Chris Pratt who is set to reprise the role of the dinosaur trainer Owen Grady in the sequel of Jurassic World has teased what fans can expect more thrilling moments in the film.
The Guardians Of The Galaxy actor described the sequel as being "scarier" and heaped praise on director JA Bayona. He told Screenrant, "Aw man, J.A. Bayona? Do you know that filmmaker? He's a remarkable filmmaker. If you haven't seen The Impossible or A Monster Calls, I mean he's really visually masterful. Deep emotions and suspense."
Speaking about the movie's plot, Pratt teased, "I think it's going to be a scarier version. A little bit darker and will continue to expand and carry the story forward in a way that is really unexpected and you wouldn't have imagined."
In the Jurassic World sequel, adventures at the Jurassic World resort and theme park continue as the government has apparently managed to train dinosaurs to carry weapons and use them in wars. Previously, Bayona had also teased that fans should prepare for a "darker and scarier" sequel.
The filmmaker told Scified, "It will be darker and scarier then the previous film. Obviously when you have Chris Pratt it will also be very funny. But it will be darker. It is a second step in a trilogy, and the second step is always dark as in 'The Empire Strikes back or the 'Wrath of Khan' which are the examples you always get."
He added, "The film takes the story where it has never been before. To me it surprised me. We are going to places where the saga has never been before, and at the same time we are paying tribute to the franchise. We will take it a step further. There are things that will happen that people are not expecting and they really are shocking."
Colin Trevorrow confirmed that Tyrannosaurus Rex would return in the untitled Jurassic World Sequel. The movie will first release in the UK on 7 June 2018, following which it will hit theatres across the world on 22 June.