Following Jurassic World‘s monstrous box office run in 2015, Universal immediately gave the sequel the greenlight. However, Colin Trevorrow would be unable to return due to his obligation to direct Star Wars: Episode IX, at the time. So they brought in J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, A Monster Calls) to direct Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. And based on what we have seen so far, it is quite the departure from Trevorrow’s vision.
Now Universal has released the final trailer for the upcoming film, which, judging by the way it looks, will be a lot more scarier than any of the Jurassic films we have previously seen. Check it out below.
Colin Trevorrow, the man who rebooted Jurassic Park and helped turn Jurassic World into a box office smash, will be returning to direct Jurassic World 3, which will be the final installment of the trilogy. He’ll take the torch from J.A. Bayona, who is behind the lens for the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Trevorrow will also write the script with Pacific Rim Uprising scribe Emily Carmichael. More on the story below.
The latest look at J.A. Bayona’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has just dropped during Super Bowl LII. As far as Super Bowl spots go, it is pretty by the numbers, fitting in just enough content to get fans excited in the limited amount of time that is given. Remember, studios can pay up to $5 million just for a 30-second piece. So, of course, they will put out their best.
Fans of the Jurassic World movies now have something new to look forward to. In addition to the next movie Fallen Kingdom, which will be released later this year, it’s been announced that a live Jurassic World arena show will be going on a global tour.
There’s still a bit of waiting to do before this happens, as the tour isn’t expected to kick off until the fall of 2019. But when it finally does arrive, it promises to be quite the spectacle using animatronics, projection-mapping, performers, and dinosaurs up to 40 feet long to help bring the island of Isla Nubar to life live and in person.