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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a 2018 science fiction action adventure film, directed by J. A. Bayona, written by Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly, along with executive producer Steven Spielberg. The sequel to 2015's Jurassic World, Fallen Kingdom is the fifth installment of the Jurassic Park franchise, and stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and B. D. Wong, reprising their roles from previous entries to the series. Jeff Goldblum reprises his role as Dr. Ian Malcolm from Jurassic Park and The Lost World: Jurassic Park, in what has been described as a cameo or small role, while new cast members include James Cromwell as Benjamin Lockwood, Justice Smith as Franklin Webb, and Daniella Pineda as Zia Rodriguez.
Set three years after the events of Jurassic World, Mount Sibo, a dormant volcano, has become active on Isla Nublar, and threatens to destroy the island's population of dinosaurs. With the eruption imminent, the park's former operations manager Claire Dearing, now the founder of the Dinosaur Protection Group recruits Owen Grady in an effort to rescue the island's dinosaurs and evacuate them to safety.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was released in theaters in the United States on June 22, 2018, with an early release in the United Kingdom on June 7, 2018, over two weeks before the American release.
Fallen Kingdom is set to be followed by a sequel, tentatively dubbed Jurassic World III, which is set to release on June 11, 2021.
- "A rescue op; save the dinosaurs from an island that's about to explode. What could go wrong?"
- —Owen Grady(src)
After the demise of the Jurassic World theme park on Isla Nublar, the dinosaurs roam freely and try to fight to survive on the island for three years until a volcanic eruption from Mount Sibo threatens their existence. On Isla Nublar, a group of mercenaries are sent to Isla Nublar to recover the bones of the Indominus rex from the Jurassic World lagoon for the creation of a new genetically modified hybrid: the Indoraptor. A submersible is sent down to retrieve the bones, and it sends them up on a buoy before it is attacked by the Mosasaurus. The people on land who opened the gate to the lagoon lose contact with the submarine pilots. The gate starts to close and a Dilophosaurus can be heard running away in the jungle. The trees nearby shake and Jurassic World's veteran Tyrannosaurus rex attacks the group. One man is left on the ground and their helicopter lets down a rope ladder. They escape the Tyrannosaurus but the man on the rope ladder is swallowed by the Mosasaurus after it jumps into the air, and the Mosasaurus escapes from its pen.
It then cuts to the mainland where Claire Dearing, the former park manager, has now founded the Dinosaur Protection Group, an organization dedicated to saving and protecting the dinosaurs. After the government refuses to fund a rescue operation to save the dinosaurs, Claire meets Benjamin Lockwood, an old business partner of John Hammond, who agrees to fund the rescue mission and bring the dinosaurs to a new sanctuary island where they will be left to live on their own, safe from human interference. Lockwood's assistant, Eli Mills, asks Claire to recruit Owen Grady, a former raptor trainer who worked at the park, to find and capture Blue, the last surviving Velociraptor. Claire recruits Owen to help her rescue the remaining dinosaurs from the island.
Claire and Owen then set off on a charter plane with Zia Rodriguez, a paleo-veterinarian, and Franklin Webb, an IT expert, both from the Dinosaur Protection Group. Once their plane lands, the group is surprised to find a large base camp has already been set up, and they are met by Ken Wheatley, a big game and trophy hunter. They all set off along with a group of mercenaries to reactivate an abandoned radio communications tower that they will use to find the dinosaurs via their RFID chip implants. Along the way while passing through the Jurassic World main street, they encounter a Brachiosaurus.
Owen, Zia, Wheatley and some of the mercenaries go to find Blue. Owen suggests that he set out on his own to find Blue, and the others stay behind at the truck. When Owen comes upon the fallen Explorer 04 near the old Tyrannosaur Paddock from the first Jurassic Park, Blue jumps out and Owen tries to bond with her before she is tranquilized by Wheatley and his mercenaries. Angry, Blue tackles a mercenary before he draws his sidearm and shoots up at Blue, much to Wheatley's and Owen's dismay. Owen tries to attack Wheatley but Wheatley tranquilizes him and threatens to shoot Zia. Zia says that she is the only one who can keep Blue alive and Wheatley has his men put their weapons down.
