A couple years back, pretty much everyone was shocked when the Jurassic Park reboot, Jurassic World, absolutely obliterated box office records. Sure, with the word “Jurassic” plastered at the front of it, you’d expect it to make some pretty big bucks, but the numbers it pulled were astounding, even for the most optimistic of box office predictors.
Of course, this made a sequel to the film inevitable (not that many had any doubts before its release), and we’ve been following its progress over the course of the past couple years, from development to production. However, like many big blockbusters, we still don’t really have a confirmed title. With the exception of maybe the Marvel Studios movies, the actual confirmed title tends to come late during the post-production process. As a new tweet hinted at a potential title and logo?
The folks over at Reel News Hawaii tweeted out the following image, which was reportedly pulled from an attendee of a mini-wrap party from the film. The production as finished filming in England, and is heading to their next big location in Oahu.
However, I wouldn’t run to your keyboards just yet. While we’re sure this was a nice thing to present to the cast and crew working in England, it’s likely not indicative of what to expect from the title and logo. Sure, you can point to the fact that it looks pretty similar to the logo for Jurassic Park III, but what’s missing here is the iconic T-rex skeleton silhouette that’s been a staple of the franchise from day one. Another reason to doubt this title and logo just comes from experience.
In the past, we’ve seen logos and titles like this done for movies like Logan, which showed a logo for The Wolverine III, using the slashes from his claws as the III. Obviously, the film ended up being called Logan, and that seems to be proof that it’s just too early in the process for a logo or title to be revealed just yet. Sorry to disappoint.
Jurassic World 2 hits theaters on June 22, 2018.
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SOURCE: Reel News Hawaii (via Twitter)