After its successful premiere last June, Universal Pictures confirmed with an announcement last Thursday that the release of the “Jurassic World” sequel will be on June 22, 2018. Rumors, however, are circulating that Chris Pratt won’t be returning for the 2018 movie. Will he?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Chris Pratt along with Bryce Dallas Howard is confirmed to reprise their roles for the “Jurassic World 2″.
Universal also announced that Stephen Spielberg and Frank Marshall will also return as the executive producer and producer of the film, respectively. Director Colin Trevorrow will also be back but not to the director’s chair, but to be the co-executive producer of the Dino sequel. Meanwhile, Derek Connolly will continue to write for the film.
Aside from his project in the next sequel, the Star-Lord actor in the “Guardians of the Galaxy” was also lined up for the upcoming movies “Passengers” (2016) and “The Magnificent Seven” (2017). He is also rumored to be part of the “Indiana Jones” franchise, another Spielberg film, The Guardian noted.
Aside from a confirmed sequel, “Jurassic World” also achieved another milestone after being the World’s No. 3 Movies of All Time.
During its first week release, the movie made an enormous $208 million debut compared to “The Avengers” at $207.4 million, USA Today noted.
Another Hollywood Report article noted that the Stephen Spielberg film dethroned “The Avengers” by earning $1.522 billion worldwide against the Marvel movie’s $1.520 billion. “Jurassic World” is just behind Titanic at $2.186 billion and “Avatar” at $2.788 billion which holds the top spot.
“Jurrasic World” has made a revolutionary development from its root, “Jurassic Park”. With all the innovation made by high technology, we are sure that fans and movie goers are excited for its sequel.