The newest trailer for Jurassic World Dominion is asking the important questions, like “Can a dinosaur truly be adorable?” or “Shouldn’t the child of Blue be called Green?” Regardless, the bigger questions after this trailer are “Who stole Baby Blue? And what do they want with her?” Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) had better find out fast, because with Baby Blue gone in the wind, Momma Blue is no longer his best friend. The bond between Owen and the raptor named Blue was a key part of the last two films. But now, Blue is having some trust issues.
A lot has changed after the events of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Since the rest of the dinosaur clones were released into the wild, they’ve been springing up all over the place. It’s sometimes easy to forget that Earth was once their world, and now they’re taking it back. But perhaps the scariest dinosaur of them all is the Giganotosaurus, which is briefly teased in the trailer. A more familiar-looking T-Rex also puts in an appearance.
Fortunately, Owen and the current generation of heroes have some backup. Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) are all returning from the original Jurassic Park trilogy. And this time, they have much larger roles in the story.
Bryce Dallas Howard also stars in the film as Claire Dearing alongside Daniella Pineda as Dr. Zia Rodriguez, Campbell Scott as Dr. Lewis Dodgson, Isabella Sermon as Maisie Lockwood, Justice Smith as Franklin Webb, Omar Sy as Barry Sembène, DeWanda Wise as Kayla, and BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu. Mamoudou Athie, Scott Haze, and Dichen Lachman have undisclosed roles in the sequel.
Colin Trevorrow directed Jurassic World Dominion from a script he co-wrote with Emily Carmichael. The new sequel will hit theaters on June 10.
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