Bryce Dallas Howard admits she “ugly cried” when “Jurassic World 2” wrapped filming, and same

We can totally understand getting emotional when you finish wrapping a movie, which is why we’re totally with Bryce Dallas Howard crying after Jurassic World 2 finished filming.

The actor shared the news that the sequel to the popular dinosaur disaster movie finished filming with an adorable snap on Instagram. The film, which is scheduled for release next June, follows 2015’s Jurassic World, which is currently the fourth highest grossing movie of all time.

Writing under the Instagram picture, Bryce shared how bittersweet it was to end filming.

“Day #60 and that’s a wrap!” she wrote. “Honestly, I ugly cried. Bye, Hawaii! #jurassicworld #jurassicworld2 #JurassicWorldFallenKingdom” 

We can understand Bryce’s tears because we have our own. However, while hers are about the filming of the movie coming to an end, ours are about just how excited we are for Jurassic World 2. 

Howard’s Instagram post comes just days after Juan Antonio Bayona, the director the dino-sequel, tweeted out that the movie had finished filming.

“This is a wrap for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom! What a journey! Thank you to everyone that made it possible. #JurassicWorldFallenKingdom,” he wrote, before sharing a GIF of Chris Pratt.

Speaking about the movie, Colin Trevorrow, who directed the first Jurassic World and co-wrote the script for the sequel, recently gave fans a teaser of what they can expect.

“It’s definitely about our greed and the depths of depravity that humans will sink in order to satisfy their need for profit. We’re certainly continuing with a lot of those themes but in different ways,” he said during an appearance on MTV’s Happy Sad Confused podcast. “But without spoiling anything there’s definitely new themes that have never been examined in a Jurassic movie before that we’ve gotten into that I really think will expand people’s idea of what these movies can be, that it’s not just people running away from dinosaurs on an island.” 

Meanwhile, it was also revealed that Jeff Goldblum would be reprising his role of Dr. Ian Malcolm in the upcoming movie.

Regardless, we’re with Bryce on this one. The fact that Jurassic World 2 is just under a year away from release is most certainly reason enough to ugly cry.

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