It seems director Colin Trevorrow has started trusting the adage “Old is Gold.” There was an announcement earlier that the upcoming sequel of “Jurassic World” would be made different from the first movie. However, recently Jurassic Cast Podcast has revealed that “Jurassic World 2” will be inspired by the original 1993 movie, “Jurassic Park.” Continue reading to know more about Trevorrow’s future plans.
According to International Business Times, the 39-year-old director Trevorrow earlier hinted that the upcoming sequel of “Jurassic World” could feature the dinosaurs not limited to theme parks as the scientific applications was adequate to take it far beyond entertainment.
Now Trevorrow paraphrased and confirmed at Jurassic Cast Podcast that the movie will be based on a quote of Alan Grant (Sam Neill) taken from the first film: “Dinosaurs and man, separated by 65 million years of evolution, have been thrown back into the mix together. How can we know what to expect?”
Trevorrow also added that they are exploring more ideas for various angles and their intention will be to show human relationships with animals in larger perspective. He assured that they had got the permission from the audience to take it to the next level and the outcome would be a totally different kind of film, confirmed The Christian Post.
The media outlet also confirmed that Trevorrow and Derek Connolly will co-produce “Jurassic World 2” but presently they are concentrating on preparing the scripts. The director assured that their scripts will keep an open door for some actors in the next sequel who amused the audience at a fantastic level. Bryce Dallas Howard, Owen Grady, Chris Pratt and Claire Dearing are some of them. On August 2015, Trevorrow was declared to be the director of the upcoming movie “Star Wars Episode IX,” which is slated to hit the big screen in 2019.
“Jurassic World 2” is so far known to have its release by June 2018.
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