If you are a fan of this huge dinosaur saga, it’s time to get ready for the grand finale, because everything points to the new movie, Jurassic Word: Dominion, as the film that will finally close this story. Or at least, that is what Colin Trevorrow, the film director, intends.
The film promises to be one of the most acclaimed films of the year, and is that to give a true end to the Jurassic World saga, at least six different plot lines must be closed, but in addition, in this new installment will be presented more than eighteen new species of dinosaurs along with new characters. Trying to conclude the story under these circumstances is quite a challenge for the team, but it also brings with it a lot of pressure.
As we well know, Jurassic World is the heir to the Jurassic Park saga (1993), one of the most famous film productions in the world of cinema known for radically changing the use of special effects in movies. This pressure to live up to the original saga was what made some moviegoers have low expectations for Jurassic World, but they were pleasantly surprised and this new version has become a box office success.
Given these expectations, Jurassic Word: Dominion has decided to give the coup de grace and join the cast of Jurassic Park with the cast of Jurassic World to give a final closure to the story. At least for the time being, since it is one of the most acclaimed film sagas in the history of cinema, it is quite likely that we will have more stories of this franchise on the big screen in a while.
As for the synopsis of the film, we find that the protagonists have to face a new reality, and that is that after the destruction of the Puerto Rican island where these beings lived, now dinosaurs are loose all over the world. Logically, both species can not coexist, because both are facing each other for the leadership of the dominant species of the planet, in addition to the obvious problem of ecosystem change since the era of dinosaurs and the one that reigns today.
We will soon be able to see the outcome of Jurassic World: Dominion in theaters, as it will be released on June 9, a date that could easily have been chosen on purpose, because it is the same day on which Jurassic Park was released in 1993.