Jurassic World 2 has hit with a major leak and it hints at a dramatic dinosaur chasing scene in the movie, which is apparently similar to the scenes from the original trilogy.
The behind-the-scene footage of the upcoming science fiction film, which is doing the rounds on the internet, is shared by a franchise fan on You Tube and it features an action-packed scene that is shot with heavy rain and lightening in the backdrop.
The filming video portrays a helicopter with a rope ladder hanging on it and it shows a person wearing a yellow jacket either trying to climb up or go down the ladder. Speculations suggest that it is Toby Jones' character and the scene could be similar to the dinosaur chasing scenes from Jurassic Park movies.
However, there is no official confirmation from the cast and crew of Jurassic World 2 about a dramatic dinosaur chasing scene in the movie. So the franchise fans will have to wait until the release of the film in June 2018 to know more about it.
Watch the leaked footage of the upcoming dinosaur centric movie below:
Another speculation that was doing the rounds ever since Universal Pictures announced the new sequel for Jurassic Park film series relates Owen Grady with the young boy from the original trilogy. But Chris Pratt shut down the rumours and revealed that the character has nothing to do with the Velociraptor trainer.
"I don't see it as being true. It's sweet though and I love that kid. I love the idea of that possibility, but I do officially say, as the bastion of Owen's backstory, but not the creator of the character, that's not true. It'd be cooler if it was," Huffington Post quoted the actor.
Meanwhile, cast member James Cromwell teased that real-sized dinosaurs will be featured in Jurassic World 2. "It's Jurassic Park. It's unreal. And then, you do your work and, instead of doing it in a room, you're doing it in a football field-sized set with real recreations of dinosaurs. We had three full-sized dinosaur bone replicas that came from a museum in America, and five other heads," he told Collider.