A new brief film set in the Jurassic World universe is set to premiere this weekend. Jurassic Planet: Battle at Significant Rock, a brief film by director Colin Trevorrow, will air on FX sometime this Sunday, September 15th.

Battle at Significant Rock will not continue the Chris Pratt plot line, but it will take location inside the Jurassic Planet franchise at big. Trevorrow returns as director and is joined by writer Emily Carmichael, who’s writing the Jurassic Planet three script, and cinematographer Larry Fong, who worked on The Predator and Kong: Skull Island. Starring in the film are André Holland, Natalie Martinez, Melody Hurd, and Pierson Salvador.

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Trevorrow broke the news on Twitter. “These creatures have been right here ahead of us. And if we’re not cautious, they’ll be right here following,” he wrote. Accompanying his social media post is a photo, presumably the brief film’s poster, with the movie’s title, the premiere date, and a wooden sign stuck in the grass that reads, “DO NOT FEED WILDLIFE.”

Verify out his post under. If you are eagerly awaiting for the Sunday premiere, then kill some time by rereading our evaluations of Jurassic Planet and Jurassic Planet: Fallen Kingdom.

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