Jurassic World 2 First Photo And Details Center On Volcanic Island Escape

Jurassic World 2 First Photo And Details Center On Volcanic Island Escape

This explosive featurette is loaded with tons of new footage and insights into the movie, and also features our first look at the return of one of the franchise's most beloved characters, Jeff Goldblum's Dr. Ian Malcolm.

We're now just a day away from seeing the first true look at Fallen Kingdom, but the lead up has seen the release of plenty of promos.

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"When you see them at the beginning of this story, you get caught up as to what's going on", Howard says. Of course, knowing that Owen played an important role in Jurassic World, we're bound to see a whole lot of him as he tries to help Claire and her team in the film's sequel. First and foremost, rather than escaping the dinosaurs, Jurassic World 2 seems to be about helping them survive. "But it's not what you would necessarily expect".

While Jurassic World inspired in many the same feelings we had seeing convincingly realistic dinosaurs on the big screen back in 1993, it was a bit short on nods to the stars of the previous entries. And it appears that not even an established director like JA Bayona is beyond getting a little starstruck about the veteran actor.

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"Here I am talking about dinosaurs again". Set a while after the events of Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom finds Howard's Claire tracking down Pratt's Owen to convince him to return to Isla Nublar.

Yesterday, we received further information about the plot along with a new image showing off (you guessed it) a hungry dinosaur and some human-sized snacks. One of the reasons Steven Spielberg's original film has been able to stand the test of time is because of how good the dinosaurs look. "I know this!" repeated by Bryce Dallas Howard.

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The veil of secrecy hanging over Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is about to be ripped right off - you only need to supply the "Ta-dah!"

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