Mt. Sibo erupts, causing the mercenaries protecting Claire and Franklin to panic and drive off, locking them inside the old communications center. A Baryonyx surprises them by crawling through an old tunnel, but is temporarily held at bay by falling lava. Franklin and Claire narrowly escape through an emergency ladder and lock the Baryonyx inside the communications center. Owen awakes from his unconsciousness, but is still mostly immobile. He is surprised by a Sinoceratops, which plays with him for a little while before running away. Lava crawls toward him and he escapes just before he is burnt. He sees Claire and Franklin and the three run away from the lava and falling debris, while being chased by stampeding dinosaurs.
Franklin and Claire both hide inside a Gyrosphere, when a Carnotaurus appears and fights a Sinoceratops, before being subdued by the T. rex who also makes a run for it. Franklin, Claire, and Owen make a run from the burning ash, Owen is slowed down a bit by the ash, but Claire and Franklin fall off the edge with several other dinosaurs. The magma bombs break the Gyrosphere, and Claire and Franklin almost drown, but are able to survive when Owen opens one of the doors. Crawling up on the beach, they see how several of the dinosaurs, such as the Baryonyx and T. rex are all being captured. The ship begins caging all of the captured dinos, Owen, Claire, and Franklin use a truck to drive on the ship, which is leaving the island, they only barely make it, and watch the island burn up in the background. A trapped Brachiosaurus calls out to the departing ship before being engulfed by the ash and dying.
Eli is disapointed by the lack of progress, and meets with Gunnar Eversol, who he plans to sell the dinosaurs with for money. Lockwood's apparent granddaughter Maisie overhears their conversation and learns of their plan. Eli takes Gunnar to a lab, where he reveals that they are creating a new dinosaur, called the Indoraptor, and potentially other improvements in its wake for the sake of military interests and warfare,. With the current one being a prototype, and their plan to use it for militaristic purposes. Maisie attempts to tell Benjamin, but he seemingly believes she misheard them and sends her off to bed.
Owen, Claire, and Franklin meet up with Zia, who believes they need Blue for something; Zia further tells them that before she can treat the Velociraptor's gunshot wound, she needs a ready blood transfusion for Blue just in case. Sadly, the only blood match on the ship would belong to a tranquilized T. rex on board and inside one of the transport trucks, and so Zia sends both Owen and Claire to retrieve some of the live dinosaur's blood. They find the Tyrannosaur and successfully get her blood but are locked in by some of the guards as the T. rex wakes up. As the agitated animal begins to thrash violently, Claire escapes through the top and opens the main doors of the cage; Owen narrowly escapes the T. rex’s snapping jaws. The crew gives the blood to Blue before they make a dash; unfortunately, Franklin is caught is forced to help transfer the dinosaurs to Lockwood Manor. Owen and Claire sneak into a truck, but are discovered by Wheatley and imprisoned in the basement of Lockwood Manor.
Maisie, having observed Mills entering the entrance code for the mansion's elevator the previous day, secretly enters the laboratory and watches several clips of Owen training the Velociraptors on Isla Nublar. Her exploration is interrupted by Mills and Dr. Henry Wu; the latter is extremely stressed about Blue's condition. Maisie, in an attempt to escape the two men, backs into a corridor and encounters the caged Indoraptor, who reaches out and gently strokes her hair from behind. Maisie screams, alerting the attention of Mills, who angrily escorts her upstairs and locks her in her bedroom.
Lockwood confronts Mills about the latter's true intention of selling the dinosaurs in an auction, angered that Mills has crossed him and used his own mansion as the auction's venue. Ordered by Lockwood to call the police himself, Mills instead murders Lockwood by smothering him with a pillow.
Bidders soon arrive for a dinosaur auction and place their bids on various species of dinosaurs captured by the team on the island, including an Ankylosaurus, a juvenile Allosaurus, a Baryonyx, and multiple others. After being captured by Wheatley, Owen attracts the attention of a Stygimoloch, causing her to break through the wall and eventually break through the doors of Owen and Claire's cell allowing them to escape. Meanwhile in the auction room of Lockwood's estate, Eversol and Mills show the crowd the prototype Indoraptor, emphasizing that the animal is not for sale. Amazed by the creature's ability to lock onto a specific target (courtesy of a laser and an acoustic signal on a gun), the attendees begin to bid on the Indoraptor. Eversol is coaxed by Mills to accept bids, much to Wu's disdain as the prototype Indoraptor lacks Blue's genome - and thus can neither empathize nor follow more specific orders.
