"Jurassic World 2" won't be in the cinemas anytime soon, but there are already a lot of rumors going around with regards to what to expect in the sequel to the blockbuster Chris Pratt-starrer.
According to spoilers, the all-new breed of dinosaurs in "Jurassic World 2" will go out into the world not to be feared by people, but to save them by taking the form of armored crime fighters.
How they will turn into such dangerous heroes reportedly has to do with the scene in the first "Jurassic World" movie involving Dr. Henry Wu (B.D. Wong).
With the help of Vic Hoskins (Vincent D'Onofrio), the geneticist took away dinosaur embryos from the laboratory on Isla Nublar on board a helicopter to protect his research.
Rumor has it that the two are working together to someday create military weapons out of dinosaurs and they might just be successful in doing so in "Jurassic World 2."
However, with the people behind "Jurassic World 2" doing their best to keep the movie's plot on a lid, not many details might be revealed until production is at full throttle, which will take place next year.
As what actress Bryce Howard Dallas revealed recently during the early press day for her new film "Pete's Dragon" via Cinema Blend, director J.A. Bayona has established a policy that will help in keeping the "Jurassic World 2" plot a secret.
"Whenever I have the chance to be around that group, that crew I like get information. J.A.'s over in Europe right now, so I haven't seen him in person," the star shared.
"I'm sure he wouldn't... because you know what, the emailing and texting, you can't go on record. You can't write anything down, commit to anything in writing. So, tonight I'll just be like, 'Can you verbally explain to me what's happening?' But we'll shoot it next year," she teased.
"Jurassic World 2" will be in cinemas June 22, 2018.