The 2015 reboot Jurassic World was well received by critics and fans all around. And so well it led to another, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. However, this sequel was not much loved by the critics. However, it saw enormous success at the box office. The film made $1.3 billion worldwide. And this guaranteed another sequel.
Jurassic World 3 has had very few details made public as of now. Apart from its official title being Jurassic World Dominion, which was confirmed in February 2020.
Here’s what we know about the upcoming film:
When will it release in theaters near us?
Cinemas across the world will be welcoming the dinosaur group on their screens on June 11, 2021. Meanwhile, the release date has not been postponed. However, the production has halted due to the ongoing pandemic situation.
If it will be delayed, it would likely be pushed back a full year. This will be to stay in keeping with June release dates that have proven effective for the previous two movies.
Cast list of the upcoming film
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will be seen reprising their roles as Owen Grady and Claire Dearing, respectively. This confirmed by Colin Trevorrow. He has also stated that there are other characters from the Fallen Kingdom who will become major characters.
Meanwhile, Newcomer to the franchise Isabella Sermon might also return as Maisie Lockwood. As the genetically-created child of John Hammond’s former partner Sir Benjamin Lockwood.
And to complete the film, morally dubious geneticist Dr. Henry Wu might finally get his comeuppance. Further, Jake Johnson could reprise his much-loved Jurassic World role as Lowery in the movie.
Are the producers introducing a new snowy breed of dinosaurs?
The possibilities of this rumor to be real are high. Jurassic Park franchise has never failed to put on a show for their fans. Considering their previous installment, it is assumed that they will be planning something different for the conclusion.
Meanwhile, there will be human and dino conflicts, and humans must do everything they can to keep everyone safe.