It seems like the creator of “Jurassic World” are thinking to take the next part of the movie to a whole new level. The co-writer Colin Trevorrow and the creator of the world phenomenon, Steven Spielberg has plans to take “Jurassic World 2” to something which the fans have never faced earlier. This is indeed putting all the fans in a whole lot of surprise.
“Jurassic World” has become the third biggest grossest film of all time with a box-office total that crossed $1.5 billion and keeping this in mind, Universal is indeed in full moods to make a sequel.
In an interview with Wired UK, the co-writer Colin Trevorrow revealed that the sequel of “Jurassic World” will have more hybrid dinosaurs but at the same time the film will not be in the theme park anymore. According to the sources, the “Jurassic World 2” is likely to be shifted outside Isla Nublar, and the film won’t be about bunch of dinosaurs who are chasing (read killing) people on an island. The film will showcase the dinosaurs outside of the theme parks as the science behind all these will be beyond entertainment.
According to International Business Times, the movie’s production will address the fact they can use dinosaurs as weapons as it’s a proven fact that human beings have used animals in wars and it makes sense and clear that B.D. Wong’s Dr. Henry Wu will finally showcase his extraordinary abilities in creating few crossbreed dinosaurs.
In all the other news, it’s also been confirmed that the United Kingdom will be getting the film prior to its release in United States.
At the same time, it has been revealed by VineReport that Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt will reprise their roles as Claire and Owen Grady. Along with Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall will be producing the film which is co-written by Derek Connelly. The film is slated to release on June 22, 2018.
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