The New Trailer For 'Jurassic World 2' Is Finally Here
Fans of dinosaurs, Chris Pratt and action movies, rejoice: the long-awaited second trailer for the Jurassic World sequel has landed - and it looks amazing.
"Do you remember the first time you saw a dinosaur?" asks a voiceover. "You don't really believe it. It's like a miracle."
It's accompanied by shots of US Navy veteran and former dino trainer Owen Grady (Pratt) attempting to communicate with raptors - presumably to reprise his role as their 'alpha' from the previous movie - and plunging into the sea with former park manager Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard).
Meanwhile, anyone who thought the previous movie lacked a little in the tension stakes should find themselves feeling pretty happy - looks like there's a return for the sinister Indominus Rex, as well as old pals like the T-Rex, raptors (of course) and brontosaurus or two.
Picking up where the 2015 film (itself a follow-up to the hit Jurassic Park movies) left off, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom stars Pratt alongside Howard and B. D. Wong, all reprising their roles from the previous outing.
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Jeff Goldblum also returns to the franchise as Dr Ian Malcolm, the chaos theory mathematician from the original series of films.
Of Malcolm's return to the franchise, producer Frank Marshall told /Film: "The world has changed a lot since Ian Malcolm went to Jurassic Park and we need his point of view now more than ever. He told us about chaos theory, he was right."
Sam Neill, who played Dr Alan Grant in the first and third films, was also asked in 2016 if he might return to the series, but told the Wall Street Journal: "You never say never, but I think it's moved on. It's different times."
The new film will see Dearing and Grady attempting to rescue the dinosaurs who have taken over the island of Isla Nublar, only to find themselves uncovering a conspiracy which could see dinosaurs becoming the world's dominant species once more.
Jurassic World is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on 7 June and the United States on 22 June.
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