Speculations have it that the highly anticipated sequel to hit film “Jurassic World” will see humans and the dinosaurs, even the genetically modified species, working together.
In the first movie of the rebooted franchise, DB Wong’s character Dr. Henry Wu was forced into an InGen helicopter to escape the theme park before it was completely destroyed. Clutched in his arms was a suitcase full of dinosaur hybrid embryos, presumably now in the hands of the evil corporation.
According to MTV, it is possible that the sequel may follow the alternate history from the script written by John Sayles and apparently given approval by Steven Spielberg. The story which was first spotted in 2007 was reportedly for “Jurassic Park 4,” and it chronicles what happened after the corporation got hold of the embryos stolen from Isla Nublar.
It turns out that the creatures become an elite team of crime-fighting dinosaurs that aims to take down drug dealers and works to save the world. They are equipped wth armor and weaponry that are said to be created to bust criminal elements including drug rings. However, it remains to be seen if this story comes to fruition.
Director and writer Colin Trevorrow shared to Entertainment Weekly before that the new entry will not focus on bringing bigger and better versions of the dinos for the fans. Instead, it goes back to the relationship between humans and the dinosaurs. “It’s about using this as a starting point for a much larger story about our relationship with these animals, and with animals in general, and the dynamic created by bringing them back to life,” he elaborated.
Trevorrow stepped down from helming the sequel and taking his place is director Juan Antonio Bayona.
“Jurassic World 2” is slated to hit the big screens on June 22, 2018 and will bring back Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard to reprise their roles as Owen and Claire, respectively.