New Jurassic World 2 photo is unequivocal proof that life finds a way

Whenever I hear word of there being another JURASSIC PARK-related film, I think to myself, "Don't these people ever learn?" Of course, the answer to that question is no, they do not. Now, while I can appreciate the need for scientists to explore the unknown, you'd think that four failed attempts at running a successful dinosaur theme park would signal to some of our greatest minds that it's a really bad idea. That being said, what the hell do I know? After all, money is king, right?

As you already know, yesterday was Easter Sunday - the day when we commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus by telling our children that a giant bunny rabbit … left chocolate eggs in the night. In the spirit of the holiday, JURASSIC WORLD 2 producer Colin Trevorrow posted a sweet treat for all of you dinosaur fans out there, by sharing the photo shown below:

As you may recall from the final act of JURASSIC WORLD, InGen’s secret to genetic meddling might have gotten in the wrong hands, signaing that the dinosaurs could now be used for nefarious means as the franchise marches on. Furthermore, there have been whispers saying that JURASSIC WORLD 2 will explore the concepts of animal rights and ethical dilemmas introduced by creating life. Of course,  this would then further the themes of the original film, thrusting them into a more interesting and logical direction.

Hmm, one has to wonder who would have the financial resources to back another dangerous dinosaur-related excursion into the unknown? Is it the PMC, or some other investor we have yet to meet? Are they looking to merely entertain the public, or explore even more options regarding the weaponization of raptors and other unbridled, toothy predators? Whoever it is, that snazzy new incubator isn't going to fund itself. For now, we'll just have to wait for more details while pondering one of life's' many unanswered questions ... What would a dinosaur omelette really taste like? 

JURASSIC WORLD 2 starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Chris Pratt and B.D. Wong is set to stomp into theaters on June 22, 2018.

Extra Tidbit: The roaring sound of the T-rex from the movie was actually a mix of tiger, alligator, and baby elephant sounds. The Velociraptor’s communicative sounds are the sounds of turtles mating.
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