A viral site has launched to get fans excited about next year's Jurassic Park sequel, Jurassic World.
The site gives hints as to the plot of the upcoming sequel and appears under the guise of the 'official online destination' for fictional company Masrani.
Masrani, the site claims, acquired 'International Genetic Technologies after the passing of Dr. John Hammond [Richard Attenborough's character in Jurassic Park] in order to reshape and restore the company to a level of satisfaction'.
As the new owners of the infamous theme park, Masrani's official site also details the 'history' of Jurassic World ('Jurassic World officially opened in June 2005 to an incredible 98,120 visitors in its first month of operation') and boasts quotes from 'those involved' ("The most incredible thing about the project for me was the fact that we were able to construct so far off the mainland, while maintaining all deadlines", explains Jurassic World Project Manager Mr. Eli Jacobs).
The site also includes an info page for Masrani investors, complete with finanicals and a CEO's message, as well as a CEO's blog and a Careers page offering jobs and internships with the fictional company.
Take a look at the Jurassic World viral site here.