Following the epic battle between the Indominus Rex, Mosasaur, Tyrannosaurus Rex and a solo velociraptor in the ending scene, Warner Brothers has decided to put-into-production a sequel to Jurassic World, which will be in theaters June 22, 2018.
Conversely, co-stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard re-appear, with Jurassic World director, Colin Trevorrow, acting as co-writer for the screenplay with Derek Connolly. Other crew from Jurassic World involved with the 2018 project include Steven Spielberg, who will serve as executive producer.
Too ripe for speculation is whether Ingen plans on re-creating another genetically-modified predecessor to the I-Rex or if Owen “The Raptor Whisperer” Grady takes more animals under his wing. But the follow-up to Jurassic World will hopefully re-introduce its audience to CGI and not the animatronics non-sense it used in JW.
On Wednesday, the film amassed over $1 billion in ticket sales, surpassing The Avengers as the third most-grossing film of all-time.
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