Who says dinosaurs can't bring people together? Certainly not Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom stars Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt.
They and their characters - Jurassic World's former operations manager Claire Dearing and dinosaur trainer Owen Grady - reunite in the latest instalment of the Jurassic Park film series, and spoke to RTÉ Entertainment's John Byrne (see full interview above).
When asked where their characters are at as we return, three years later, they both reply with a lengthy "Wel-l-l-l," before Chris explained: "You get the sense that, you know, we tried it out and all that sort of sexual tension that existed through the course of the first movie, was able to relieve itself."
"But we didn't film that part!" they both chimed in, before Chris continued.
"Based on how we each handled the trauma of the first movie, and the events of the first movie, we found that it was better that we probably were apart.
"And then as these dino circumstances arise, we are back in the proximity of one another and there's a sort of undeniable bond."
"Yeah," Bryce added. "They can't stay away from each other."
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is on general release from June 6