Bryce Dallas Howard has urged the stars of the new 'Jurassic World' movie to remember that the franchise is aimed at younger viewers.

Bryce Dallas Howard has some advice for the new Jurassic World cast members

Bryce Dallas Howard has some advice for the new Jurassic World cast members

A new movie in the dinosaur series is set for release in 2025 and Bryce – who will not be returning as Claire Dearing – has urged newcomers such as Scarlett Johansson and Jonathan Bailey to think of the children when making the flick.

Speaking to Collider, the 'Argylle' star said: "I would say the one thing which I know that they know is that this is just incredibly meaningful for kids.

"Dinosaurs are a big deal and they're special interests for a lot of young people and that stays with some of us as we get older. I have wallpaper in my bedroom of dinosaurs. I'm 43.

"And so, I think that, if they don't already know it, they'll immediately see it and sense it and it's such an honour to get to be a part of the dinosaur franchise."

Bryce expects the upcoming movie to be a success with the talented cast and crew that are involved.

She said: "David Koepp wrote it, he wrote 'Jurassic Park'. Scarlett Johansson is in it. Gareth Edwards is directing it. He directed 'Rogue One', 'Godzilla'.

"This is gonna be a great movie. And so I would have no advice for anyone who's part of that team because they're gonna nail it."

Bryce has moved into directing by helming episodes of the 'Star Wars' spin-off 'The Mandalorian' and addressed the possibility of getting behind the camera on a 'Jurassic World' flick.

She said: "Oh, of course, of course. But, that might not be right. You know what I mean? It's just really might not be right. 'Jurassic', the idea of 'Jurassic' is so huge, and I played a very specific character, and now I can take off that hat and put on the director's hat.

"But I think it's important for there to be new storytellers in this legacy of this incredible science fiction conceit that Michael Crichton came up with."