Movie fans have been chomping at the bit for news regarding trailer release dates for some of next year's most anticipated sci-fi blockbusters. Two of these high profile titles are the Jurassic World sequel directed by Juan Antonio Bayona and the new Predator film directed by Shane Black. Over the last week, our questions were answered and now we know when the trailers for both of these films are expected to arrive online.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Jurassic World 2)
The trailer release date for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom was initially rumored to debut next month, in November 2017 but a recent development confirmed the trailer would debut December 13th, 2017 instead. Although, some question whether or not the December release date is specific to the theatrical debut of the trailer and not the online version. In most cases a film trailer will debut online well before it debuts ahead of another film at the cinema, in this case, in front of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. That being said, the rumor of the trailer releasing online in November may still prove to be true. Rumors aside however, we know for sure that the trailer will be available by December 13th.
The Predator (Predator 4)
News on Shane Black's Predator 4 has been slow moving recently, with our first look at some official promotional artwork making its way online just last week. Fans have been wondering when a trailer might drop for the upcoming Predator sequel and after months of speculation, Shane Black himself finally confirmed that the trailer was still "four months away", placing a release date sometime in January, 2018. Unfortunately we still do not have an exact release date for The Predator's online trailer debut or theatrical debut, but as those details become available, fans will be able to track those updates on the Predator 4 movie news website.
Which trailer are you more excited for? Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom or The Predator? Let us know in the comments section!