We recently learned about an important turn of ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ as a result of the latest trailer so far. This advance continued to open mouths for fans of the Jurassic saga, whose end is near, as declared by Owen Grady himself, Chris Pratt.
The third part of ‘Jurassic World’, therefore, will not only close its own trilogy, but also It will be the end of the entire dinosaur saga that started with ‘Jurassic Park’Directed by Steven Spielberg. With this in mind, the conclusion promises to be tremendous if we take into account that the circle is closed with the return of the protagonists of that first film: Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum.
The trigger for all this was Pratt’s statements in his interview with The Today Showwhere it has been confirmed that ‘Dominion’ will be the last film in the ‘Jurassic’ saga. “You know when you go to a fireworks show, like the 4th of July or New Years and there’s always the ending, you’re like waiting for it and then BOOM you’re like, oh this is it! This is the ending! I feel like the whole movie is like that, it’s like 30 years in the making. This is the sixth Jurassic movie and it is the end of this franchise“.
The actor also refers to the ideal ending that would mean the return of these iconic characters. “I really think that’s the end. You have the legacy cast, Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum, plus the Jurassic World cast, they all converged, our stories converge in a way that is very much an ending“.
Despite the fact that ‘Dominion’ supposes the closure of the Jurassic saga, the producer of the tape, Frank Marshall already declared that they had plans to continue expanding the universe. “We want to make good movies with great stories and great writers and directors. We are definitely looking to do more [películas y/o series] set in the world of ‘Jurassic’“Marshall said. Whatever the future of the saga, it seems that we will continue to see more dinosaurs in the future.
walking among legends
Despite Chris Pratt’s long journey in the industry, he has not failed to show his gratitude for working with film icons such as Neil, Dern and Goldblum, whose return to their respective roles was the work of director Colin Trevorrow. The actor has stressed in the interview that he was “crazy” work with them and what has been “a dream come true” since Pratt was another of the children who was amazed by those gigantic dinosaurs on the big screen in the 1993 film.
Waiting to know what the future of the saga is and the new projects that will be developed, Jurassic World: Dominion will hit theaters on June 10.