When Jurassic World was first announced, we learned about the Indominus Rex was a hybrid mixed with different DNA from all sorts of animals and other dinosaurs such as a cuttlefish, Velociraptor, T-Rex, and more. It was still a cool dinosaur to see and the Indoraptor will be introduced in the upcoming Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Seeing hybrid dinos is nothing new here because we know to expect it but director Colin Trevorrow is saying that Jurassic World 3 will not be featuring any hybrid dinosaurs.
Writer Chris Evangelista makes a clear point about the dinosaurs already being “hybrid” — mixed in with different DNA because the dinosaurs DNA was incomplete and frog DNA was used, which we learned in the first film Jurassic Park. Trevorrow is trying to say that the third Jurassic World installment will be going back to its original roots.
“I’m looking forward to, in the third film, getting a little back into the Paleontological, wild animal, true dinosaur nature of all of it.
With this also being the last “hybrid” themed Jurassic World movie, it’ll also be the last film to close out the new trilogy. As confusing as that seems, this means that Jurassic World will end after Jurassic World 3 in 2021.
“I knew where I wanted it to 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.”
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