‘Jurassic World’ Sequel Gets Official Title, Poster

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The sequel to “Jurassic World” got an official title on Thursday morning — one year ahead of its expected release.

The new poster for the upcoming film, subtitled “Fallen Kingdom,” includes a tag line for the film: “Life finds a way.”

“A Monster Calls” director J. A. Bayona is taking the helm on “Fallen Kingdom.” “Jurassic World” director Colin Trevorrow has a credit on the sequel’s script, along with Derek Connolly.


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Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will reprise their roles from the last movie. Jeff Goldblum — who appeared in 1993’s “Jurassic Park” and in 1997’s “The Lost World: Jurassic Park” — joins the sequel. The rest of the cast includes B. D. Wong, Toby Jones, Rafe Spall, Justice Smith, Daniella Pineda, Ted Levine, Geraldine Chaplin, and James Cromwell.

Bayona shared a first-look photo of “Fallen Kingdom” in March. The image shows a mysterious young girl in a natural history museum with her back turned to the camera.

“Jurassic World” grossed $1.67 billion worldwide, the fourth-highest-earning movie in history. Vice president of production Sara Scott is overseeing production for the sequel on behalf of the studio.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” is scheduled to hit theaters in exactly one year on June 22, 2018.

See the poster below:

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  1. Jacques Strappe says:

    Make it stop, please! How many more permutations of “ooops, our dinosaur genetics experiment/amusement park idea went terribly wrong–AGAIN!” ?

    • Big picture says:

      So just because you don’t want to watch it, people should stop making movies and other people should be deprived of the chance to watch it?

      I mean, I don’t like the transformers movies by Michael Bay either, but I don’t run into the cinema every time a new one is screening and yell at everyone to get out and stop watching them.

    • me says:

      So a bunch of people get to be employeed for 6-9 months; their families can continue to eat; a studio makes some money, and a few little kids and more than a few big ones can go and watch dinosaurs eat each other for a while. Maybe have a little mindless fun. So frickin’ what?

      Nobody is stopping anyone (you included) from making and/or seeing a documentary about Chechnya, a chick flick with Kate Hudson, or a courtroom drama. It’s not in the Constitution that all citizens must see every Jurassic Park movie. If you don’t want to see it, don’t go. I can’t stand Transformers; we deserve SO much better than that. The difference is MY ego isn’t so large that I think I should determine what other people should be seeing.

    • Mark says:

      As long as the public keeps going, they’ll keep making them. Let’s not pretend that any of the sequels where made for the sake of “art,” the first one was the exception. The sequels are about money and they make a lot of money, so the studio should supply that public demand.

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