Stay tuned for much more on this and look for the film in theaters on June 22, 2018.
The newest clip is admittedly awesome, namely because it finally gives fans a look at the triumphant return of Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm. Also, permission to drool while Goldblum looks at the camera with all the intensity one can muster.
Starring Bryce Dallas Howard (Claire Dearing) and Justice Smith, the fiery pic sees Howard's former park manager and her newfound cohort staring down the face of a Baryonyx (rough translation: "Heavy Claw"), a 2-ton carnivore with a taste for fish. But there was a new wrinkle. The role also earned him some younger fans, so even Jurassic World lovers who weren't around for the original '90s hit are thrilled to see him back in dino-land. Together with Chris Pratt's Owen Grady, they must find a way to get the dinosaurs off the island as an active volcano threatens to make the animals go extinct, again. She reaches out to Owen Grady to let him know this is happening. How do you top a film that made $1.672 billion at the box-office?
The first full trailer releases Thursday night, but this featurette, with lots of dinosaurs, practical effects, explosions, and Jeff Goldblum, is a pretty good way to get us excited in the meantime. People are as hungry for dinosaurs as dinosaurs are for people, it seems.
The director of the movie is J.A. Bayona, who said that he liked playing with suspense and liked the intensity. However, the involvement of Bayona, the undeniably skilled filmmaker behind The Orphanage, The Impossible and A Monster Calls, is more than enough to grab my interest.
But Bryce insists it's a different story with Beatrice, who sleeps with toy figures of the dinosaurs in the movie.