Roaring onto Cineworld screens this week is the awe-inspiring Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, sequel to 2015's blockbusting Jurassic World.
The dinosaurs are back and deadlier than ever, as returning heroes Owen and Claire (Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard) discover a shocking conspiracy that threatens all of mankind. Director J.A. Bayona (acclaimed for the likes of Gothic horror The Orphanage) orchestrates spectacular mayhem both on and off the prehistoric island of Isla Nublar, while also unveiling the scariest creature in the Jurassic Park franchise so far: the Indoraptor.
To celebrate the movie's release, we're hosting a series of exclusive interviews here on the blog, uncovering the secrets of one of the year's biggest movies. We're starting with screenwriter (and director of the first Jurassic World) Colin Trevorrow, discussing the creation of the script, what makes a great Jurassic movie and why the film needs to be experienced in immersive 4DX. Check it out below.
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