Chris Pratt Says Jurassic World 2 Will Be Much Scarier

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The much-awaited movie, "Jurassic World 2" will not arrive on the silver screen until nearly a year from now.

He is now promoting his next blockbuster hit, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.

While there is still a year to wait out before we're given the sequel, we know that Pratt will be reprising his role as Owen the trainer and researcher of dinosaurs in the Park.

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Speculation suggests that "Jurassic World 2" will explore the idea of using weaponized dinosaurs.

They are now on tour with him promoting Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol. 2. He's a remarkable filmmaker. But the recent tidbits about director J. A. Bayona's upcoming sequel have taken everyone's attention.

The actor later gave some bits and pieces about how the movie would look like.

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Explaining further, the Parks & Recreation alum said viewers can expect "deep emotions and suspense" in the science fiction film.

"[It] will continue to expand and carry the story forward in a way that is really unexpected and you wouldn't have imagined", Pratt told Screen Rant. It would also focus more on the relationship between human and dinosaurs.

Original World director Colin Trevorrow, on his way to Star Wars: Episode IX, reteamed with Derek Connolly (Kong: Skull Island, Monster Trucks) to co-write the script for Jurassic World 2.

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