Universal Pictures has released its final breakthrough for J.A. The next Jurassic World of Bayonne: Fallen Kingdom.
In the first couple of trailers of the film, we saw that the location of the park, Isla Nublar, is also home to an erupting volcano, which threatens to end the abandoned park and the dinosaurs that live there, four years after the Jurassic World 2015 events This new trailer shows that we can expect more from the film than an elaborate aerial rescue: there are people who seek to save the dinosaurs for reasons other than their appeal as theme park attractions. They want to use them as weapons.
The trailer reveals that the situation forces the new team of Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), Dinosaur Protection Group, to save only 11 species that live on the island, including T. rex and Blue, the raptor that Owen Grady (Chris Pratt ) trained. Grady is recruited to help capture the dinosaur, but at some point, the couple realizes that they have been tricked, and back on the mainland, the dinosaurs will be auctioned off or used for other purposes.
This traces back to the end of the Colin Trevorrow movie, in which park scientist Dr. Henry Wu escapes with a group of dinosaur embryos and plans to use some of the hybrids as weapons. We also see some signs that not only do they have those armed dinosaurs that were created, but now they are in the world where they can not possibly escape or be embezzled. Everything seems to indicate that it could follow the example of The Lost World in 1997: Jurassic Park, in which an InGen expedition tries to eliminate some dinosaurs from the island while the company tries to recover from the disaster in the original film.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opens in theaters on June 22, 2018.