‘Jurassic World 2’: Colin Trevorrow Backs Out From Sequel

By Bindhu Mol. G | 1 year ago
‘Jurassic World 2’: Colin Trevorrow Backs Out From Sequel

“Jurassic World” had its world premiere in Paris over the weekend. The film will hit theaters in just a couple weeks. The early buzz after the premiere is that Colin Trevorrow did a fine job on the film. What about the sequel? The director said probably he would not be directing the sequel.

According to reports from CinemaBlend, “Jurassic World 2″ will need a new director. As there remains just a couple of weeks for “Jurassic World” to hit theaters, it’s director Colin Trevorrow has already been asked if he would direct a sequel, and, fascinatingly, he has already said no.


The /FILM reported that the early reactions on Twitter seem to indicate, “Jurassic World 1 is the best sequel in the franchise, and it’s finally a worthy follow-up to Steven Spielberg’s original.”

Based on some of the Jurassic World early buzz given after seeing the trailer indicates that “Jurassic World” will have too much action and will be more like a commercialized theme park ride. We will get many more clear reactions after the release of the film. However, the film seems to be a quality and worthy entertaining sequel to “Jurassic Park.”

Does the “Jurassic World 1” early buzz give a good hope for a worthy sequel? However, even though its sequel is not officially started, one fact about the sequel is under discussion. In a recent interview with BadTaste.it at the world premiere of Jurassic World in Paris, Colin Trevorrow said that if there is a “Jurassic World 2,” he would not be directing it.

“Jurassic Park is like Star Wars. Different directors can give a different taste to each movie. I would be involved in some way, but not as director,” he said.

If the “Jurassic World” sequel is planned, some new director will get a chance to put their own twist on the story. Will Trevorrow direct the sequel or is there another up-coming director who deserves a chance? We will see after the release of “Jurassic World” on June 12 in the US.

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