"She's still alive. She's a little older, and she's angry," director Colin Trevorrow said

By Alex Heigl
April 30, 2015 02:15 PM
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Jurassic World director-writer Colin Trevorrow spoke to the Los Angeles Times last week about the new film, and revealed one very important tidbit.

“The T. rex in this movie is the same T. rex from Jurassic Park. She’s been on the island for 22 years. She’s still alive. She’s a little older, and she’s angry.”

We’re very excited, but also we have so many questions:

1. T. rexes are thought to have had a 20-to-30-year life span, so doesn’t this mean the T. rex in the film will just be a sad old T. rex? No one wants that.

2. There should be more than one T. rex in the film, because at the end of Lost World, didn’t they return both the mom and baby T. rex to the island?

3. When Trevorrow says “She’s a little older, and she’s angry,” couldn’t he have been referring to Jeff Goldblum? Isn’t that possible?

Jurassic World, starring Chris Pratt, Jessica Chastain and hopefully Jeff Goldblum, opens June 12.

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