A great selection of movie news is heading in your direction, including the sight of Chris Pratt as you’ve never seen him before!

 

VELOCIRAPTURE

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom writer Colin Trevorrow is taking the cute route in order to promote his upcoming dino-instalment. Star Chris Pratt has a big following. Baby dinosaurs always get an “aahh”. So why not combine the two with this sneak peek…?

Presumably the movie itself will be a bit more violent, though the animatronic creature is impressive. J.A. Bayona directs, with Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, B.D. Wong and Ian Malcolm himself Jeff Goldblum returning to the fold.

 

BABY IT’S YOU

Animated movies take a while to put together. But even the mighty Disney/Pixar are pushing it with Incredibles 2, which powers its way into cinemas next June around thirteen years after the first film. This time the focus is on incredible infant Jack-Jack, who has inherited the Parr family trait of amazing superpowers.

A riotous teaser trailer has just been released, which you can view below:

Holly Hunter, Craig T. Nelson and Samuel L. Jackson are back as Elastigirl, Mr. Incredible and Frozone, with Catherine Keener and Bob Odenkirk joining the fun.

 

A LAW UNTO HIMSELF

While it seems every A List actor has been recruited for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there are the odd exceptions. However Jude Law can now count himself among the ranks of Stan Lee‘s all-conquering empire, with news he’s signed up for Captain Marvel alongside Brie Larson.

Larson is the title character, aka biologically-augmented air pilot Carol Danvers. Law will play mentor Mar-Vell, the man who puts her through her paces. He’ll certainly come in handy when Rogue One‘s Ben Mendelsohn‘s foe rocks up looking for trouble. The Nineties-set entry lands March 2019.

 

MAKING A HASHTAG OF IT

Social media is typically used to promote movies. But is it also a cool subject to make a movie about? I explore this idea in my new feature, which you can read here.

 

I’ll be back with more movie news next week…

 

Sources: THR, YouTube, Variety, Twitter