Jurassic World 2 is expected to be more darker and scarier

Jurassic World 2

Jurassic Word was released on 2015 with a huge success. It earned over 1 billion USD all over the world. The film featured Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Haword, Vinciet D’Onofrio, Nick Robinson, Omar Sy, BD Wong, Irrfan Khan and many more. It was directed by Colin Treverrow.

After the success of the first film the franchise decided for the second film. But they have changed the director here J.A. Bayona stakes the spot of Colin Treverrow. The filming of the second part started from February of this year. The majority of the film will be shot in Pinewood Studios in England. And is expected to hit the screens on 2018.

Chris Pratt recently, hinted that the film will be more scarier than the first one. Pratt was there in the first film as Owen, the trainer of dinosaurs. He will be returning as Owen next year, where the story continues from where it left last.

Pratt is busy in promoting his next movie Guardians of Galaxy Vol.2. In the interview, when he was asked about the film, he said that “Well, you have to see the film, its coming next year. As of now I can only say that its going to scare the heart out of a person. It will be more darker, more scarier and unexpected.”┬áJurassic World is certainly a franchise with fear at its heart, as well, so this is something that absolutely suits a darker, more horror-centric approach, and it will be really interesting to see where Bayona takes it in the sequel.

Well, the director has done an amazing job in the first film to connect everything in the film. As we have a different director here we certainly don’t know anything in terms of plot, how the relationships and characters have changed and what are the role of the new characters. But there’s one thing is to say that the the film is certainly going somewhere new for the franchise. It will be a big film and opening of others to come.

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