New Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Trailer Promises Dinosaur Mayhem
"We've taken things way too far."
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is the latest movie in the long-running dinosaur action series, and it hits theaters next month. It's a direct sequel to Jurassic World, which was the second biggest movie of 2015 (after Star Wars: The Force Awakens), and still stands as the fourth most successful film ever made. A new teaser has now been released.
The promo features a voiceover from Jeff Goldblum's character Dr Ian Malcolm, who featured in Steven Spielberg's original 1993 movie Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World, and returns for this latest adventure. The teaser suggests that much of the movie's action is to take place off the theme park island and on the mainland--where clearly the dinosaurs don't stay in their cages. Check it out above.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom also stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rafe Spall, Toby Jones, and BD Wong. It's directed by Spanish filmmaker J.A. Bayona, and co-written by Colin Trevorrow, who helmed the first movie. The first full trailer was released last month.
Last year, Trevorrow spoke about working with Bayona, who also helmed the horror hit Mama. "It is by far my favorite creative collaboration that I've ever been involved in," he said. "Bayona is a completely different kind of filmmaker and thinker than I am, yet we do have a lot of things in common. I was able to craft something specifically for another filmmaker that I admire. I built a Spanish horror thriller with dinosaurs in it that I probably wouldn't have built for myself."
Even though Fallen Kingdom doesn't hit theaters until June 22, the release date for the third movie has already been announced. In February, it was confirmed that it will arrive on June 11, 2021. It has also been announced that Trevorrow will return to direct it. This is Trevorrow's first movie since he was fired from Star Wars Episode IX last year.
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