Jurassic Park could have been one of those franchises relegated to the world of perpetual nostalgia, trotted out only for Halloween costumes or flashback lists. Though Steven Spielberg tried many times to get a reboot off the ground. It was 12 years before the delayed sequel (also effectively a reboot) began development in earnest.
Jurassic Park‘s director Steven Spielberg confirmed Jurassic World 3 (or Jurassic Park 6 if you prefer) would be directed by Colin Trevorrow. He also directed 2015’s Jurassic World. Jurassic World 3, whose working title was confirmed to be Arcadia.
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Cinemas across the world will be welcoming dinosaurs again on their screens on June 11, 2021. That’s in keeping with the June release dates that have proven so effective for the previous two movies in the series. There’s a long while to wait. But in the interim, you can watch the short film Jurassic World: Battle at Big Rock.
Chris Pratt returns as Owen ‘Dino-tamer’ Brady. Bryce Dallas Howard returns albeit with a fresh new Ellie Sattler-esque look. Here’s the chic look. Sam Neill (Alan Grant) and Laura Dern(Ellie Sattler) return to the series after a prolonged absence. Rockstar Scientist Ian Malcolm will also feature, played by Jeff Goldblum.
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The last two movies sent the science behind the dinos for a toss. This one seems to go back to the geeks with Dr.Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler returning. Expect a lot of action sequences, pterodactyls and velociraptors interspersed with the odd “Life, Uh, Finds A Way.” We believe that the movie is likely to be more nuanced and balance the often thoughtless action and ridiculous genetic engineering with the geeky approach of the scientists. That said, however, this is still bound to be a chomping monster fest with plenty of action.
Here’s a fun fact too, the movie releases on the exact same date that the original Jurassic Park (“Spared no expense!”) opened in 1993. That’s 27 years ago!