"Jurassic World" is upping the dino drama in the 2018 sequel, making it more and more difficult to hold onto your butts. Colin Trevorrow directed the 2015 film, and he's involved in "Jurassic Park 2" but -- since he's busy with a little indie film called "Star Wars: Episode IX" -- he passed the directing torch to "A Monster Calls" director J.A. Bayona.
Trevorrow and (briefly) Bayona recently had a great interview with the Jurassic Outpost podcast, teasing what's ahead in the sequel.
We won’t get to see Jurassic World for another couple of weeks. And while sequels to blockbusters sometimes head into development before the preceding film debuts, we’ve yet to hear that Universal is already at work on another dinos...
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Colin Trevorrow has insisted that Jurassic World 2 will be much darker to its predecessor, and that his replacement Juan Antonio Bayona was specifically employed to make it so.
Writer-producer Colin Trevorrow teases that director J.A. Bayona will make Jurassic World 2 more suspenseful than its predecessor.