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Frank Marshall teases B.D. Wong’s return in Jurassic World Sequel

Jurassic World stars Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt were confirmed for the Jurassic World sequel when Universal made the official sequel announcement back in July of 2015. Very little information since has been revealed about the rest of the cast with the exception of auditions for a mysterious role named “Lucy” and Variety’s report of Toby Jones and Rafe Spall being in talks. But now Producer Frank Marshall hints via an interview with Cinema Blend that B.D. Wong, who played Dr. Henry Wu in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World could be returning.


When Cinema Blend asked Frank Marshall about the possibility of the character of Dr. Wu returning in the upcoming sequel, he had this to say:

“When they take off in helicopters, you know they’re probably going to come back.”

Does this mean B.D. Wong will definitely reprise his role as Dr. Wu? We will just have to wait and see but this does seem to be a strong hint from Frank Marshall that he will. Let us know what you think about Dr. Wu possibly returning in the sequel in the comments below and on our forums.

Thank you to Sickle_Claw for the heads up.

Jurassic World hits U.S. theaters on June 22, 2018.

Source: Cinema Blend


5 thoughts on “Frank Marshall teases B.D. Wong’s return in Jurassic World Sequel

  1. The scene mentioned by Marshall to tease Wu’s return may or may not indicate he will come back. If anything, it proves embryos have left the island. That doesn’t necessarily means Wu has to return. To me, it’s indifferent. I don’t care for “originals” being there just for the sake of nostalgia or connection to the first movie. I want them to be there if, and only if, they have something to add to the story.

  2. “I want them to be there if, and only if, they have something to add to the story.” This, save for one thing; Wu’s development as a character got hardly halfway through in JW. There’s certainly potential to bring out more of that properly in the future sequel(s). Why is he doing all of his reckless experiments? Is there a chance for him to recognize some of the consequences that his act of playing god might inflict on innocent people? Can he redeem himself by potentially helping those people, even if it might cost him his life? The potential is there.

    1. I agree with you.

      But the reason why he was “experimenting” with hybrids was clear in the first JW: Simon asked him to. He, Simon, wanted more than just dinos that, apparently, people had grown bored of seeing. To me, it didn’t represent some kind of misconduct or “dark side” on Wu’s part. He was just being an obedient employee and fulfilling Simon’s greed. By that I’m not saying he shouldn’t return. I’m just saying the question “why” has already been answered.

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