Four months before the theatrical release of the highly anticipated “Jurassic World: The World After”, the question of the future of the saga will quickly arise. Producer Frank Marshall has already provided some answers.
Jurassic World 3: what awaits us
four years later Fallen Kingdom, the Jurassic World saga comes to an end with The world after expected in theaters on June 8, 2022. This third film will for the first time tackle head-on the difficult cohabitation between dinosaurs and humans. Indeed, after the events of Fallen Kingdom, the impressive vertebrates have found themselves free in the four corners of the planet. An event that the public has been waiting to see since the release of Jurassic Park in 1993.
This third film will conclude the two sagas. And for that, director Colin Trevorrow brought back old and new stars. Thus, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will be supported by Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill. A reunion that fans are looking forward to!
And after ?
The dinosaurs popularized in cinema by Steven Spielberg in the early 90s are still popular today. In two films, the saga Jurassic World has accumulated nearly three billion dollars to worldwide box office. And The world after should follow the same path. A real goose that Universal shouldn’t leave in the closet for long.
The universe of Jurassic World has already expanded on Netflix via the animated series The Cretaceous Colo streaming on Netflix. And he should go on still a long time. Indeed, producer Frank Marshall recently said (via ScreenRant) that the future was yet to be written:
The World After will conclude this trilogy, but we must not rest on our laurels. We are going to take the time to reflect and decide on the future (…) Above all, we want to make good films, with good stories, good screenwriters, and good directors. The “Jurassic” world is not over, we are going to do other things.
The bets are therefore open on the form that the future projects of the saga could take. Whether on the small or the big screen, the dinosaurs are not close to extinction.