Finally the moment we've all been waiting for is here! The first trailer for director J.A. Bayona's Jurassic World sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, has been unleashed on the viewing public and it's ACTION-PACKED!
The trailer not only delivers some pretty outrageous dinosaur action, but it also confirms the plot that the cast and crew have been hinting at over the last few days. It looks like we'll be following Owen (Chris Pratt) and Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) back to Isla Nublar on a mission to save the creatures who've now overrun the remains of the ill-fated park. They'll be joined by Justice Smith and Daniella Pineda, both of whom are still yet to be named, and from the looks of it they'll be right in the center of the action. We also see another beloved cast member return too in the shape of the classic T-Rex from the OG Jurassic Park.
Though director Bayona is best known for his simmering horror effort The Orphanage, he does also have a big budget back catalogue that includes true story tsunami tale The Impossible and the criminally underrated A Monster Calls. This first look at the movie confirms that Bayona won't be holding back when it comes to spectacle, with huge set pieces that include massive amounts of dinosaurs--likely more than we've seen in any of the previous films, including a particularly epic moment that focuses around an erupting volcano.
The trailer also gave us more of an idea of what role Jeff Goldblum's Dr. Ian Malcolm will play as he seems to be testifying at some kind of deposition, discussing whether or not the dinosaurs should be saved. After all, Jurassic Park always needs a good corporate government foe. Could this hint that our team have entered the island after going rogue? With no backup? Uh oh!
We cannot wait to check out more from Fallen Kingdom, but what do you think of the trailer? Happy to see the return of Ian Malcolm? Excited to see some badass dinosaur fights? Or just want to see 1,000 dinosaurs running away from a volcano? Let us know in the comments!
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