Daniella Pineda discusses deleted “Jurassic World: “Fallen Kingdom” scene that revealed her character’s sexuality.
It turns out, one of the main characters in “Jurassic World: “Fallen Kingdom” is an openly homosexual — although you’d never know it from the final cut that the road to the theaters.
According to star Daniella Pineda, who plays the role of paleoveterinarian Zoe Rodriguez, there was a scene in which her character was revealed to be a lesbian, but it ended up on the cutting room floor.
Speak to Build, Pineda said they “understood why the cut,” explained that the decision was made “because of the time.” However, she was disappointed, because at the time that provided “a little insight into my character.”
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The recall of the details of the scene, Pineda said that her and Chris Pratt, “and we are in a military vehicle with all of these mercenaries.”
“I look at Chris and am happy to, Yes. Square-jaw. Good bone structure. High. The muscles. I do not date men, but if I did, it would be you. It would gross me out, but I would do it,'” Pineda shared.
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In “Fallen Kingdom,” Pratt’s character, raptor expert, Owen Grady, returns to the Central American island of Isla Nublar, where the events of “Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic World” unfolded — save a bunch of dinosaurs before they are destroyed by the impending eruption of a volcano on the island.
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Pratt reunited with “Jurassic World” co-star Bryce Dallas Howard as a former park operations manager Clair Dearing for the daring adventure. The film also marks the return of “Jurassic Park” star Jeff Goldblum, who is reprising his role as the smooth-talking mathematician Ian Malcolm.
“Jurassic World: “Fallen Kingdom” — directed by J. A. Bayona and written by Colin Trevorrow, who co-wrote and directed the first “Jurassic World,” in addition to the return of co-writer Derek Connolly — is set to stampede into theaters on June 22.