Colin Trevorrow, director of Jurassic World, has come forward with some more information on the film’s sequel, which he says will be, “more suspenseful and scary.”
Trevorrow is directing Star Wars: Episode IX, so he is unable to direct Jurassic World 2; however, he is still serving as producer, plus he wrote the film alongside Derek Connolly, so he still knows everything going on with the upcoming, sure-to-be-a-blockbuster film. He divulged some info to Jurassic Outpost.
With regards to the plot as a whole, he said that the film will be, “more suspenseful and scary,” so he knew that Juan Antonio Bayona would be a great director for the film.
He also added that the film will not focus on the militarization of dinosaurs like the first Jurassic World. He said in regards to that, “I’m not that interested in militarized dinosaurs, at least not in practice,” adding that it was better used “as the pipe dream of a lunatic.”
He also said that there should be more opportunity for animatronics in the sequel, and that Bayona, “is all about going practical whenever possible.”
Jurassic World is out June 22, 2018 and will be seeing the return of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard.