Jurassic World 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer And What Are The Major Changes For This Season?

Jurassic World: Extinction is the last instalment of the sequel trilogy of the classic Jurassic Park series. With the return of the trio of the OG Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum, the movie is set to come a full circle. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, the movie will possibly be based in the USA and will show the aftermath of the dreaded dinosaur auction held in the last edition.

Previous Movies

The 1993 movie, Jurassic Park was a fantastic movie, and people loved the turn of events in that. The visual effect was a new thing, and people have been wondering how the dinosaurs can cause this much trouble in the real world. The adventures of the characters and the crazy graphics hit it off. The two other sequels released were equally good and the viewers enjoyed a lot.

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About The Release Date

The movie will be released on 11th June 2021, and even though no official trailer has been released yet, the trailer concepts and fandoms are speculating whether, with the return of the famous trio, Colin Trevorrow will squeeze in the love triangle amidst the chaos yet again. Another thing that has been announced by him is that the viewers should not be misled by the title as the movie will NOT have anything to do with the word ‘extinction’.

About the Teaser

The teaser shows a chilling scene of Pterodactyls encircling and sitting atop a skyscraper. With a piano background score adding to the enigma of the scene, the teaser eerily points to impending doom with a T-Rex looming in the darkness as a family cowers in their camp.

The trailer has not been released yet. And we do not quite know many things about the movie. All we can expect is that the movie lives up to the expectations of the fans. The sources do not say much about the Jurassic World threequel that tells us what the movie will show. However, we can sure put an idea forward. The “science thriller” has supposed to do something with the fact that the last movie put the dinosaurs out of the world.

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