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Was A Jurassic World Sequel Really Needed From A Story Perspective?

On Thursday, we were given a glimpse of the new movie, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

Given that the prequel made plenty of money (it was the nearly the highest grossing film of 2015, right after Star Wars: The Force Awakens), it makes sense from a business standpoint that Universal Studios would aim to pursue an additional film for the Jurassic World series.

Set to release in June of 2018, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is going to star Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, amongst others (Jeff Goldblum, of course). Colin Trevorrow will be directing again and Derek Connolly is said to be helping to write the script.

Based on the first film, it's really anyone's guess as to how the storyline will unfold in this new installment.

Of course, we love Jurassic park films, but the premise gets a bit old after a while. The real question is, when will they learn that dinosaurs went extinct for a reason? Maybe, just maybe, it would be ideal to not bring them back to life?

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NordicRainy1047d ago

A new Jurassic Park movie wasn't needed since the first one. It should have just stayed as one fantastic film, but of course money.