Just days after the cast of the Jurassic World sequel Fallen Kingdom finished filming, exciting plot info has been disclosed, intimating that a second shocking hybrid dinosaur species could be introduced to the plot of Jurassic World 2.
It’s thought that the hybrid dinosaur will be even scarier than the first that was at the centre of all the chaos in Colin Trevorrow’s original motion picture. The sequel, which has been scheduled for release on 22nd June 2018, is already firmly on the lips of movie fanatics.
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The inaugural Jurassic World film had an enormous $150 million budget and perhaps unsurprisingly grossed an eye-watering $500 million worldwide during its opening weekend; eventually earning $1.6bn in total box-office revenue. This places the franchise as the fourth-highest grossing film of all time, without any inflation adjustment.
Filming for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom took place under wraps in both London and Hawaii, which has been in keeping with everything else about the sequel given that the film’s official title was only unveiled a month ago via a poster featuring Jeff Goldblum’s iconic character. Yes, you’ve guessed it, that does mean that Goldblum will be returning to the franchise!
Actor Chris Pratt is once again the film’s primary protagonist and said recently of the film: “Fallen Kingdom is going to be a scarier version, a little bit darker, and will continue to expand and carry the story forward in a way that is really unexpected and you wouldn’t have imagined.”
It’s yet another step up the career ladder for Pratt, who has become a household name in Marvel and Avengers films and was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time following the inaugural Jurassic World.
Colin Trevorrow congratulated Bayona and his crew for wrapping up productions by sharing a picture of the Spanish-born director on social media, appearing to gaze worryingly into the mouth of an unidentified dinosaur species; triggering rumours across Jurassic World fansites.
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) July 9, 2017
The original Jurassic World, released in 2015, featured the Indominus Rex – a character which fans loved to fear. It was a terrifying yet awe-inspiring hybrid species of arguably the most dangerous dinosaur ever to have graced our planet. According to Jurassic World fansite JurassicOutPost, experts believe the picture Trevorrow teased of director, J.A. Bayona, solidifies the threats made by Vincent D’Onofrio’s key military ally, Hoskins, by wreaking havoc with a hybrid raptor/T-Rex, named an ‘Indoraptor’.
The guys at JurassicOutPost went to enormous lengths to study Trevorrow’s rather cryptic Tweet, working on the image using software to enhance its brightness. They believe that the colors of the unidentified dinosaur are darker than a T-Rex or the Indominus Rex, with the jawline resembling something a species even bigger and more daunting.
No matter how big or scary the Indoraptor may be, Fallen Kingdom is certainly going to have to go some way in order to beat its predecessor in terms of box-office revenue.