HONOLULU (AP) — The lava pours from the ceilings. It explodes from the mountaintop. It creeps, then pours and roars down the mountainside as people frantically try to escape — with dinosaurs chasing after them.
It’s the opening act of a major summer blockbuster, but the eruption part is reality for people who live under Hawaii’s Kilauea and Guatemala’s Fuego volcanoes.
The cast and crew of “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” say it’s unfortunate that their summer film revolves around a massively destructive erupting volcano.