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    JP finished principle photography in 70 days, 12 days ahead of schedule. Considering Hurricane Ikiki swept through Kauai during the shoot and all but destroyed the sets, that's not too bad. (From: Dan J.)
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    Trevorrow Talks to Fans, Says "No One's Going to be Able to Say We Phoned it in"
    In a pretty cool interview with some hard-core fans from JPForever.com, the JP4 director fielded a pretty wide ranging set of interesting questions, including his favorite dinosaur, who he'd be if he was a character on JP, and shared some personal stories about seeing JP for the first time as a teenager. Trevorrow obviously made it clear he didn't want to answer anything that might tip his hand about the state of production or what the plot of the film might be ("We're two years out and I just want to cherish this time when no one knows what we're doing.. I just want you to give us that"). Nevertheless he somewhat addresses some fans concerns over the recent delay of the film by saying he, Spielberg, and Marshall all agreed "[We] don't want the movie to happen unless there's a script that deserves to be shot, and that's what we're doing here." Take a listen here. (Thanks Timothy)

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