Jurassic World will continue with another entry to the series with an exciting project. The previous entry wasn’t as successful as fans had expected it to be but the trailer for the latest entry has given high hopes. Considering this movie series started with links to the Jurassic Park trilogy, we will finally get to see the two franchises merge. But there are many wonders regarding the future of the franchise as there are various theories coming out on how it will end. A new Jurassic World 3 theory suggests that Dominion will end with the dinosaurs evolving to coexist with human beings.
Jurassic World: Dominion
The previous entry Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom ended while paving the way for the conclusion of the movie. Based on what the director had in his mind, this is something that was laid from the very beginning of the franchise. According to his response to Sebas Tabany regarding where the story will go:
I remember telling Steven [Spielberg] even while we were making the first movie, “This is the beginning. Here is the middle. And here’s the end of the end.” This is where we want to go. I feel like that kind of design is crucial to a franchise like this if you really want to bring people along with you and make sure they stay interested. It needs to be thought through on that level. It can’t be arbitrary, especially if we want to turn this into a character-based franchise with people who you lean in to follow what they’re going to do.
Things took a drastic turn for the dinosaurs at the end of the second film where we saw them entering a completely new habitat. One of the major themes in these movies was the government and specifically the army trying to invest in them as weapons. A failed auction led to the dinosaurs being released across North America and we got an idea that these creatures were going to reclaim what was once their own. With the frog DNA concept also being introduced in the narrative it became clear that they can reproduce asexually. This means that they are also going to see some major developments when we see them next.
Ian Malcolm’s Warning
While fans were left wondering about what the conclusion will be, another interesting plot point was put into the narrative. Ian Malcolm appears in the sequel and he mentions that these creatures have to be killed. He mentions:
I think that we should allow our, uh, magnificent , glorious dinosaurs to be taken out by the volcano.
As deeply sad as that would be, we altered the course of natural history. This is a correction.
Senator, with all do respect, God’s not part of the equation. No. What I mean is that in the last century, we amassed landmark technological power. And we’ve consistently proven ourselves incapable of handling that power. 80 years ago, who could have predicted nuclear proliferation and then there it was. And now we’ve got genetic power, so how long is it going to take to spread around the globe and what’s going to be done with it? It ain’t going to stop with the de-extinction of the dinosaurs.
How Dominion Might Deal With The Conclusion
A lot of new dinosaurs have been introduced based on the trailer of the upcoming entry. The Pyroraptor is something that has never been seen in any of the past Jurassic films. This species lived around 70 million years ago and one of its identifying features is that it has feathers. It was actually considered to be the very initial steps of the evolutionary transition from dinosaurs to birds. The Pyroraptor along with Archaeopteryx helped in proving that birds are in fact that the living descendants of the dinosaurs.
The Archaeopteryx will also be making their debut in the Jurassic movies with Dominion. Even though there is a lot of debate regarding whether both of these species belong to the same species or not. But their appearance in the movies might have some serious arcs we might not have taken into consideration. Both of them are actually considered to be proof that dinosaurs did undergo a transformation in order to evolve into something that exists in the modern world. Their appearance in the movie might be evidence of the fact that the dinosaurs didn’t remain static and evolved.
Trevorrow actually planned to have a singular narrative that would be working in the narrative. If these evolving dinosaurs and their growing population are allowed to have their own existence then that would actually stick to the narrative of the movies. This will allow for a chance for a lot more to be brought out with this arc following the trilogy while giving it a conclusion of its own.
Jurassic World: Dominion will be released in theaters on June 10.