‘Jurassic World 2’ News Update: War Using Dinosaurs?
“Jurassic World 2” has been confirmed after its predecessor successfully introduced Steven Spielberg’s iconic sci-fi film to a new generation of moviegoers. The film will feature more dinosaur breeds and is rumored to feature Velociraptors used as weapons.Advertisement
According to Movie News Guide, the films will feature something that was never done in the original film and its sequels. Director Juan Antonio Bayona is thinking about shooting the film in the streets of London. Reportedl, fans will see the dinosaurs running amok in the city.
All previous films were set in isolated islands in the Pacific and the only the ones that were present are exposed to the danger.
If the planned shoot in London does happen, this will be the first time the films will feature a city is on the verge of destruction and will certainly give an ‘end of the world’ vibe to it.
Cinema Blend reveals that Dr. Henry Wu’s actions from the previous film will be the basis for deciding what happens in “Jurassic World 2.” Wu was last seen hopping into a helicopter carrying dinosaur embryos presumably bound for Costa Rica.
This is rumored to be part of InGen’s plan to weaponize the Velociraptors. Allegedly, this can be the central plot of the sequel. The plan is for the human-controlled living weapons to be utilized by military forces around the world in the same way as in the previous film.
Colin Trevorrow, who will be co-writing the film, claims the film will be more dino-centric. It will revolve around the premise of Dr. Alan Grant’s words, “Dinosaurs and man, separated by 65 million years of evolution, have been thrown back into the mix together”.
Trevorrow says he wants to explore the possibilities of making the dinosaurs mainstream in ‘Jurassic World 2’. What if InGen wasn’t the only one capable of making dinosaurs and what ideas could a company cough up to utilize this newfound resource?