Owen and Claire encounter Maisie, who has escaped her room and discovered her dead grandfather, and the three enter the auction room as the Indoraptor is being displayed. Understanding that the Indoraptor is far too dangerous to be sold, Owen disrupts the auction's proceedings with the aid of the Stygimoloch and wreaks havoc among the spectators, causing Mills and Eversol to end the auction. Owen bests several mercenaries in hand-to-hand combat, then reverses a switch which prevents the Indoraptor's cage from exiting the auction room.
Later in the evening, Wheatley enters the deserted auction room and notices the Indoraptor. Having never seen the creature before and wanting one of its teeth for his necklace, Wheatley shoots the Indoraptor with two tranquilizer darts and enters the cage after the Indoraptor appears to be sedated. In reality, the Indoraptor is unaffected by the tranquilizer darts; he smiles and distracts Wheatley by waving his tail in the air before severing Wheatley's arm and devouring him. The Indoraptor then exits his cage and pursues Eversol and other executives who were still there and taking refuge in an elevator. Eversol successfully closes the elevator before the Indoraptor reaches them; however, the hybrid (either with intent or by chance) uses its tail to cut off power supply to the auction room, which automatically reopens the elevator door. The Indoraptor then devours Eversol and the other executives.
Owen reunites with Claire and Maisie and the three encounter Mills and two security guards in the mansion's basement. After unsuccessfully coaxing Maisie to come with him, Mills angrily reveals that Maisie is actually a clone of Lockwood's beloved daughter who had perished in a car accident many years prior. As Owen, Claire and Maisie process this revelation, the Indoraptor suddenly appears and kills the two security guards, prompting the others to flee.
Meanwhile, Zia and Franklin continue to tend to Blue in Wu's laboratory. Zia reveals to Wu that she had given Blue a transfusion of T. rex blood, infuriating Wu, as it would now be impossible to create an Indoraptor with Blue's pure but now apparently T. rex blood-tainted genome. Franklin injects a sedative into Wu, incapacitating him, before the two are apprehended by a pair of gunmen. Franklin frees Zia from being cuffed to Blue's cage, and Zia frees Blue. As Zia and Franklin flee to safety, Blue kills the two gunmen and escapes the laboratory before a massive explosion occurs - the brief battle had caused damage to several tanks of hydrogen gas within the laboratory.
Owen, Claire and Maisie take refuge on the main floor of Lockwood's mansion, in the skeleton and replica display room. They notice a human corpse on the ground near a Triceratops skull; as they approach it, the Indoraptor reveals himself and pulls the corpse farther behind the skull. The three protagonists take refuge against one of the walls of the skull's casing, but the Indoraptor successfully locates their vantage point by tracking their scent and climbing on top of the Triceratops skull. The Indoraptor chases Owen, Claire and Maisie up a spiraling staircase before the three escape into a power supply room, where Owen turns off the entire mansion's power.
Zia and Franklin discover a hydrogen cyanide leak near the laboratory, which will kill all of the dinosaurs if it spreads to the encaging area. Franklin resets the control system in order to restore power to the mansion. At this time, Owen, Claire and Maisie are hiding behind a diorama of a Velociraptor and Dilophosaurus engaged in battle near a glass wall. Maisie soon realizes that she is staring into the face of the Indoraptor through the glass wall and shrieks in terror; the Indoraptor breaks the wall and pursues the group once again, injuring Claire's leg with his toe claw in the process. The Indoraptor chases Maisie up another staircase and down a hallway until Maisie escapes up to her bedroom, where she takes refuge in her bed.
Owen is urged to take care of Maisie by the injured Claire; the two share a passionate kiss before Owen leaves to search for Maisie. The Indoraptor, who by this point has ascended to the mansion's roof, lets out a demonic screech and descends the building until he reaches the windows leading to Maisie's room. Hanging upside down, the Indoraptor opens one of the windows and enters Maisie's room, slowly approaching her bed as she begins to shiver and cry. Just before the villainous hybrid attacks, Owen enters Maisie's bedroom and shoots the Indoraptor multiple times with live ammunition. The Indoraptor is unaffected, and stands back up to face Owen. Blue enters Maisie's bedroom and confronts the Indoraptor; the two begin a vicious fight as Owen and Maisie escape the bedroom.
