Considering the record-shattering success of "Jurassic World" last year, its upcoming sequel, which has been tentatively titled "Jurassic World 2," is without question one of the most eagerly-awaited films in development.
So it comes as no surprise that the makers have resorted to an "only-verbal-communication" policy regarding any communication on the film so as to prevent leaks and spoilers.
Actress Bryce Dallas Howard, while talking to the press for her upcoming movie "Pete's Dragon," told CinemaBlend that it's weird talking about the "Jurassic World" sequel because of the restrictions on communication.
"Whenever I have the chance to be around that group, that crew I like get information. [laughter] J.A.'s over in Europe right now, so I haven't seen him in person. I'm sure he wouldn't... because you know what, the emailing and texting, you can't go on record. You can't write anything down, commit to anything in writing. So, tonight I'll just be like, 'Can you verbally explain to me what's happening?' But we'll shoot it next year."
Howard will reprise her role as Claire Dearing and Chris Pratt will be back as Owen Grady. In an earlier interview, "Jurassic World" director Colin Trevorrow shared that a big theme of the movie will be the proliferation of dinosaurs.
"Jurassic World 2" is slated to be released on June 22, 2018.