Jurassic World 2 Update: Dr. Wu Likely To Be Responsible For Dinosaur Attack In The city

By Tanya D. | 2 months ago
Jurassic World 2 Update: Dr. Wu Likely To Be Responsible For Dinosaur Attack In The city
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Jurassic World 2 is bringing back an important character – Dr. Henry Wu. His presence hints he could be responsible for the dinosaur attacks in the city.


Previous reports have since confirmed that the sequel takes place outside of the iconic Isla Nublar. This time, the dinosaur rampage happens in the city. Dr. Wu’s return in the film further provides proof that the hybrid dinosaurs are back.

It may seem like the Indominous Rex will no longer be the main villain in the movie after Jurassic World. However, fans may remember that Dr. Wu (B.D. Wong) escaped Isla Nabur with one of the dinosaur embryos. This led fans to speculate that the sequel will explore the fate of these eggs with the geneticist.

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Apparently, this is what Jurassic World 2 will explore. Bringing Dr. Wu back only confirms that the Indominous Rex could once again appear. Thanks to those embryos that he stole from the island.

It remains unclear though how Dr. Wu manages to take care of those eggs in his possession. It is unlikely that he returns to Isla Nublar to let those dinosaur eggs hatch there—again. Perhaps, he finds his own lab and land in the city where he can raise the hybrid dinosaurs.

Facebook/Jurassic World
Facebook/Jurassic World

Regardless, knowing that Dr. Wu is in Jurassic World 2 makes him the number one person to blame for another dinosaur rampage. It is unclear what he plans to do with the eggs he stole, but the first film made it clear that Dr. Wu wants to weaponize the dinosaurs. Perhaps, the sequel will see the geneticist carry on his deal with Vic Hoskins about using the animals as weapons.

Likewise, film director J.A. Bayona certainly sounded confident that Jurassic World 2 will explore the idea of weaponized dinosaurs. He hinted that those embryos in Dr. Wu’s possession will become instruments of war.

“Dinosaurs are a parable of the treatment of today’s animals: abuse, experiments in medicine, pets, [you] have wild animals in zoos like prisons, military use has been made of them, animals and weapons,” Bayona said as quoted by Digital Spy.

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