In a recent interview with NBC, Pratt described the movie as taking place 22 years after the original film
”People from around the world, 20,000 visitors a day, come to see the dinosaurs and see the several attractions," he said. "It's been around long enough to where attendance starts to fall off a little bit. So they've decided to come up with a new attraction to bring even more people in. You're never gonna believe it, but it doesn't go well."
The movie will also star Bryce Dallas Howard, Judy Greer, Ty Simpkins and Omar Sy and is set to hit theaters on Jun. 12, 2015.