19 April, 2018
"I'm in the movie!" But it never turns out as well as they originally planned.
Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom opens in NZ cinemas on June 21. Jurassic Games follows Anthony Tucker (Adam Hampton), a man wrongfully convicted of murdering his wife, who will be reunited with his children if he wins.
Pratt and Howard soon discover, however, that the rescue effort is actually a scheme to capture and sell the dinosaurs to the highest bidder.
Check out the trailer below. But if that dialogue itself didn't give you goosebumps, then well, you may not call yourself a Jurassic Park fan at all. Directed by JA Bayona, who has previously directed the Spanish horror film, The Orphanage and the disaster movie, The Impossible, Fallen Kingdom seems like a hybrid between the two. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, director J. A. Bayona commented on the new setting and actor Chris Pratt discussed how Fallen Kingdom will take the film series in a new direction.
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But there's a message to this madness.
The brief peek also presents the film's heroes trying to save the dinosaurs from being turned into weapons, rather than just trying to escape them.
Jeff Goldblum's iconic Nineties character, zany Ian Malcolm, also returns for this sequel to a sequel, although he only makes a short appearance at the end, welcoming us to Jurassic World. Joining the Jurassic World cast are James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Justice Smith, Geraldine Chaplin, Daniella Pineda, Toby Jones and Rafe Spall. Well, it's nice to be reminded that something big and scary from the distant past can still do the trick. While we knew that there were some elements of dino-nastiness in civilization, we had no idea the full scope of the story.
Now Universal has released the final trailer for the upcoming film, which, judging by the way it looks, will be a lot more scarier than any of the Jurassic films we have previously seen.