Here’s A Sneak Peek At The New Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Trailer


Hold on to your butts, folks.

The third and presumably final trailer for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom will be with us imminently, and Universal has now released a quick sneak peek to prove it. There’s quite a bit of dino action packed into it, too, and even at only 30 seconds in length, it makes for a tasty, and exciting, little appetizer ahead of the main course, which lands online this coming Wednesday.

What exactly we’ll be treated to in the new trailer remains to be seen, of course, but given that previous teasers have largely focused on the volcanic eruption – a volcanic eruption that’s said to occur in the opening 30 minutes of the film – we’re hopeful that Universal is about to peel back the curtain on some fresh material, like that all-new dino hybrid we’ve been hearing so much about lately.

Set four years after the calamitous events of Jurassic World, in which the famous resort succumbed to dino-infested anarchy, Fallen Kingdom has some very big shoes to fill if it’s to replicate the meteoric success of its predecessor. Something tells us though that it will have no trouble cleaning up at the box office this summer.

Or at least, Universal’s certainly betting that it won’t, as they’ve already begun making preparations for the third, conclusive chapter in their Jurassic World revival. It’ll be helmed by Colin Trevorrow, too, who took control of the 2015 blockbuster only to depart for Star Wars: Episode IX soon thereafter (which he’s since been removed from due to creative differences with Lucasfilm).

Closer to home, Jurassic World fans will bear witness to that Fallen Kingdom on June 22nd. And if Universal’s release schedule is any indication, Trevorrow’s threequel ought to be with us at some point in 2021. Watch this space for more.

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