'Jurassic World 2' Plot: Dinosaur PETA Returns To That Same Friggin' Island, Hints New Domain Names

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Chris Pratt nearly kisses a velociraptor in Jurassic World. Universal Studios

Jurassic Outpost found some very telling NBCUniversal Media domain name purchases back in January, but we learned about them Wednesday on Slashfilm, when they contributed to that ongoing and inexplicable new post genre: a movie has started production (who cares!?). But no one is innocent. We’ve now had months of experience parsing Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow and Jurassic World 2 director J.A. Bayona’s description of themes for hints at the sequel’s actual plot, but these domain names may offer or first concrete indication of what’s what in the series’ dinosaur future (or they could just be for toys n’ stuff).

The two domains are Islanublarrescuemission.com and Allcreatureshaverights.com and if those don’t light up any mind circuits, then maybe you haven’t seen any of the Jurassic Park movies.

There are good and bad indicators in these domains. The bad: we’re going back to that fucking island. So far, every Jurassic Park movie has been set on either Isla Nublar or the island right next door, Isla Sorna (“off the coast of Costa Rica,” Hammond told us, before either getting eaten by compies or dying in bed, depending on whether you’re Team Crichton or Team Spielberg). There are many other places in the world where I’d like to watch people get eaten by dinosaurs. Top 3: Hobbiton, Key West, Davos.

But the animal rights angle sounds promising, especially if we get to watch PETA types get eaten by dinosaurs. PETA has become known for its attention-grabbing stunts, like paying for Flint residents’ water bills if they go vegan. It’s gotten to the point where news outlets come to them for opinions to mock, such as their widely publicized reaction to President Obama swatting a fly. Love ‘em (they’ve been one of the few organizations effective at fighting despicable Ag-gag laws) or hate ‘em (their shelters, like Krombopulous Michael, just love killin’), PETA is good at drawing attention to their cause by pissing people off.

Yes, that was a big aside about PETA, but they’re who I’ll be picturing when Jurassic World 2 sends some poor, hapless animal rights activists back to Isla Nublar to help out those adorable velociraptors.

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