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25 November 2017, 01:04 | Conrad Doyle
Chris Pratt is back as Owen in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom
The first footage from the highly-anticipated Jurassic World sequel, Fallen Kingdom, was just released, and it's just six seconds of Pratt and a little raptor. As an early Thanksgiving treat it seems, Colin Trevorrow has gone ahead and unveiled the first public footage from the film online, in the form of a short clip.
The next installment of the dinosaur franchise arrives in theaters June 22.
What's hotter than Chris Pratt? The first image from the film, released in March, showed a young girl staring at a Triceratops fossil in a dinosaur fossil exhibit inside a museum.The first teaser poster also had the tagline, "Life finds a way", written underneath the film's official title and logo. Or it could just be a flashback to a baby Blue.
It's not much and the weird angle and jittery camera suggests that Trevorrow is actually filming a screen showing the footage (possibly in an editing bay?). The latter filmmaker has demonstrated a knack for combining rich human stories with genre entertainment of the scarier variety, ranging from the natural disaster terror of The Impossible to the supernatural horror of The Orphanage and the real-world fears explored through the imagination (?) of a child in A Monster Calls. Goldblum, starred in 1993's Jurassic Park and 1997's Jurassic Park: Lost World.
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