Over the past few days, Jurassic World composer Michael Giacchino has hard at work recording the Fallen Kingdom score.
While the recording session has been occurring behind closed doors at the world famous Abbey Road Studios, director JA Bayona and Michael Giacchino himself have been sharing previews online. Following up on the first preview from Wednesday, Giacchino posted an updated reprisal of ‘Ye Old Visitor Center‘ yesterday which again returns to the classic Jurassic Park themes with an uneasy and somber tone.
Moments ago, JA Bayona shared another sample of work, this time a new track which apparently ends the film. Listen to both below!
— Michael Giacchino (@m_giacchino) March 15, 2018
— JA Bayona (@FilmBayona) March 16, 2018
If JA Bayona’s tweet is to be taken literally, and that music closes out the film before the credits roll, then it’s safe to expect quite the dramatic closing scene, setting up a higher stakes Jurassic World 3.
While it’s too soon to speculate about the third film in the latest Jurassic trilogy, this certainly has us curious. Of course, this tease also has us eager to hear more of the soundtrack from Fallen Kingdom – Giacchino has had no small task set out in front of him: creating music for Nublars demise. Whatever new themes and classic reprisals close out the home and setting of Jurassic Park it is sure to be bittersweet.
What do you think of the latest teases, and what do you want to hear from the Fallen Kingdom soundtrack? Sound off in the comments below, and stay tuned for the latest news!