Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom trailer is out TONIGHT: Watch it here first

Scientists have scientofically (not really) proven that there is no danger of this franchise going extinct.

The last movie, Jurassic World, took over $1.5billion at the global box office and it’s fair to say anticipatio is sky-high for the first official trailer for the sequel, Fallen Kingdom.

Earlier this week a three-minute behind-the-scenes featurette gave an eye-popping look at the incredible new movie but the actually trailer is finally here tonight.

Today in London, the iconic Jurassic World logo was projected onto London’s Somerset House to launch the release of the new trailer for JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM.

The trailer will be released at 2am UK time, which is 9pm Wednesday night in the US Eastern Standard Time.

Last week we saw the first first tiny sneak peak at Chris Pratt’s character Owen Grady with a new addition to the family. No, Bryce Taylor Howard hasn’t taken off her shoes long enough for that, it is actually a new raptor baby.

First images and the featurette showed that everyone, from baby raptors to giant tyrannosauruses and everyting in between, is in terrible danger this time around.

It’s not just evil Dr Henry Wong and his stolen hybrid embryos who are putting the Jurassic world at risk. The whole of Isla Nubla appears to be exploding and an actual volcano is erupting as humans and dinosaurs stampede in terror for their lives.

Both Jurassic World stars are back on board with Bryce Taylor Howard promising: “This story takes dinosaurs and takes Jurassic where it’s never gone before.”

Chris Pratt adds: “We’re literally blowing up the island.”

One of the filmmakers summed it up when he boasted: “On this movie you will see more dinosaurs than you’ve ever seen before.”

And everyone is eager to impress just how, well, impressive the animatronics are. No need for slightly too glossy CGI, here. These monsters are real.

The new movie is directed by J.A. Bayona (The Orphanage, The Impossible), but was written by Jurassic World director, Colin Trevorrow.

Jurassic legend Jeff Goldblum will also reprise his role as the cynical Dr Ian Malcolm from the original movies.


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