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‘Jurassic World 2’ Update: Director Tweets To Give Updates On Behind The Scenes

Update Date: Mar 21, 2017 03:09 AM EDT

There is no looking back for “Jurassic World 2,” as the cameras have finally commenced rolling. The new director J.A. Bayona and the production (which reportedly gets direction from Colin Trevorrow) recently aired a short teaser from the shooting spot of the movie to give dino lovers an added enthusiasm and increase their fervor to know about the sequel.

New Teaser Behind The Set Released

The recently released clip over twitter shows that people working for “Jurassic World 2” are undoubtedly having plenty of funs behind the scenes. This new teaser marks the second time in the last week Bayona released something for the fans directly from the movie set. Her tweet reads: “Working hard at making these dinosaurs come to life. @colintrevorrow #JW2.”

Colin Trevorrow may not be presently working as the director of “Jurassic World 2,” but he previously said that he would be committed to the franchise, Polygon reminds. But it is still unclear to us how much input this 40-year old Hollywood director will have on the sequel. Fans are mainly moved with this doubt because he is also simultaneously working as a director for 2019’s movie “Star Wars: Episode IX.”

Few More Facts About Jurassic World 2

Although this is a very early time to say much about “Jurassic World 2’s” plot, a new update posting given by the production threw a hint that it may concern dinosaurs that have prepared to convey weapons by the government, reports Screen Rant. It is said that the appointing supporting actors have already been accomplished since shooting on “Jurassic World 2” got officially in progress after including the famous actors like Toby Jones, James Cromwell and Ted Levine. The stars like Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt will be reprising their roles in the upcoming much-anticipated movie.

“Jurassic World 2” will hit the big screens on June 22, 2018.

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