‘Jurassic World 2’ Update: Dinosaurs’ Eggs Kept In Incubator; Plot Darker And Scarier, Says Chris Pratt
The much-awaited movie, “Jurassic World 2” will not arrive on the silver screen until almost a year from now. But the recent tidbits about director J. A. Bayona’s upcoming sequel have taken everyone’s attention.
The newly teased picture of dinosaur eggs is constantly creating headlines these days. Now, fans are expecting to see more typical dangerous dinosaurs born out of these eggs in the sequel.
While dino lovers were expecting some new updates from “Jurassic World 2” and its ongoing production, the director of the original movie (“Jurassic World”), Colin Trevorrow tweeted a snap of some eggs on Easter Sunday. These eggs are reportedly different kinds that viewers will be able to see in the movie.
Picture From “Jurassic World 2” Shows Dinosaurs’ Eggs In An Incubator
The photo shared by Trevorrow shows seven eggs placed in an incubator from “Jurassic World 2” is undoubtedly a vital thing that we have received so far from the upcoming second sequel. Slash Film reminds a classic scene from “Jurassic Park,” in which scientists Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Alan Grant (Sam Neill) had given a stupefied look when a Velociraptor hatched from an egg.
However, unfortunately, there is no update on the plot of “Jurassic World 2.” According to Movie Web, the park may be shut down following the events of the first Jurassic World. If that’s the case, then there is a probability that Dr. Henry Wu (B.D. Wong) has set up a unit secretly and is doing research on the dinosaurs’ embryos.
Plot Will Be Scarier, Darker, And Unexpected
Chris Pratt was recently asked at the press conference for “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2” by Screen Rant for anything that he was allowed to reveal about the upcoming film. The actor replied in simple words describing the movie as “scarier, darker and unexpected.” His response is quite similar to J. A. Bayona’s description given in 2016 as “darker and shocking.”