The Indoraptor fends off Blue and traps Owen and Maisie on the glass roof of the display room. Just before the Indoraptor pounces, Claire appears and coaxes him into attacking Owen with the laser and acoustic signal on the same gun used in the auction demonstration. The Indoraptor charges towards Owen and falls through the glass roof; however, he manages to grab ahold of a rafter connecting the glass panes together and pulls himself back atop the roof. Blue suddenly appears and jumps onto the Indoraptor, causing both to fall down into the display room. The Indoraptor falls directly onto the Triceratops skull, which impales and kills him, while Blue lands on top of the hybrid's corpse and escapes. Franklin and Zia enter and reunite with Owen, Claire and Maisie, and the five protagonists escape the battleground.
However, a new issue looms; the dinosaurs are trapped in a room that is flooded by noxious hydrogen cyanide. Claire releases all of the dinosaurs’ cages one by one. Claire puts her hand on the red button that would release all of them from the entire building, but Owen discourages Claire to do so, thus making Claire resist because she does not want the dinosaurs to destroy the world. However, Maisie pushes the button anyway, allowing the dinosaurs to escape to the mainland.
As Mills is about to put the Indominus rex fragment into the car, a stampede sound can be heard. As one of the men goes to investigate, a Pteranodon snatches and drops him onto Mills’ car, killing him. The now free dinosaurs begin to stampede out of the mansion, trampling another guard. Mills immediately takes refuge under the car, which is quickly destroyed in the stampede. As Mills gets up from his wrecked car and picks up the I. rex fragment, the T. rex approaches and bites him, brutally shredding him before splitting the meal with a Carnotaurus. The T. rex then knocks over the Carnotaurus with her head and the Carnotaurus gets up and runs off. The T. rex roars and walks away, crushing the I. rex fragment in the process and ensuring that no carnivorous hybrid can ever wreak havoc upon the world again.
Owen, Claire, Franklin, Zia, and Maisie all exit through the entrance of the Lockwood Manor, where Blue reunites with Owen, and even touches Owen’s hand. Owen instructs for Blue to accompany him; however, Blue denies him, as she would rather run free on her own than be kept in a cage again.
Ian sums up his speech, as a sequence of shots are displayed such as the Mosasaurus attacking surfers, the T. rex roaring at a lion in a zoo, Owen, Claire and Maisie are seen driving down the highway to an unknown destination, and Blue climbing onto top of a cliff with a surburban setting below and calling out into the sunset.
In a post-credits scene, three Pteranodons fly around the Eiffel Tower replica in Las Vegas.
For a complete list, see Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom/Cast and crew.
- Chris Pratt as Owen Grady
- Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing
- Isabella Sermon as Maisie Lockwood
- B.D. Wong as Dr. Henry Wu
- Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm
- James Cromwell as Sir Benjamin Lockwood
- Justice Smith as Franklin Webb
- Daniella Pineda as Zia Rodriguez
- Geraldine Chaplin as Iris Carroll
- Rafe Spall as Eli Mills
- Toby Jones as Gunnar Eversol
- Ted Levine as Ken Wheatley
List of Dinosaurs and Prehistoric Creatures in the FilmEdit
- Allosaurus (embryo also seen)
- Baryonyx (embryo also seen)
- Brachiosaurus (embryo also seen)
- Carnotaurus (embryo also seen)
- Sinoceratops (embryo also seen)
- Stygimoloch (embryo also seen)
- Triceratops (skull also seen)
- Tyrannosaurus rex (embryo also seen)
- Velociraptor (also as a skeleton; taxidermed specimen also featured in diorama; embryo also seen)
- Concavenator (taxidermed specimen featured in diorama)
- Dilophosaurus (heard; taxidermed specimen also featured in diorama; embryo also seen)
- Dimetrodon (taxidermed specimen featured in diorama)
- Dimorphodon (seen in news cam)
- Diplodocus (as a painting, taxidermed specimens also featured in diorama)
- Dracorex (taxidermed specimen featured in diorama)
- Dreadnoughtus (embryo)
- Edmontosaurus (skeleton)
- Indominus rex (carcass)
- Kosmoceratops (skeleton)
- Mononykus (taxidermed specimen featured in diorama)
- Pachyrhinosaurus (listed on auction report)
- Peloroplites (skeleton)
- Protoceratops (skeleton)
- Spinosaurus (destroyed skeleton; embryo also seen)
- Teratophoneus (skeleton)
News and rumours Edit
Universal producers have in the past expressed their wish to create more films after the fourth Jurassic Park film.
