‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ Merchandise Teases Volcanic Activity

jw-fk-628The mega success that was Jurassic World has led to what appears will be an even bigger film with its sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Director J.A. Bayona will helm the film and will attempt to top the breathtaking sequences from its predecessor; maybe with the use of volcanoes.

A recent look at upcoming merchandise for the film appears to show a smoldering volcano that may cause problems for the theme park. You can check it out below.

Jurassic World Merchandise

The merchandise being discussed are the chicken nuggets which feature an image of a Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops but also show the image of a volcano. It was rumored some time ago that volcanic activity would be playing a factor in the film. Seeing as the island was abandoned by humans at the end of Jurassic World, a volcano erupting would be cause for a return to the island, possibly in an effort to save the dinosaurs.

The cast includes Chris Pratt as Owen Grady, Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing, Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm, B. D. Wong as Dr. Henry Wu, and James Cromwell as Benjamin Lockwood. Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, Justice Smith, Daniella Pineda, Ted Levine, and Geraldine Chaplin have all been cast in unspecified roles.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters June 22, 2018.

Source: Jurassic Outpost

Ranking The Biggest Comic-Con 2017 Movie Trailers, Worst To Best

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Comic-Con MoviesThis past weekend, legions upon legions of fans descended upon San Diego for Comic-Con. What started way back in 1970 by fans of reading and collecting comics has now become an international celebration of pretty much everything under the sun and a pop culture phenomenon.

It’s also the chance for many major films and television shows to have their cast meet the fans and showcase what’s to come in the near future from their products. This year was no different as we got to see a wide range of trailers for upcoming movies, among other things. Many of these trailers were hits with fans and continue to generate excitement, but some were better than others.

Here are this year’s major Comic-Con movie trailers, ranked worst to best. Click Next to take a look.

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Jackson Hayes

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  • Joe Gumba

    A friend of mine rented “Jurassic World” online one night on a whim. At first I thought it was a “B-movie” or “for DVD release only”. Then it dawned on me that it was supposed to be a legit feature film. I was dumbfounded: Terrible plot, awful dialogue, it was astoundingly full of itself, a re-hashed version of the original score was playing constantly (probably a copyright issue), scenes so bad that you actually felt sorry for the actors/actresses and by the end you didn’t care if all the characters got eaten or just disappeared. They even had the gall to shove a logo in the face of the camera every fifteen minutes or so…I was surprised that a GoodYear blimp didn’t drop a payload of Big-Macs on the T-Rex. And all the while I’m thinking “this film must have cost a fortune..and it’s garbage”. Then I find out later that week that it was one of the highest grossing cash cow films of all time. What? Have we become such desensitized, overstimulated idiots that we don’t even know when a plate of horse$hit hits us square in the face? But not for nothing, I haven’t laughed so hard at a movie, with tears blowing out my eyes, since I watched “Night of the Lepus” when I was a kid in the 1980’s…..so I guess it was worth the price of the rental..