The trailer for the first animated series of the Jurassic World franchise was recently released, which will be hitting the popular red « N » streaming platform on September 18. However, according to a recent interview, Steven Spielberg did not want Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous to be a children’s series.

In an interview with io9, the showrunner of the series, Scott Kreamer, revealed that the iconic director asked him that this show not lose the original essence of the original trilogy of Jurassic Park and the new one of Jurassic World, so he did not want that had a focus entirely on leading children. However, despite the fact that the story of Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous does revolve around a plot with child protagonists, Kreamer revealed that he respected the essence of the original Jurassic trilogies.

When Steven gave the go-ahead for the project, his marching orders were: « Don’t do the children’s version. » It must have felt like Jurassic Park. Needs to feel like it’s Jurassic World. And we did.

In all the movies, children are the supporting characters who need to be rescued by an adult. So the idea is: let’s put the children at the center of the story. Let’s stop helping adults. Let’s make sure they have no one to count on other than each other. And really, that’s the impetus of this story, let’s empower the kids and see what happens.

Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous will consist of eight episodes that will explore another area of ​​the island while the events we saw in the first Jurassic World movie of 2015 took place. The series follows a group of teenagers who are trapped inside a new camp that is Team up to survive from dinosaurs as they become friends and discover new secrets from the Jurassic world.

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Eugenia Rivas Calderón Lover of movies that shake your hand so you can come in and live in them. My favorite directors are Wim Wenders and Yorgos Lanthimos, but I live it watching Derry Girls.