Bad guys in the ‘Jurassic’ movie series have a tendency to meet their demise in very colorful ways, but as the screen went dark at the end of ‘Jurassic World’ there was one villain left standing… or flying rather.
B. D. Wong appeared in the first ‘Jurassic Park’ but didn’t return for the two sequels, but he did put in an appearance in 2015’s ‘Jurassic World’, reprising his role as Doctor Henry Wu, one of the scientists responsible for creating the dinosaurs for the island theme park. That makes him one of the only holdovers from the first three movies to return for the bombastic reboot and one of the few survivors at the end of the movie.
Executive producer Frank Marshall was asked point blank if Wong’s Doctor Wu would be in the sequel and he offered an evasive response, saying:
When they take off in helicopters, you know they’re probably going to come back.
As stated, the villains of these films typically meet their end in a fairly graphic way, but Wu survived the last movie. That means he may very well return with his dino embryos to unleash further havoc.
Maybe. I mean, it’s not exactly confirmed, but it wouldn’t be too crazy to imagine Wong back to menace the protagonists of this reinvigorated franchise.
Wong has been busy in recent years on TV, having a long-running role on ‘Law & Order: Special Victim Unit’ (at least one episode of which is probably on TV right now), as well as playing Whiterose on the acclaimed drama ‘Mr. Robot’ and villain Hugo Strange on ‘Gotham’.
Are you intrigued to see Doctor Wu return as the main (?) villain in ‘Jurassic World 2’?
Source: Cinema Blend