Packed with the usual dinosaur punch it looks like a thrilling Jurassic World sequel is stomping our way. This time it’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. And from most of the tweeting and posters, we get the ginormous hint that some of our favourite dino buddies will be popping up in some our own familiar and very personal locations. Now that is a scary idea to begin with.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (2018)
New posters by JA Bayona, the latest Jurassic Park director, declare that “The Park is Gone” are very intriguing and suggest that indeed those gargantuan creatures may be relocating. But what’s this? Is that an erupting volcano showing in the background of one of the latest posters? Another tantalizing clue.
But of course the really good news is that it looks like most of the first “Jurassic World” characters will be back. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are back this release along with some familiar “Jurassic World” staff faces from the last 2015 smash hit. Jurassic World’s return will also see Jeff Goldblume’s return as Dr. Ian Malcolm, so viewers are bound to feel right at home. In addition, Franklin Webb (Justice Smith) returns and will be working with Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) at the Dinosaur Protection Group which will also be playing a huge part in the sequel. And rumour has it, there will be a new and even more frightening dinosaur to get our blood pumping.
“Jurassic World” came out of the ravaged jungle many years after the blockbuster hit “Jurassic Park” directed by Steven Spielberg had been laid to rest. It spurred a new generation of Jurassic Park fans and a even a new legacy. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, Jurassic World was a global sensation, so of course, it’s inevitable sequel has arrived. And now we wait breathlessly for JA Bayona to move us forward again into those dino jaws with the Fallen Kingdom.
As Chris Pratt says so well: Feast Your Eyes!
The greatly anticipated release will be in theatres on June 22.
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