Fallen Kingdom' Clip: Six Seconds Of Chris Pratt & Dino Baby

Wendy Jensen
November 25, 2017

The first six seconds of footage from the forthcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom has been released, with Jurassic World director Colin Trevarrow sharing the clip on Twitter. In the teaser, leading man Chris Pratt is seen petting and giving a good chin scratch to a baby dinosaur - velociraptor.

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There aren't many details for the sequel, but several plot leaks have indicated that it will move away from the militarisation of dinos we saw in the first "Jurassic World" and more toward kinder animal treatment. The out of context footage is presented as a Thanksgiving holiday message, a gift from the Jurassic family to everyone out there who likes these movies (which was a billion dollars worth of people two years ago). The footage in the clip that Trevorrow shared is clearly unpolished (CGI dinosaurs aside) and doesn't seem like something that has been lifted from the actual trailer, so it's possible that this clip was made for promotional purposes only.

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For now, Owen and his cute, purring baby raptor will have to do. Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and B.D. Wong return from Jurassic World, with franchise stalwart Jeff Goldblum coming back as Ian Malcom.

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