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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom


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Jurassic Park is a franchise we all know and love. Up until summer of 2015 we thought that it ended in 2001 with Jurassic Park 3.

Jurassic world revive the series introducing the possibility of hybrids and future sequels. The main dinosaur then was the Indominus Rex, a genetically engineered hybrid made up of cuttlefish, tree frog, velociraptor, etc genes.

At the end of the movie we saw her dragged into the lagoon by the mosasaurus, ending the possibility of her coming back in future movies. And so this summer a new dinosaur is coming onto the big screen as the latest reptilian terror. This carnivorous beast is to be another hybrid with a mysterious and ominous background.

One would think that after the Indominus Rex there would be no more reviving of dinosaurs, and much less the engineering of hybrids. But as it would seem, none have learned their lesson. In July we will witness more gruesome deaths, running for dear life, and new never before seen dinosaurs on Isla Nublar.

The newest hybrid seems to be the biggest and baddest of them all. Theatrical posters portrayed the dino to be that of a normal sized raptor while newly released trailers show it to be more gargantuan and deadlier than all past antagonists.

Owen Grady and Claire Dearing return to the island in order to save the remaining dinosaurs from the destruction of the active volcano. Which begs the question, where will they be taken? As shown in the trailer, the new hybrid makes its way to the mainland like the tyrannosaurus rex in the second movie. Can we expect more dinosaurs to go as well? And with a special appearance from the original cast Jeff Goldblum playing comic relief Ian Malcolm; will it be the last time he says I told you so?

“These creatures were here before us and, if we’re not careful, they’re gonna be here after. Life cannot be contained. Life breaks free.Life… finds a way.”

Well I guess we’ll find out how right he is this summer when Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom hits theatres.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom