Bioengineering company International Genetics Incorporated (InGen) could make their next evil move against dinosaurs when Jurassic World 2 hits the big screens with a wider release in June 2018.
The eagle-eyed franchise fans have shared several behind-the-scene photos of the upcoming science fiction film on social media featuring the dinosaurs in cages and under tarps. In some of the leaked images, the raptors can be seen being transported from the island of Isla Nublar to another place in a truck.
Although it is not clear whether the transportation of dinosaurs is being done under the guidelines of InGen or any other firm, fans have started speculating that the raptors are being shifted to train them for militarisation.
It has already been teased by Jurassic World 2 creator Colin Trevorrow that the movie will be quite different from the prequel film and fans cannot really expect to watch dinosaurs chasing human beings in a theme park.
Recently, an industry insider had also claimed that the upcoming film will focus on militarisation of dinosaurs and young Velociraptor Blue will be a victim of it. According to the source, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing will try their best to protect the dinosaurs.
However, a few of the franchise fans believe that the shifting of dinosaurs from the island by InGen or any other organisation will save them from an impending volcanic eruption.
"From what we know about Jurassic World 2 already, we can speculate that at some point InGen, or another organisation attempt to transport Dinosaurs off the island of Isla Nublar. It's been theorised for months now that the action is an attempt to save the Dinosaurs inhabiting the island from an impending volcanic eruption," stated a fansite called Scified.
The online portal also claimed that the sequence featuring transportation of dinosaurs in Jurassic World 2 might connect the movie with the second film from Jurassic Park series, The Lost World.
"Although, the purpose for these cages and captive Dinosaurs may in fact have a different meaning and we might see a similar series of events which transpired in The Lost World - captive Dinosaurs getting loose and laying waste to Human settlements stated the website.