'Jurassic World'
A still from the movie "Jurassic World." Jurassic World/ Facebook

The gyrospheres will return in “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.” Leaked pictures from the set show crew members working on the hydraulics, with one of the main cast members reportedly present to film the scene. The following article contains minor spoilers.

The gyrospheres used by the tourists at the dinosaur park in the first movie will be used again in the sequel. Leaked pictures on the Twitter page of BryceDallasHowardNet show the crew members working on the device.

The children were seen taking the gyrospheres before they got into trouble in the first movie. This time around, Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) will reportedly be seen taking a ride in this contraption. Will she be safe?

As the park operations manager, Claire may have some confidence in the gyrospheres. As long as she doesn’t run into a T-Rex or another powerful hybrid, she should be fine. However, many of the barricades at the park were broken in the first movie, and dinosaurs were running amok.

Why would Claire go back to a theme park overrun by dinosaurs? The plot of the film may give hints about that. Readers should note that the dinosaur embryos were stolen in the first movie, so this could be a new theme park built by another company in a different country.

Another behind-the-scenes picture posted on Twitter by Reel News Hawaii shows the hydraulic gimbal used on set. The report reveals this machine to be a “beast.”

More leaked pictures from the production set of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” have been posted on the Bryce Dallas Howard fan website. The pictures show the actress in a business suit standing next to a trailer. Is this where Owen (Chris Pratt) lives?