Before Jurassic WorldEdit
In November 2009, Joe Johnston was interviewed by Ain't It Cool News. At one point, he expressed his vision of the new Jurassic Park movies: "it would take it off in a whole other trilogy basically"
In January 2010, Joe Johnston was interviewed by the Box Office Magazine. He again talked about post-JW Jurassic Park movies: "Well, there is going to be a Jurassic Park IV. It breaks away from the first three - it's essentially the beginning of the second Jurassic Park trilogy."
The production of the fourth Jurassic Park film, Jurassic World, started in April 2014. Its director, Colin Trevorrow, was interviewed by Empire Magazine. During the interview, Trevorrow already hinted at more sequels: "We definitely talked about [sequels] a lot. We wanted to create something that would be a little bit less arbitrary and episodic, and something that could potentially arc into a series that would feel like a complete story."
IGN wrote, at May 15, that Legendary Pictures producer Thomas Tull told them that "The ideas and script that they came up with, and story, are spectacular, so we may spend more than one piece in there.”
On May 29, 2015, at the Jurassic World premiere in France Colin Trevorrow revealed that he will not be directing Jurassic Park V.
In an interview with RadioTimes Trevorrow discussed his idea for the upcoming film. He said, "I really like the idea that this group of geneticists aren’t the only people who can make a dinosaur. [...] You know, when you think of the differences between Apple and PC – the minute something goes open-source, there are all kinds of entities and interests that may be able to utilise that technology." He explained that it would be like the relationship that humans have today with other animals, such as how some animals are "kept in zoos, like Jurassic Park, but they are also used in agriculture, and medicine and in war."
On June 13, 2015, a day after the release of Jurassic World, Chris Pratt confirmed in a discussion with Entertainment Weekly that he had signed on to do an unspecified number of sequels to Jurassic World.
On June 22, 2015, the twitter account for Jurassic World tweeted an image revealed the release date of the sequel as June 22, 2018. Furthermore, it was revealed that Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard would be returning for the film as well as Colin Trevorrow who will co-write the script with Derek Connolly.
On July 24, 2015, Colin Trevorrow revealed in an interview with WIRED that the film would not reuse the plot of people becoming lost on an island with free roaming dinosaurs and escaping like in the previous films The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III stating "That’ll get old real fast." and that "this isn’t always going to be limited to theme parks". He further said that he would like to explore the concept of cloning dinosaurs being open source like he had mentioned in his interview with RadioTimes.
Colin Trevorrow in an interview with JurassicCast revealed several details about Jurassic World's sequel and confirmed that there will be a trilogy. He mentioned that the second film in this new trilogy is based on Alan Grant's quote in Jurassic Park in the "Cretaceous Cafe" scene: ...Dinosaurs and man, two species separated by 65 million years of evolution, have just been suddenly thrown back into the mix together. How can we possibly have the slightest idea what to expect?" Over the course of the trilogy, Claire's character would evolve the most, mirroring the changing world and that Owen "has stuff to deal with". The events of Jurassic World has opened a "pandora's box" with both Claire and Owen holding responsibility for some elements of the incident.
After much speculation, it was announced that J.A. Bayona would direct the sequel. Before he was confirmed as director, it had previously been reported that Universal was interested in having Bayona be the director of the Jurassic World sequel and Mike Fleming Jr of Deadline had reported after Bayona dropped out of World War Z II that he began hearing Bayona's name again as the potential director of the sequel.
On April 21, 2016, The Knowledge confirmed that the sequel will be filmed in the United Kingdom.
On the preview for Production Weekly's July 21, 2016 issue, it was revealed that a working title for the film is "Ancient Futures".
On July 21, 2016, the day the Production Weekly issue was released, fansite Jurassic Outpost reported that in conjunction with Reel News Hawaii that they had exclusively learned and confirmed that the sequel will start filming on February 27, 2017 in Hawaii where the first film, Jurassic Park III, and Jurassic World were filmed.
