Here’s a first-look at the much-anticipated sequel to the 2015 blockbuster Jurassic World which shows Chris Pratt getting up close to the dinosaurs once more.
The short clip has been posted on Twitter by filmmaker Colin Trevorrow and it’s already creating a frenzy among fans.
While it doesn’t give away much at all, it shows a beaming Chris stroking a baby dinosaur.
Jurassic World 2 director JA Bayona revealed earlier this year to Spanish website Magazine that the film would be shot on location at the Brecon Beacons National Park.
The article pointed out that the Spielberg- idolising director could “barely speak” about the project other than revealing scenes would be shot in Wales – and the release date would be June 2018.
Weeks later fan site Jurassicoutpost.com talked about Penbryn in Cardigan Bay being looked at as another picturesque location for the blockbuster.
The beach sits nine miles north of Cardigan and has been home to other Hollywood films such as the 2002 James Bond installment Die Another Day – where the sands were used as a stand-in for North Korea.
However, it’s not known for sure whether or not the Welsh locations were actually used in the film in the end as there’s been nothing leaked online.
But what we do know for certain is that both Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are reprising their roles as Owen and Claire and Jeff Goldblum confirmed he would be returning as Professor Ian Malcolm. He starred in the first Jurassic Park film back in 1993 and its sequel The Lost World in 1997.