Fans are hoping that Dr. Alan Grant and Ian Malcolm reprises their role from the 1993 "Jurassic Park" movie in the upcoming "Jurassic World 2." Actor Sam Neill gives an amusing reason where he thinks Dr. Grant is now and if he's ever going back in the park. Meanwhile, writer Colin Trevorrow promises the film to be more terrifying.
Actor Sam Neill was recently announced to have a participation in the movie "Thor: Ragnarok" which coincidentally also stars his former "Jurassic Park" castmate Jeff Goldblum. The star was asked if he will also reprise his role in the dinosaur theme park movie, "the call hasn't come" answered the actor.
"I think the problem is that no one knows where Alan Grant is anymore. He's retired from paleontology. He's sick to death of dinosaurs and running. He's not quite as fleet of foot as he was, and he's now retired to Dayton, Ohio, and has a very successful accountancy business... I think that's what's happened to Alan. Either that or he's dead..." he explained.
In other news, the sequel to "Jurassic World" promises to make the movie look more scary and terrifying. Each scene and line are carefully worked on three dedicated professionals namely J.A. Bayona as director, Colin Trevorrow and Derek Connolly as writers.
According to reports, Trevorrow has always wanted Bayona to direct the film as his skill set perfectly fits the theme of the movie. According to the writer, the movie will try to mimic the original structure of "Jurassic Park" and improve the movements of the dinosaurs making them more realistic. The last film was criticized for the "lack of movement of the robotic creatures" that are not able to do complicated physical movements that a real creature could.
The movie is currently being developed in London but is said to film in the UK. However, rumors say production will go back to Hawaii. "Jurassic World 2' will hit the big screens on June 22, 2018.