That same day, producer Frank Marshall made comments about the film's current state to Colider. He said that the film was in “full-boar pre-production” with storyboards currently being created for the film and that shooting for the film will begin in early spring of 2017. He added that there have numerous meetings discussing the film and that the filmmakers have a template for the movie. Furthermore, Marshall said that director J.A. Bayona has been adding his ideas into the script. According to Marshall, despite the ideas that Bayona has contributed to the film's story at the moment it is “pretty much the original story they [Trevorrow and Connolly] came up with.” He concluded his comments saying, “I think we're just having to look and see how we can involve the characters in the story with whatever dinosaurs we have in the action sequences. It's a challenge, but it's a healthy challenge.”
On July 29, 2016, Frank Marshall confirmed in another interview with Colider that the sequel will film in Hawaii.
Pacific Business News reports in August 2016 that scouts for filming in Hawaii will arrive in November 2016.
IGN reports in September 2016 that the film will be more "suspenseful and scary" when compared to its predecessor, and that it would not feature militarized dinosaurs (a plot point set up in the previous film).
IGN reported in October 2016 that the film's plot was to be thematically linked to the treatment of animals.
On June 22, 2017, the first poster for the film was released, exposing the new title to be Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
On July 7, 2017, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard were seen swimming towards the beach during filming of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
On November 22, 2017, the first footage has been released that shows Owen petting a baby Velociraptor.
On December 7, 2017, the first Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer was released worldwide.
With Hasbro's rights to makes toys based on the Jurassic Park franchise to expire Mattel, whose license to the franchise will start in July 2017, will make initial products based on this new film that will arrive in stores in early 2018.
- This is the first Jurassic Park film to be produced in a 2.39:1 widescreen aspect ratio; the first three films were produced in 1.85:1, while the previous film was produced in 2.00:1.
- This is the second Jurassic Park sequel to be composed by the same composer as a previous film after The Lost World: Jurassic Park; John Williams composed the first two films, while Michael Giacchino composed both the previous film and this film.
- This is the first Jurassic Park film to use the logo in the film and to include a post-credits scene.
- When the T. rex roars after killing Eli, her roar stance directly references her roar after killing the Velociraptors in Jurassic Park.
- Blue’s final scene of standing on a cliff with a surburban setting below and calling out in the sunset is similar to the T. rex roaring out at Jurassic World Theme Park in Jurassic World.
- This is the first Jurassic Park film to in which only one Velociraptor is present during the events of the film.
- After Jurassic Park III, this is the second film in which no dinosaurs are killed by humans.
- This is the third time that Rexy ate a goat.
- The Mosasaurus' lagoon wasn't shown to be connected to the ocean during Jurassic World, with external media showing an inland arena.
- The rolling chair that Claire and Franklin used to climb up to the escape ladder in the communications center is missing after the ladder descends with Franklin on it.
- Owen is able to shoot through the Gyrosphere, despite the previous film mentioning that the glass can withstand a 50 caliber bullet.
- Maisie is able to escape her bedroom by releasing the key from the door and sliding it through the door gap with a piece of paper, however, after Eli locked her in there he can be seen putting the key in his pocket.
- When Eli states that his men collected the Indominus rex bone, his voice use implies the events of the film's opening was recent, with the film being set in 2018. However, in the novelization it is stated the events in the film's opening take place in 2016.
- When the Indoraptor is eating Ken Wheatley, Gunnar Eversol is shown holding a phone in his hands. However, when the Indoraptor spotted him and he is trying to get the elevator working, his phone isn't in his hands.
- It is shown that Ken shoots the Indoraptor with two darts. They later disappear when he is picked up by the arm in the Indoraptor's jaws.
- When Claire starts freeing the Dinosaurs the computer screen shows cage 1 being open however it is cage 2.
Notes and referencesEdit
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- ↑ Tilly C. (2014). Producer hints at Jurassic World sequels, Imagine Games Network, May 15, 2014.
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- ↑ EXCLUSIVE SPOILER! Jurassic World 2 plot details LEAKED teasing that the new film will centre around Blue the Velociraptor... as military vehicles are spotted on set in Scotland
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