Newly released plot details reveal that Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire Dearing and Chris Pratt's Owen Grady return to Isla Nublar to evacuate the remaining dinosaurs now at risk because of a reawakened volcano.
With J.A. Bayona directing - he made the superb Spanish horror The Orphanage - it's clear that the new installment is upping the tension, scares, and suspense.
Our first look at Jeff Goldblum's return as Dr. Ian Malcolm comes via a newly released behind-the-scenes featurette for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Until then, enjoy Jeff Goldblum singing his own theme tune for Jurassic Park.
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While I have mixed feelings on the first Jurassic World, audiences whole-heartedly embraced the film - it grossed $1.6 billion worldwide.
As reported on earlier in the week, we're getting the first full trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom tomorrow (Well, I hope we are - those pesky digital moustaches take time!). So it appears that it is up to Owen and Claire to rescue these dinosaurs.
The teaser also drops hints of an underwater scene, and shows close-up shots of the film's animatronic dinosaurs - an old-school touch that allows the actors to actually interact with the prehistoric beasts. If something similar to this is taking place, it could mean the franchise's previous star may not get much (if any) screen time with the new leads.
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Also highlighted here is the film's use of animatronics.
Entertainment Access released a new behind-the-scenes reel (featured at the top of the post) for Fallen Kingdom today that features Bayona, Pratt, Howard, and more talking about the sequel. And yes, it is indeed a nasty piece of work, with one of its signature traits being that it actually ate other dinosaurs. Yum.
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