Director Colin Trevorrow has been teasing the followers of Jurassic Park film series with tidbits of its upcoming sequence, which is currently known as Jurassic World 2.
Recently, the 40-year-old revealed that he has no plans to militarise the dinosaurs in the new movie. He was interacting with the representatives of a fan site called Jurassic Outpost.
"I'm not that interested in militarised dinosaurs, at least not in practice. I liked it in theory as the pipe dream of a lunatic [Hoskins]. Derek and I, one of our first reactions was 'No if anyone's gonna militarise raptors that's what the bad guy does, he's insane," Trevorrow said.
The director-cum-script writer even shared a few details about his plans to explore the possibilities of animatronics and introduce new dinosaurs in the upcoming sequel. But he did not get into the details of it.
Meanwhile, the official website of the dino-centric movie indicated that the upcoming film could introduce around 130 unique dinosaurs, including the Megalosaurus, the Pachycephalosaurus and the Ornithomimus.
While Megalosaurus belongs to a genus of carnivorous theropod dinosaurs and it is known to be the first raptor to be formally named, Pachycephalosaurus belongs to pachycephalosaurid genus and is known for its thick skull. On the other-hand, Ornithomimus belongs to ornithomimid genus and is known as the fastest dinosaur.
However, the fans of Jurassic park film series will have to wait for an official confirmation from Trevorrow and team to know more about the dinosaurs to be introduced in the upcoming movie.
Jurassic World 2 is scheduled to hit big screens of UK on June 7 and the US on June 22, 2018.