Jurassic World 2 producer Frank Marshall teased "big news" for fans yesterday. Now the film's official title is out and Universal's released a new poster to go along with it.
Taking to social media, the studio's revealed the highly anticipated science fiction adventure film's title a year before the Jurassic World sequel's release – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Making a tagline out of Ian Malcolm's (Jeff Goldblum) words in the original Jurassic Park, Universal tells fans that "Life Finds A Way."
Check out the official poster down here:
Universal hasn't revealed the meaning of the Fallen Kingdom just yet, but in an interview with Collider, producer Colin Trevorrow tells fans that the Jurassic World sequel will start exploring new themes.
"It's definitely about our greed and the depths of depravity that humans will sink in order to satisfy their need for profit. We're certainly continuing with a lot of those themes but in different ways. But without spoiling anything there's definitely new themes that have never been examined in a Jurassic movie before that we've gotten into that I really think will expand people's idea of what these movies can be, that it's not just people running away from dinosaurs on an island."
The Jurassic World sequel's tagline also reminds fans that Goldblum's reprising his role as Malcolm alongside Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard. Does it refer to the rise of the dinosaurs?
We'll have to wait and see. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom makes its way to the big screen on June 22, 2018.