‘Jurassic World’ Sequel Will Feature Bonding Between Humans & Animals Reveals Colin Trevorrow
“Jurassic World” is said to be the third highest grossing movie of all the time and fourth segment of the genre. Universal Studio might not have expected such a huge success and without any further delay the studio has already announced “Jurassic World” part 2 which will most probably come out in 2018. Find out more about the recent revelations of “Jurassic World” sequel.
Colin Trevorrow will not be returning to the sequel as the director instead he is co-writing the flick with Derek Connolly. Trevorrow is busy with his earlier commitment of directing Star Wars: Episode IX and is simultaneously searching for an efficient filmmaker who could take off “Jurassic World” sequel to new heights.
According to Collider, Trevorrow has intimated that the sequel might not be confined to an island. He said that it will definitely go beyond that, stating the happenings of events along with idea of bonding humans and dinosaurs that are separated by 65 million years of their evolution. It will be a series of what science is going to do with dinosaurs and how it is going affect human lives.
He further added that, the upcoming sequel will not be just about more and bigger and better dinosaur on a global scale. It is going to feature a dynamic bonding between humans and animals.
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will reprise their roles of Owen and Claire in the sequel as they are directly connected to the outcome Jurassic World. The “Jurassic World” sequel is scheduled to hit the theatre on June 22, 2018.
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