Jurassic World 2 Will Have A Sequel Too

Director J.A Bayona Confirms The Trilogy Plans

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The Orphanage fame director J.A Bayona’s stars looks like they are aligned perfectly. First, he gets to direct the Jurassic World 2 and then gets signed to direct A Monster Calls which is the adaptation of Patrick Ness’s novel of the same title.

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J.A Bayona confirmed in a recent interview with LRM that Jurassic world is going to be a trilogy. He said, ” The whole Jurassic World is trilogy that Colin Trevorrow has envisioned.”

Jurassic World 2
Source: Vox

He further added,” We’re writing the second chapter, and it is very interesting where he’s leading the story.”

Bayona even briefed his love for Steven Spielberg’ movies and said, ” I grew up watching Steven Spielberg’s movies and I love those movies and the legacy. so it’s a question of being truthful to the legacy and at the same time bringing new stuff that people will appreciate.”

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Jurassic World was a masterpiece and Jurassic World 2 is expected to be further more than that. Signing a young director for such a big project is a brave move but Bayona has proved his potential before and The Orphanage was a great movie in itself.

The third film will also feature a new director as it seems with the first too and Bayona might get his hands on in writing again with two more directors.

Jurassic World 2 is supposed to be released on 22 June, 2018

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