Judging by the latest trailer, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is poised to be the darkest entry in the franchise and will place our heroes in a whole new type of environment as they fight off a terrifying new dinosaur. However, Colin Trevorrow revealed that the third Jurassic World film will be more akin to Steven Spielberg’s original Jurassic Park movie during an interview with Entertainment Weekly.
Trevorrow, who co-wrote Fallen Kindom and served as an executive producer on the project, first discussed his decision to return as the director of the next Jurassic World film:
“Steven Spielberg asked me [to direct], and when he asks you, what can I tell you, man? In all honesty, over my past few years, I’ve grown to love and cherish the value of the gift that I’ve been given with this franchise.”
According to Trevorrow, the next chapter of the Jurassic World story will be closer in tone to Steven Spielberg’s original 1993 film:
“If I could contextualize each film, I would say Jurassic World was an action adventure, Fallen Kingdom is kind of a horror suspense film, and Jurassic World 3 will be a science thriller in the same way that Jurassic Park was.”
Trevorrow would not divulge plot details on the next film, though he did state that Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and new cast members introduced in Fallen Kingdom will return.
Directed by J. A. Bayona, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, Daniella Pineda, Justice Smith, Ted Levine, Geraldine Chaplin, James Cromwell, Jeff Goldblum and B. D. Wong.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will be released in theaters on June 22, 2018.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
The Trailers Of Super Bowl LII, Ranked From Worst To Best
This year’s Super Bowl was a pretty close game between the Eagles and the Patriots, with the former scoring their first ever Super Bowl victory in addition to it being their first Super Bowl game. But enough about that, let’s talk about the really exciting stuff: the ads that companies shelled out millions of dollars for.
Between Peter Dinklage and Morgan Freeman engaging in a rap-off and David Harbour convincing us that every single Super Bowl advertisement was secretly selling Tide Pods (…Too soon?), there were a lot of good ones this year. But what we’re most interested in at Heroic Hollywood are the ads for this year’s biggest movies (and one movie-quality TV show), and we’ve decided to rank them all from worst to best.