In 2019, Netflix announced Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, an animated series produced by Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation. Today the companies have shared the first trailer of the content, showing some of the adventures that the young protagonists will be able to live in a park full of chaos. Although the series is clearly focused on a younger audience, we have no doubt that some fans of the franchise will enjoy it as well.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, in fact, happens at the same time as the events that took place in Jurassic World. Six teenagers were looking to enjoy their stay in the park like all the other visitors, however, the dinosaurs unleashed madness. What seemed to be a dream visit becomes a mission of survival. Obviously, the plot and its scenes are far from what we saw in the 2015 film.
Set in parallel to the events narrated in Jurassic World, it tells the story of six teenagers who are chosen to live a unique adventure: camping in an area near Isla Nublar. But when the dinosaurs come out of their cages and create chaos, these youngsters will have to survive a hostile situation.Unable to contact the outside world, they will need to evolve from strangers to friends, and from friends to family if they are to survive, explains the synopsis.
Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous will premiere on September 18 exclusively on Netflix. However, it is not the only content of the franchise on the way, because Jurassic World: Dominion, the third part of the last trilogy, will see the light on June 11, 2021; as long as the coronavirus pandemic does not hinder its launch as many other films.