Colin Trevorrow, director of Jurassic World, recently sat down with ThePlaylist.net to talk about his upcoming film, Book of Henry, but couldn't get away without mentioning Jurassic World and the new director J.A. Bayona. Trevorrow slightly revealed what to expect from the forthcoming "Jurassic" film:
"The Playlist: The last time we talked you weren’t sure how involved in “Jurassic World 2” you’ll be. What should we expect?"
Trevorrow: "We’re moving it into new territory. J.A. Bayona is an incredible director and I know he’ll push the boundaries of what a ‘Jurassic’ movie is. I think it’s important that we take risks. A franchise must evolve or perish."
While it's not specifically news or giving us any details, I think it speaks volumes about what we may see in the new film. Bayona is known for his dark, but very emotional vision in films such as The Orphanage and The Impossible. I highly suggest you watch both to get a sense of his direction.
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