The natural skepticism when it comes to sequels and refurbished franchises inevitably causes one to regard Jurassic Park 4 with some skepticism, knowing from the films themselves that often nothing good comes from reviving things that are long dead. But new director Colin Trevorrow recognizes that suspicion, and is out to assuage fears that he doesn’t respect the series’ history or that the movie will eat you, we guess. He recently tweeted a photo revealing that the film will finally see a return to Isla Nublar, location of the original Jurassic Park, where all of the good horrible stuff happened. That’s all we know for now, of course, though this should be enough to excite fans who were disappointed by the change of scenery to “Site B” in The Lost World, or Jurassic Park III and its whole dinosaur road trip to Ohio, which we’re pretty sure is what happened in that one. We get that dinosaurs have been out of it for a while, but seriously, who takes a road trip to Ohio?  [via /Film]