Chris Pratt Runs for His Life in 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' New Teaser


Chris Pratt Runs for His Life in 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' New Teaser


Chris' Owen is seen running away in panic from dinosaurs and urging Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire and a boy to run, too, as the creatures run wild from what looks to be an erupting volcano.
Universal has unleashed a new teaser trailer for "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" ahead of the first full trailer on Thursday, December 7. The 15-second clip sees Chris Pratt's Owen Grady running away in panic from dinosaurs and urging Bryce Dallas Howard's Claire Dearing and a boy, played by newcomer Justice Smith, to run, too, as the creatures run wild from what looks to be an erupting volcano.

Judging by the sequence, which appears to take place on the same island as "Jurassic World" given the dilapidated gyroscope, the sequel seemingly will find Owen and Claire returning to Isla Nublar once again.



The brief teaser trailer is the second footage released by the studio. The first was a kinder and sweeter clip which showed the raptor whisperer, Owen, patting a baby raptor.

The second "Jurassic World" movie is directed by Juan Antonio Bayona, who takes over the helming duty from Colin Trevorrow. Colin re-teamed with Derek Connolly, whose writing credits include "Monster Trucks" and "Kong: Skull Island", to pen the script for the sequel.

Aside from Chris and Bryce, B.D. Wong is returning for the second film, while Jeff Goldblum is reprising his role as Dr. Malcolm from "Jurassic Park". Added to the cast in new roles include James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall and Daniella Pineda.

The film is set to arrive in theaters across the nation on June 22, 2018. Plot details are still kept under wraps, but Chris once teased about the movie, "Deep emotions and suspense. I think it's going to be a scarier version. A little bit darker and will continue to expand and carry the story forward in a way that is really unexpected and you wouldn't have imagined."

Colin, meanwhile, said during the Sitges Film Festival in Spain, "The dinosaurs 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."


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