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‘Jurassic World 2’ trailer: Dinosaurs, volcanos and Jeff Goldblum: Oh My!

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| Friday, December 8, 2017 11:03 a.m.
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Justice Smith, Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt in 'Jurassic Park 2: Fallen Kingdom'

Some movie franchises will never die. “Jurassic World 2: Fallen Kingdom,” due out next June, is the latest installment in the dinosaur-adventure series that started with “Jurassic Park” in 1993. The first official trailer debuted Thursday.

Bryce Dallas Howard as micro-manager Claire Dearing and Chris Pratt as animal wrangler Owen Grady are back trying to save a bunch of dinosaurs, both small and large. The creatures left behind on the island that housed the doomed Jurassic World theme park are now threatenened by a volcano.

Dinosaurs, people, a volcano: What could go wrong?

And if that’s not enough for you, Pittsburgh’s own Jeff Goldblum reappears as Dr. Ian Malcolm, the chaos-theory-spouting mathematician who debuted his snarky charm in the original “Jurassic Park” movies.

B.D. Wong also is back as the mad scientist who creates dangerous, hybrid beasts. Other stars include Toby Jones, James Cromwell and Rafe Spall.

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