It looks like we have a viral site for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. After the events of the first movie Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) went on to start the Dinosaur Protection Group or the DPG with the intention of helping the dinosaurs left on the island. We have a bunch of new bits of information and images from the site. First we have the three employees of the organization.
DPG founder and activist Claire Dearing has committed her life to the protection of dinosaurs after surviving the incident at the park in 2015. After spending her early career consulting in the fields of process management and project implementation services, Claire now heads a team of thirty volunteers at the DPG.
Zia Rodriguez trained in pre-veterinary medicine at Berkeley before the park incident put on hold her dream of accepting an internship at Jurassic World. Now Zia is one of DPG’s strongest advocates and our resident expert on dinosaur biology. Once the DPG fulfills its goal, she wishes to achieve her dream of mending our giant neighbors.
Having previously worked at Jurassic World as an IT technician, Franklin Webb now operates the DPG’s social media and online marketing campaigns. As his surname comically suggests, Franklin is an expert on all things to do with computers and the internet. This makes him an important asset to the DPG’s reach around the globe.
Next we have five downloadable posters to help spread awareness.
Now we have three pictures showcasing Claire and Zia teaching kids about dinosaurs. It’s unclear whether or not these scenes are going to appear in the actual movie. On the site we have a public testimonial from the events of the first movie from Claire.
“The fallout after a disaster like the one at the park always brings about public outrage, political agendas, and way too many conspiracies to count. Laws are broken, morals are tested, people are lied to and mistakes have to be lived with. But what can we do? Speaking as someone who has decided to devote her life to this cause, I believe we humans must realize that, no matter our shortcomings, we should not further abuse the animals we gave life to. We owe them at least that.”
We three “leaked” images showing how the dinosaurs are born on the island and talking about how it isn’t ethical in an article written by Zia, plus a piece of what looks like concept art.
In an article written by Franklin, we learn a bit more about the volcano that is going to kick off the plot. We see a “live feed” of the seismic activity of the island. We also get a graph talking about when the island is going to blow, a gif showing the destruction of the island, and a picture “taken off shore” that shows some smoke rising into the sky.
If the volcanic activity on Isla Nublar continues to build in ferocity, it could trigger a disaster rivaling some of the biggest recorded eruptions known to man.
Mt. Sibo eruption simulations from the Costa Rican Institute of Volcanology show how the rising temperature could completely burn the surface of Isla Nublar.
Research has been limited to private offshore research vessels and satellite imagery only.
There is a scheduled march in Capitol Hill that has a date on it. The interesting thing about the date is that it’s after movie comes out. Maybe the date of the home release?
Finally, here’s the banner for the organization.
Summary: When the island’s dormant volcano begins roaring to life, Owen and Claire mount a campaign to rescue the remaining dinosaurs from this extinction-level event.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, directed by J.A. Bayona, stars Jeff Goldblum, Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Toby Jones, James Cromwell, Ted Levine, Geraldine Chaplin, Rafe Spall, B.D. Wong, and Justice Smith. It will be released on June 22nd.
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