Blue Fiercely Fights an Indoraptor Alone in a New Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Spot

The greedy purveyors of the dinosaur de-extinction project just never know when to stop. A new 30-second spot for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom reveals more about the diabolical plot that is going to put everyone’s lives in danger. Why can’t these people ever leave evolution well enough alone?

Eli Mills (Rafe Spall), a character with definite InGen tendencies, finally spells out the origins of the terrifying Indoraptor and the true intentions of the gene-splicing program. After her three sisters were killed by the Indominus Rex in Jurassic World, Blue is sadly the only living velociraptor that remains. Owen (Chris Pratt) seems to have maintained a bond with the animal he once raised, but she is captured and targeted for her DNA. Raptors are among the most intelligent of all dinosaurs, making them very trainable and valuable for those who wish to weaponize the prehistoric animals.

Blue is captured and a few DNA samples later, welcome to the animal kingdom, Indoraptor. The Indoraptor is significantly smaller than the 50-foot Indominous Rex hybrid, but it is still a menacing beast. Worse yet, Isla Nublar is being threatened by a volcano, so Mills and his crew have the brilliant idea to store the animals five miles from a residential area.

Luckily, Owen and Blue reunite and it looks like she may save the day again. After taking down the Indominus in Jurassic World, she battles the Indoraptor solo in that terrifying bedroom scene. Blue is way outmatched by size, but she is scrappy. Despite getting thrown around, she leaps back into the fight. Claws crossed she makes it out of this one alive.

Having seen the genuine compassion Owen feels for the velociraptors, it is particularly sad to see the fate that has befallen Blue. The two have a real bond and we hate to see her being farmed for DNA. What has become an interesting theme of Jurassic World is that the artificial animals are the ones that cause the real destruction. The historically authentic dinosaurs have been the real heroes recently. It’s only when people start to meddle in weaponizing the creatures that things go horribly, horribly wrong.

The Indoraptor makes its big screen debut in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom June 22.

Featured Image: Maisie (ISABELLA SERMON) wakes up to a nightmarish Indoraptor guest in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” With all of the wonder, adventure and thrills synonymous with one of the most popular and successful series in cinema history, this all-new motion-picture event sees the return of favorite characters and dinosaurs—along with new breeds more awe-inspiring and terrifying than ever before.


Kelle Long

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