Well, you only have yourselves to blame. The highest grossing film of the year (and soon to be 3rd highest of ALL-TIME) “Jurassic World” has been given the green light for a sequel with stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard set to return. Writer/Director Colin Trevorrow, along with co-scribe Derek Connolly, will pen the script but Trevorrow is likely to NOT direct. This is all according to the Hollywood Reporter that broke the story.
The sequel will hit theaters on June 22, 2018.
While the film was moderately liked by critics and audiences, the thought of a sequel in the hands of Trevorrow and Connolly already keeps me at arm’s length. While “Jurassic World” was entertaining in spots, it lacked any of charisma and pizzaz of the original “Jurassic Park.” Even “The Lost World” felt stronger in its parts.
Talking about this is a moot point. People are going to go see it regardless. Enjoy your talking dinosaurs. You know were only a few dinosaur hybrids away from that being a plot point.
Read the review for “Jurassic World” here. The film has already grossed $1.5 billion dollars worldwide.