Director J. A. Bayona has dropped a few hints about the latest sequel to Jurassic World. While announcing the first trailer for the movie, he has revealed that “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdomwill be different from earlier Dinosaur movies and will bring back the fear element.

Sky News reports that the director has confirmed the return of the old prehistoric creatures in this movie and added that there would be some new ones. That will keep the interest of the fans alive. In fact, Bayona has indicated that there would be the well-known T-Rex, the Brachiosaurus, the Triceratops and many more.

They will also bring back to life the prehistoric era when these huge creatures roamed the world freely.

The story in brief

The Verge has given an outline of the story of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” which is action packed with the additional sequence of an exploding volcano. Universal has released the first trailer for the film which follows the timeline after people manage to escape from the former theme park on Isla Nublar.

However, with seismic activity on the island and a volcano that could erupt at any minute endangering the lives of the dinosaurs that were still there, it was necessary for a team to return to the island to save the prehistoric creatures. The park’s former manager, Claire Dearing (played by Bryce Dallas Howard) takes the lead to form the Dinosaur Protection Group.

It draws up a plan to evacuate the dinosaurs to safety away from the island. Other characters in the movie are Owen Grady (portrayed by Chris Pratt), and Dr. Ian Malcolm (played by Jeff Goldblum).

Expectations are high

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdomis a movie where dinosaurs dominate the environment. Movies of this nature provide ample scope for experts in animation to hone their skills and come up with memorable products that will remain popular for a long time.

The return of Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) in the franchise, after nearly two decades, was like a shot in the arm. Director J. A. Bayona is confident that the movie will not disappoint the fans.

The audience loves movies of this theme because they bring to life a lost world, and warn that the future of our planet is not secure.

There is no telling what the future holds for humanity. Prehistoric creatures like dinosaurs are believed to have perished due to a meteor or asteroid strike, and no one can predict how or when the next such event would occur.

“Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” will open in cinemas June 9, 2018.