victim in the image, which featured a bloody hand imprint on a mobile veterinary unit truck. Trevorrow's caption is pithy and eerie: "Saturday, 4 AM."
Previously, the director captured a shadow of the dinosaur's razor sharp teeth and open jaw, seemingly cast by a street light. He simply captioned it, "Nights." The shadow is a vague impression of the dinosaur head stencil of the logo of the film. The image looks pretty darn eery and is enough to get the nervous excitement going in fans.
Jurassic World is being directed by Trevorrow and will star Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Jake Johnson, Omar Sy and Irrfan Khan.
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: