Survival Of The Fittest
When a volcanic event threatens to destroy what remains of Jurassic World, a rescue team race to Isla Nublar to save the dinosaurs and uncover a shocking conspiracy.
Following the roaring success of Jurassic World, a new dino-packed adventure is set to wow cinemagoers this summer.
Directed by J.A. Bayona (The Impossible, A Monster Calls), Fallen Kingdom promises all the awe-inspiring action and captivating adventure that the wildly popular franchise is renowned for. However, this latest instalment will also venture down a perilous path filled with unknown dangers and predators that threaten the survival of all who encounter them.
In the wake of the catastrophic events of Jurassic World, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing were forced to abandon the prehistoric creatures they helped resurrect and raise. Now the island’s inhabitants once again face extinction due to an impending volcanic eruption.
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are back to lead a star-studded cast and return to Isla Nublar, alongside a fresh lineup of characters and returning fan favourite Dr Ian Malcom, to save the prehistoric creatures that were left behind. But on their arrival, they stumble on a sinister secret that may threaten the entire world.
Perfect for cinematic explorers both young and old, Fallen Kingdom is a dramatic and daring new journey into the Jurassic World universe, but what will remain of it once the dust settles.
A Kingdom Of Killers
A hybrid dinosaur that will make its first appearance in Fallen Kingdom. Strikingly similar in appearance to the Indominus Rex, despite being a fraction of its size, the Indoraptor also has a golden stripe down its back reminiscent of Owen’s beloved Velociraptor “Blue”.
The Allosaurus was one of the most common and deadly dinosaurs of the late Jurassic period. With its bladelike teeth and tremendously powerful jaw, it would quickly incapacitate and devour its prey.
Perhaps the most unique and deadliest of Fallen Kingdom’s dinosaurs, the Carnotaurus is highly distinctive thanks to intimidating spiked armour and horns. Despite their fearsome appearance, their arms are strikingly small - even smaller than those of a T-Rex!