AceShowbiz - Universal Pictures hypes up the anticipation for its upcoming release "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" by debuting the final trailer. Opening with a scene featuring Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) with a not-very-sedated T-rex, the video shows different settings for the first and second half of the movie.
Claire, now a part of the Dinosaur Protection Group, is offered a chance to save some species from the abandoned Isla Nublar, which is on the brink of destruction due to an erupting volcano. Eli Mills, a new character played by Rafe Spall, initiates the mission, but he apparently has a hidden agenda.
When Owen gets reunited with Blue, he tries to calm the raptor down, but a group of soldiers get aggressive and shoot the dinosaur. Someone even seems to shoot Blue with a real gun, instead of a tranquilizer.
The next scene shows the dinosaurs being carried away off the island, and Claire and Owen who have washed up on a beach realize they have been deceived. "It was all a lie!" a frustrated Claire screams. The dinosaurs are being taken to be sold to the highest bidder as Eli says, "The man who proved raptors could follow orders...you never thought how many millions a trained predator might be worth?"
But they need Blue for something else, according to Dinosaur Protection Group member Zia Rodriguez (Daniella Pineda). It appears that Dr. Henry Wu (B.D. Wong) uses Blue's DNA to genetically engineer the Indoraptor, "the most dangerous creature that ever walked the Earth."
From then on, the video shows thrilling scenes of roaring dinosaurs, and Owen and Blue battling the Indoraptor, which ar all set in the city.
Scriptwriter Colin Trevorrow, who directed the first film, explains to Entertainment Weekly, "The worst instincts of mankind are revealed. The first film was very clearly about corporate greed. This is just about human greed."
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Meanwhile, director J.A. Bayona who is already set to return for the third and final installment of the trilogy talks about the different settings. "The first half, you have a whole dinosaur movie on the island, so you have what you expect from a Jurassic movie," he says. "Then the second half moves to a totally different environment that feels more suspenseful, darker, claustrophobic, and even has this kind of gothic element, which I love."
Trevorrow also talks about the context of each film in the trilogy. He shares, "If I could contextualize each film, I would say 'Jurassic World' was an action adventure, 'Fallen Kingdom' is kind of a horror suspense film, and 'Jurassic World 3' will be a science thriller in the same way that 'Jurassic Park' was."
Bringing back Jeff Goldblum to reprise his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm, the upcoming movie also stars James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Toby Jones and Justice Smith among others. It is due out June 22 in the United States.