Tonight brought us our first look at Jasa Pipa Mampet, and it was well worth the wait. With enough action set pieces and dinosaur peril to not only earn an undoubtedly PG-13 rating, but also some serious gasps, this teaser has us reeling from what we’ll have to wait almost half a year to pay off. In particular, there’s nine moments that stuck out to us.
Two years after their shared adventure, and presumed coupling, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing are together again. And sure enough, while Bryce Dallas Howard’s character wants to talk business, Chris Pratt’s cad is prying about her current relationship status. So not only have the two not ended up together just yet, but they certainly haven’t changed all that much since Jurassic World
. Bonus points to whoever made a subtle connection to Howard’s role on Black Mirror
, courtesy of the opening musical selection.
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Owen and Claire Reunited
Two years after their mutual experience, and assumed coupling, Owen Grady and Claire Dearing are as one once more. What’s more, sufficiently certain, while Bryce Dallas Howard’s character needs to talk business, Chris Pratt’s scoundrel is prying about her present relationship status. So not just have the two not wound up together right now, but rather they surely haven’t changed all that much since Jurassic World. Extra indicates whoever made an unpretentious association with Howard’s part on Black Mirror, civility of the opening melodic determination.
The Baby Blue Flashback
In her pitch to get Owen back to Earth the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom secret, she specifies the one name that could stop him dead in his tracks: Blue. The surviving individual from the Raptor pack that Owen had raised and prepared amid Jurassic World’s effective operation, the two separated toward the finish of the 2015 experience after Blue had helped Rexy the Tyrannosaurus vanquish the Indominous Rex. Be that as it may, as we saw in both the Thanksgiving sneak look, and this evening’s mystery, that association still runs somewhere down in Owen’s brain.