True to their promise, Universal Pictures has released its first official trailer of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom last Friday after a brief, baby Blue teaser earlier last month. The official trailer gives us a glimpse of the back story between our dino heroes and advocates, Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen (Chris Pratt), and the length that the their team will go through to save the remaining dinosaurs in Isla Nublar. In case you missed it, here’s the film’s official trailer which is currently trending over at YouTube.
Last October, we also published some insider info on what LEGO has in store for this latest sequel, and judging from the official trailer of Fallen Kingdom, it will not be a long shot to consider that we might get some new dinosaur bigfigs under this theme. As per Brickset’s listing, we can expect five new sets under the Fallen Kingdom theme, and the official trailer of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom gives us a glimpse on two new dinos that will look pretty nice in their LEGO bigfig forms.
First off, we have the Baryonyx. Though this predator was referred to several times in the Jurassic Park franchise, it was only now that we actually see it in living, breathing form. The Baryonyx is a crocodile-looking dino known to feed on fish and other smaller dinosaurs, while not minding having humans on the list of its menu.
The Baryonyx is also significantly larger than the usual Raptor based on this particular scene from the trailer where Claire and Justice Smith’s yet to be named character is trapped behind a curtain of lava together with the beast. If ever this particular scene is eventually rendered in a LEGO bricks, then having the Baryonyx as a new LEGO dinosar bigfig will be a welcome inclusion. Other than the last set in the series (set 75930), the other two sets – 75927 and 75928 – are most likely candidates where we can see the Baryonyx as an actual LEGO dino character.
Other than the Baryonyx, we also saw the “meat-eating bull”, the Carnotaurus, made its debut in the big screen. Mentioned only in the first film as a hybrid of some sorts, we now see the bull-horned dino as it is in the wild. Suitable for running, it will not come as a surprise if the Carnotaurus is seen in several of the film’s chase scenes. It seems that this particular Carnotaurus is not that friendly with its saviors.
Similar to the set where the Baryonyx may be likely seen, we can also predict that either of sets 75927 and 75928 will be the most likely candidate to include the Carnotaurus. Bear in mind that the descriptions mentioned in our previous post only mentions of sets that MAY include Raptors, and is not quite certain of what particular dinosaurs are actually included in them, not to mention that we don’t have the slightest idea yet on what set 75930 is as of this moment.
Again, bear in mind that these are just predictions on what I believe how the LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom sets will be like once they are officially revealed hopefully a month before the film debuts on June 22 next year. Do you think LEGO has a new dino big fig in the works? Let’s just keep our fingers crossed until then.