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The new trailer for the latest Jurassic World movie has just dropped, and by the looks of things, we're in for a good ride.
Due to be released in June, the film sees Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and B.D. Wong reprise their respective roles as Owen Grady, Claire Dearing and Dr. Henry Wu.
This time, they'll be 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.
But, even more excitingly, Jeff Goldblum is back.
He'll be stepping back into the shoes of Dr. Ian Malcolm, the lovable, leather jacket-clad chaos theory mathematician.
"Ian Malcolm, yes, might be back in this one," Goldblum teased, speaking to Radio Times.
"And he might have something to say about the current confluence of circumstances around the use and misuse of technology.
"With some wry irony, but some deep, wise, passionate conviction, he might! He might. And he might put on a nice dark bit of clothing here and there. A bit of tinted glass maybe."
Goldblum even speculated what Malcolm's been up to all this time, adding: "He opened a jazz club, probably, and he's been playing every Wednesday, at a place called Rockwell. He calls it Rockwell."
Other stars of the film have been helping to build the hype, too, with Chris Pratt tweeting: "Is it too early to start getting excited about this? Gonna be sooo doooope!!!!"
Bryce Dallas Howard warned: "Prepare to be terrified. I'm shaking in my boots (not heels!)"
:dizzy_face: Oh man. Is it too early to start getting excited about this!? Gonna be sooo doooope!!!! :grimacing: https://t.co/xKlHn7CiI6
- chris pratt (@prattprattpratt) April 14, 2018
An earlier trailer was released back in February, which suitably piqued our interest with shots of US Navy veteran and former dino trainer Owen Grady 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.
And it turns out this movie isn't all just about cool special effects and amusing one-liners from Chris Pratt - there's a strong ethical strand behind it as well.
Speaking at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain at the end of last year, writer Colin Trevorrow explained that Fallen Kingdom 'will be a parable of the treatment animals receive today: the abuse, medical experimentation, pets, having wild animals in zoos like prisons, the use the military has made of them, animals as weapons'.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is scheduled to be released in the United Kingdom on 6 June and the United States on 22 June.
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