We have to wait a while longer to see the perennially delayed Jurassic Park sequel, but now we at least know who might be starring in it.
Original cast members Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill are rumored to return, but you knew director Colin Trevorrow would be adding some fresh faces to the mix for the latest dino-outing.
The first one to break? The lovely Bryce Dallas Howard (50/50, The Help), who is reportedly in negotiations for a place in the film. No word on exactly what the role is, but you’d have to think it’s fairly large, considering it’s the first bit of casting news. But, good guy? Villain? We have no clue.
As we heard a while back, the sequel will be dubbed Jurassic World, and will reportedly follow a global dino-outbreak (hence the World) and return trip to the original Isla Nublar location from the first film.
We’ll take what we can on this one, since it won’t actually arrive on the big screen until June 12, 2015. What do you think of Bryce Dallas Howard’s potential involvement? Are you a fan?
(Via The Wrap)