Trailer of Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom Disturbing Similarities With Another Film of The Saga Shock Fans

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (or The Fallen Kingdom) has been released on June 6, 2018. And the least we can say is that the realization of Juan Antonio Bayona, to whom we must already the very beautiful A few minutes after midnight , makes impatient the fans of the first hour.

A Cast Found And A Return:

But just before the Christmas holidays, Universal had the sweet idea to share with us the first trailer of the film where we find Owen and Claire, still respectively performed by Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Nice surprise of this new opus produced by Steven Spielberg: the return of a certain Ian Malcolm embodied by Jeff Goldblum.

Our heroes will therefore have the difficult task of going to Jurassic World Island and trying, through the organization “Dinosaur Protection Group” to save the species still alive after the events of the first episode. Threatened by a volcanic eruption, the dinosaurs are thus stuck and trapped in the face of an inevitable death. Fortunately, Claire has the good idea to take Owen with her to try to find a solution to save one of the oldest species in the history of the Earth.


Since the latest Trailer of Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom is available on the Universal Pictures YouTube channel, but some fans of the series see only a pale copy of the basic theme of Lost World: Park Jurassic.


The bag of chips has therefore made its small investigation!


In the sequence, we understand that the dinosaurs of the park, which closed after the escape of the Indominus Rex, are in great danger, and that Isla Nublar seems to have fallen into oblivion.
The volcano on the island is about to erupt and all species of terrestrial reptiles found there are threatened with extinction.

On the recommendation of a mysterious character, the former director of operations of Jurassic World, Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), calls on Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) to rescue 11 species, including velociraptors that he trained.

This is actually reminiscent of Lost World, where, after a catastrophic end, the park had to stop its operations and the dinosaurs were abandoned on the island, as in the Jurassic World part of the saga!

However, the 1997 film showed us the existence of a neighboring island (Isla Sorna) where the dinosaurs were bred before being transferred to the park as an adult. Scientists were rushed to Isla Sorna by John Hammond to put together a photo pack to educate the general public on the importance of preserving this ecosystem.

Upon arrival, the group was surprised by a tactical team sent by the director of InGen, Hammond’s nephew, to capture specimens to create a brand new park in San Diego …

It looks a lot like what we see in the trailer of the fallen Kingdom , where Grady is surprised by what appears to be a team of soldiers sent to the island to capture dinosaurs that we want to make weapons of war that “Obey” InGen … Yeah .

The similarities do not stop there, unfortunately. At the very beginning of the last preview , we see a tyrannosaur that wakes up in a cage and then seems to free itself from its prison.

If you have an impression of déjà-vu … it’s normal! The same thing happens in Lost World , where a T-Rex manages to free itself from its shackles aboard a cargo ship heading to the American west coast!

The film will also celebrate the return of one of the star characters in the series: Professor Ian Malcolm, played by Jeff Goldblum. The one who was sent to Isla Sorna by the owner of the Jurassic Park!

Are Universal Studios trying to make people think of a redesign of the second installment when the film will finally take a different direction? Was this the goal of the company from the beginning?

Let’s just hope that there will be enough differences and surprises in The Fallen Realm to find what makes Jurassic Park so charming , and add captivating and relevant story elements to avoid falling into one. reissue not avowed and moderately successful!

While waiting for the release of Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom on June 22, you can make up your mind by comparing the 2018 and the 1997 trailers!

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