Jurassic World 2 Might Involve Animal Rights and a Rescue Mission
We still don’t have a clue what Jurassic World 2 will all be about (nor if it would still be called Jurassic World 2 ) but there are clues as to what the plot could be for the second film for the new trilogy and an aspect that we might have touched on in the five movies from the franchise.
Jurassic Outpost reports that there were three domains that were recently purchased by NBC Universal on December 15, 2016 that might hold the key as to what Jurasic World 2 is all about.
These three domains are:
All Creatures Have Rights
Theer’s a lot of speculation as to what the context for All Creatures Have Rights could mean. But there’s a really strong evidence that this could be one of the subplot for JW2, where people have banded together to form an organization that look into the rights of dinosaurs just like how PAWS and GreenPeace operates (most of the time anyway).
Will we see Chris Pratt’s Owen joining this organization as they fight for the rights of the dinosaurs in Isla Nublar?
Isla Nublar Rescue
Isla Nublar was where Jurassic Park and Jurassic World was set. It’s where that T-Rex roared at the end of JW and is likely where we once again return for JW2. That being said, the entire URL could either follow the context that the activist group has launched a mission to rescue the dinosaurs in the island before they get shipped off else where. Or it could be an actual rescue mission with an advance party needing some rescuing with Pratt leading the team.
At this point though, it could really be anything.
What we know is that the sequel will be about animal rights and animal abuse and that’s according to former director Colin Trevorrow. Bryce Dallas Howard has already gone on record that the current script has ‘surprised’ her; meaning they could have gone a different route.
Jurassic World 2 is slated for release Jun 22, 2018 and will be directed by J.A. Bayona.