'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' Reveals Movie Poster With 'The Park Is Gone' Tagline
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The movie poster, which features Chris Pratt and Bryce Howard hiding during a volcanic eruption, sparks criticism over the design.

AceShowbiz - "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" reveals its new poster on its official Twitter account with tagline "The Park Is Gone". Based on the poster and what the movie's title suggests, the movie may feature all dinosaurs being in danger.

The poster features a roaring T-rex crushing another dinosaur. The background shows a massive volcanic eruption that seemingly will destroy Isla Nublar. The demise of the place, where all of the dinosaurs have been roaming, is further hinted on the poster and the post's caption, which reads, "THE PARK IS GONE. #JurassicWorld #FallenKingdom #JurassicWorldFallenKingdom."

Reading the poster tagline and the movie title, one fan comments, "But 'Jurassic World: The Lost Park' made so much more sense... come on, 'The Park is Lost' would have been so much better. Still excited tho."

Meanwhile, some fans criticized the poster design. "@FilmBayona, @colintrevorrow, JW movie posters desperately deserve the touch of @DrewStruzan. This poster is OK, but nothing special, if I am allowed to criticise. Pasting bits and pieces of the movie is easy for photoshop artistes but posters should be art pieces & be beautiful," one fan wrote. Meanwhile, another one added, "Awkward poster design but I like that the teal is gone."

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" begins as dinosaurs are in danger due to a massive volcanic eruption in Isla Nublar. This urges Claire Dearing to form Dinosaur Protection Group, an organization dedicated to save the dinosaurs. She recruits Owen Grady to help her rescue the remaining dinosaurs from the island. However, they learn about a conspiracy that would result in those giant creatures taking over the Earth once again.

There are a slew of actors who will reprise their roles in the movie. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will reprise their roles as former dinosaur trainer Owen Grady and dinosaur-rights activist Claire Dearing, respectively. B.D. Wong also returns as former head geneticist Dr. Henry Wu. Meanwhile, Jeff Goldblum is back as expert in chaos theory Dr. Ian Malcolm.

Joining the returning cast members are newcomers James Cromwell who plays Benjamin Lockwood, Ted Levine who portrays Ken Wheatley and Justice Smith who is cast as Franklin Webb. There are also Daniella Pineda who plays Zia Rodriguez, Rafe Spall who portrays Eli Mills, and Isabella Sermon who is cast as Maisie Lockwood and others.

J.A. Bayona directs the movie based on the script written by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. Frank Marshal, Patrick Crowley and Belen Atienza produce it.

Universal Picture has dated the film for a June 22 release in the United States.

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