Among the many worries from fans for Universal's Jurassic Park 4 was the possibility that we could see dinosaurs covered in feathers, as opposed to dinos in their classic form. The last installment in the series, 2001's Jurassic Park III, featured velociraptors with feathers. However, Safety Not Guaranteeddirector Colin Trevorrow, who was recently hired to helm Jurassic Park 4, has taken to his Twitter account to confirm that there will be "no feathers" in the sequel.
You know, it hadn't even occurred to me to worry about this, but now I'm annoyed that there will be "no feathers." Although I guess with all the crap science in the previous Jurassic Park films I shouldn't be surprised. (However we here at Today's Dinosaur News would be lying if we said this would prevent us from seeing Jurassic Park 4. I mean, let's be reasonable. There will still be dinosaurs in it, even if they're naked.)