Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom‘s release is nearing, and promotion for the upcoming dinosaur-centric film is ramping up; two new posters have been unveiled, as has the film’s final trailer.


The official Jurassic World Twitter account recently tweeted out two posters for Fallen Kingdom:

Both posters feature Fallen Kingdom‘s slogan, “The Park Is Gone.” As 2015’s Jurassic World bore the slogan “The Park Is Open,” this doubles as an ominous callback.


Returning protagonists Owen Grady and Claire Dearing, respectively played by Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, adorn both posters. The eye is drawn away from them in the first poster, however, instead getting pulled towards the centered T-rex and the volcanic explosion right behind it. According to director Colin Trevorrow, the volcano will erupt within the first hour of the movie.

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In the final trailer, Jeff Goldblum can be seen reprising his role of Dr. Ian Malcolm, one of the protagonists from the 1993 Jurassic Park. The trailer also goes into the story of the film, explaining why our heroes are returning to the land that caused them so much grief in the prior film. Interestingly, dinosaurs have also invaded human cities, which presumably is an issue that will need to be dealt with.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is set to launch in theaters on June 22. Moreover, the final film in the trilogy is currently aiming to be released on June 11, 2021. Trevorrow will return to direct it, and he will write it along with Emily Carmichael. Spielberg and Trevorrow will both serve as executive producers.

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