Chris Pratt has been brought aboard for Jurassic World follow ups.
The film, which was the first in the series since 2001, made the biggest worldwide debut ever, and hence Universal is already planning a sequel to the blockbuster, reported Us magazine.
The film, which has claimed record breaking opening of $511.8 million at the global box office so far, takes from more than 20 years after John Hammond's original vision for Jurassic Park went up in flames.
Pratt, who starred alongside Bryce Dallas Howard in the dinosaur flick, confirmed the news joking that the bosses have him for "38 movies or something." With such massive numbers, it’s no surprise that star Chris Pratt, who plays Velociraptor expert and trainer Owen Grady, has signed on for a sequel or 38. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the Guardians of the Galaxy star was asked if he was on board for sequels. “I am. They have me for I think 38 movies or something,” he said.
No word yet if co-stars Bryce Dallas Howard, Irrfan Khan, BD Wong and Vincent D’Onofrio have also signed on or if the sequels will be directed by Colin Trevorrow.