Jurassic World 2 Storyline Will End at an Unexpected Place, Hints Director Colin Trevorrow
Jurassic World 2 is now gearing towards the commencement of its production. In the middle of this year, it was reported that production will be done in Hawaii and will kick off by February 2017. However, it will not be exclusively shot in Hawaii but may proceed at the Pinewood Studios in London.
Jurassic World 2 Storyline Details
Writer and director Colin Trevorrow hinted that the Jurassic World sequel’s storyline will end up in the most unexpected place. Speculations say that based on his statement, there might be a new location or a city where the gigantic animals will migrate.
He also revealed that this time, it is not going to be the usual man-dinosaur chasing scenes. These kinds of scenes were the selling points of the previous movies. Trevorrow will not be directing this time, but he will be doing the script with Derek Connolly.
He said, “It will be more suspenseful and scary. It’s just the way it’s designed; it’s the way the story plays out.” With J. A. Bayona’s skills, it will be a story of weaponized dinos.
Meanwhile, Showrunner J. A. Bayona previously said there will be Jurassic Park 2 and Jurassic World elements that will be fused in Jurassic World 2. There is a possibility that the famous theme park in the original movie will be revisited again, says Game N Guide. This could bring back some original characters too.
In addition, Frank Marshall revealed in July that they are in the preproduction stage and working on the production design to get ready for full-speed production in spring. Universal has set the release of the movie on Jan. 22, 2018.
Actors Coming Back
Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing) and Chris Pratt (Owen Grady) will make their comeback in Jurassic World 2. The same is true with BD Wong, who plays Dr. Henry Wu, a geneticist responsible for the hybrid dinosaurs in Jurassic World.
Jurassic World 2 is almost ready to start production. So stay tuned for more updates and news coming soon.
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