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OS ANGELES — The first official trailer of Jurassic World’s sequel, ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’, has been released with Avengers Infinity War star Chris Pratt back battling to save his dinosaur pals.

In the Universal’s film, there is not only plenty of dinosaur action, but there’s also an exploding volcano. And all we can say is, it’s a Jeff Goldblum movie! He will be reprising his role as Dr Ian Malcolm, for sure, that may be the only reason for the fans to rush to the cinema.

Directed by A Monster Calls J.A. Bayona, the film is set after everyone escaped from the former theme park on Isla Nublar.

The trailer opens with the park’s former manager, Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard), catching up with Owen Grady (Chris Pratt), who’s trying to convince him to come with her as she returns to the island.

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Dearing heads up a group — the Dinosaur Protection Group — dedicated to saving their creations, and the plan seems to be to bring the dinosaurs off the island to safety.

But, not everyone is on board with the idea: Jeff Goldblum, who reprises his role as mathematician Dr. Ian Malcolm, tells a governmental committee that “these creatures were here before us, and if we’re not careful, they’re gonna be here after us.”

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters on June 22nd, 2018.

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Irrfan Khan diagnosed with NeuroEndocrine Tumour

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MUMBAI — Actor Irrfan Khan on Friday has revealed that he is diagnosed with NeuroEndocrine Tumour.

The 51-year-old star of dozens of Bollywood films, as well as Hollywood movies Slumdog Millionaire and Life of Pi, is suffering from a rare neuroendocrine tumour, according to the message he has posted on Twitter.

“The unexpected makes us grow, which is what the past few days have been about. Learning that I have been diagnosed with neuroendocrine tumour as of now has admittedly been difficult, but the love and strength of those around me and that I found within me has brought me to a place of hope,” he said.

“The journey of this is taking me out of the country, and I request everyone to continue sending their wishes. As for the rumours that were floated, neuro is not always about the brain and Googling is the easiest way to do research 😉 To those who waited for my words, I hope to be back with more stories to tell.”

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Neuroendocrine tumours (NETs) are most commonly located in the intestine, lungs or pancreas, and can be cancerous or non-cancerous. No further details were given about his condition and one of Khan’s representatives told Associated Press he had no further information.

His revelation comes days after the internationally known acclaimed actor left fans worried by informing them via social media that his life had been shaken up by a ‘rare disease’.

Khan on Monday had tweeted, “Sometimes you wake up with a jolt with life shaking you up. The last fifteen days, my life has been a suspense story. Little had I known that my search for rare stories would make me find a rare disease. I have never given up and have always fought for my choices and always will. My family and friends are with me and we are working it out the best way possible. In trying times, please don’t speculate as I will myself share with you my story within a week – ten days, when the further investigations come with a conclusive diagnosis. Till then, wish the best for me”.

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