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Chris Pratt: Jurassic World Sequel To Be “Scarier”

In an interview with ScreenRant, Chris Pratt, who is returning as Owen Grady in the Jurassic World sequel said he believes the new film will be a “scarier version” than the previous installment.

“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. 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.”

As ScreenRant also points out in their article, this is not the first time statements like this have been made about the upcoming sequel. Director JA Bayona said late last year that the sequel would be “darker and scarier then the previous film.”

So what do you think about Pratt’s comments about the Jurassic World sequel possibly being “scarier” then previous Jurassic World film? Let us know in the comments below and on our forums.

Source: ScreenRant


7 thoughts on “Chris Pratt: Jurassic World Sequel To Be “Scarier”

  1. I don’t really like the part where he goes “really unexpected and you wouldn’t have imagined”… Colin said the same for JW and well…. I ended up disappointed.

    Anyway, I approve with CP, I’m really looking forward to what Bayona can bring to the movie! I like his love for the photography, and hopefully he can deliver a beautiful and epic movie!

  2. I agree with Mowice. The last film was brainless fun, but not anything unexpected or original. I am a fan of Bayona’s look and feel in his films and hope it translates well into the JW franchise. However, I have low expectations for the script and story he is tasked to visualise.

  3. Bayona has a lot to work with if the evidence about the return of a certain venom spitting species of dinosaur is going to be believed. With the right visual atmosphere it’ll be creepy alright.

  4. I just really think Jurassic world should have been the 5th movie.
    It would have been really interesting to see how they captured all the wild Dino’s from Jurassic park and see how they got to the point of making a new Dino park.

    1. That would either be a very boring movie with little resemblance to the tone of the previous films, or it would create massive plot holes that would make the creation of a second park even more unbelievable. Think about it, how could there be any real conflict in the movie that leaves the story in a place where Jurassic World would be opened? If we had the standard Dinosaur romp starting with “ooh”, “ahh” and then the standard “running” and “screaming”, it is very likely that any plans to make a second park would be dropped. There could be no real stakes in a film like that without creating a lot of dumb plot holes that make seem like everyone has the memory of a goldfish. It just wouldn’t have worked.

  5. I wish they would hurry up and confirm the title T_T I know I’m not the only one dying to know! Frankly, I hope that the actual title turns out to be something like “Ancient Futures: Jurassic World”.

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