Chris Pratt shoots down ‘Jurassic World’ fan theory

If you like Jurassic World, you’ve probably heard this one: the boy Dr. Jurassic World 2 is scheduled for theaters on June 22, 2018. Grant spooked in the first Jurassic Park movie grows up to become Chris Pratt’s raptor expert, Owen, in Colin Trevorrow’s 2015 sequel. Show Full Article Let’s not kill the fun.”
Pratt, however, offered this response when asked by The Huffington Post during press rounds for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. It’d be cooler if it was.”
It would be cooler, indeed; the kid who called the raptor “a 6-foot turkey” now studies, trains, and bonds with the ferocious creature. 2: “I have heard about that. — Whit Hertford (@whithertford) June 11, 2015

Oh well, at least fans can now devote more time to Jurassic World 2 theories. that role is mine, dammit!”

for the record, @prattprattpratt is not playing a grown up version of my character in @JurrasicWorld. that role is mine, dammit! I don’t see it as being true.”
He added, “It’s sweet though. Trevorrow returns to produce the sequel,   which Pratt teased will be “darker” and “scarier.” J.A. And another fan theory seemingly bites the dust. And I love that kid, and I love the idea of that possibility, but I do officially say, as the bastion of Owen’s backstory, but not the creator of the character, that’s not true. Whit Hertford, who played the boy, tweeted in 2015, “For the record, @prattprattpratt is not playing a grown up version of my character in @JurrasicWorld. Trevorrow himself playfully responded to the theory, “I’m not sure I want to answer because the speculation is so much fun. Bayona (A Monster Calls) is at the helm this time around with a cast that includes Bryce Dallas Howard,   Ted Levine, Justice Smith,   Geraldine Chaplin, and a mysterious young girl featured in the first-look image.