'Jurassic World' trends as internet wonders if 2020 is the year when dinosaurs will make a comeback

'Jurassic World' was trending on Twitter as the third most anticipated film of 2021


                            'Jurassic World' trends as internet wonders if 2020 is the year when dinosaurs will make a comeback
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Pandemic, cyclones, fires and riots. 2020 is proving to be quite a stressful year and we are just halfway through it. So when 'Jurassic Park' began to trend on Twitter, you must forgive fans for wondering whether humans had found dinosaurs too, because this just might be the year for that to happen.

The reason why it began to trend is simple. It started off as an answer to a poll regarding the most anticipated films of 2021 where fans couldn't decide what they were more excited for, 'Venom 2', 'Spider-Man 3' or 'Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them'. People seemed dead keen on 'Jurassic World: Dominion' and that made it to the first three choices. Of course, some may disagree with that.

Nevertheless, the comments were hilarious and might bring some amusement to you in these times of gloom. Fans were sure that dinosaurs could just be walking around the planet this year too. One fan wrote, "Why is Jurassic World trending? Is it time for the dinosaurs now? What's good 2020?" asked a fan. "Super glad I'm not the only one that saw Jurassic World trending and immediately thought 'oh i'm gonna get eaten by a trex or some s**t by christmas," another fan tweeted. "Jurassic World is trending. ARE THERE DINOSAURS WALKING THIS PLANET?" asked another fan. Another fan wrote that they are going to prepare themselves. "Saw Jurassic World trending. The way 2020 has been, I was ready for the worst," a fan tweeted. "When I saw Jurassic World trending... No worries though, one of the actors made a statement so that's why. Dinosaurs aren't part of 2020.... yet lol," explained another fan.

Just a few hours ago, filmmaker Colin Trevorrow confirmed that Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will return as Owen Grady and Claire Dearing respectively, alongside original 'Jurassic Park' cast members Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum in the sequel. However, not much else is known about the plot of the film and it can be assumed that it will pick up where 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' ended, with the dinosaurs leaving the confines of Isla Nublar out into the world.

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