No, those are not Easter eggs.
Colin Trevorrow recently took to Twitter to share a photo of some eggs – 7 to be exact – inside an incubator waiting to hatch. There was no context given, which left fans wondering what it could mean for the upcoming “Jurassic World 2”.
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) April 16, 2017
Trevorrow was previously the director for “Jurassic World” but decided to not direct the sequel. However, he has co-written the script with his writing partner, Derek Connolly, and is also producing the 2nd instalment.
While no plot details have been revealed, rumour has it that eggs here may be used to breed dinosaurs for combat. This seems to be in line with Trevorrow’s former comments that the sequel will tackle the ethical issue of animal rights.
The image above also harkens back to the classic scene in the lab from the original “Jurassic Park”. Although the franchise appears to be venturing into new ground, it’s nice that they’re also paying homage to the earlier films.
We’ll find out more about “Jurassic World 2” as it approaches its release date on 22nd June 2018.