Colin Trevorrow Squashes The ‘Jurassic World’ High Heels Issue Harder Than A T. Rex

12.01.16 1 week ago

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We heard the Jurassic World sequel was set for a huge budget, but now we know it won’t be blown on high heels for Bryce Dallas Howard. Jurassic World director Colin Trevorrow just tweeted what she’ll be wearing instead.

The sequel is set for a June 22, 2018 release and will be directed by J.A. Bayona (A Monster Calls) this time around. While we know Howard and Chris Pratt will be returning, we don’t know much about the actual plot. It is set to be more suspenseful and scary and Trevorrow, who is still heavily involved, has said we’ll get to see more animatronics this time around, but there won’t be militarized dinosaurs. Another thing there won’t be? High heels on Howard’s character Claire.

Trevorrow posted the picture of several pairs of sensible brown boots for Howard’s character Claire today giving many of us a much-needed chuckle. In the immortal words of Dr. Ellie Sattler: “Look… We can discuss sexism in survival situations when I get back.”

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While it was one of the most-discussed aspects of the film, those shoes were just a small part of Jurassic World’s issues. But it’s great the actor will get to wear boots in the jungle this time rather than heels (though Howard herself didn’t have a problem with it).

Never forget the high heels special edition, though.

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(via EW)

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