Jurassic World 3: Will humans and dinosaurs be able to coexist at the end of the movie?


It would not be surprising if Jurassic World 3 finally films the cohabitation of humans with dinosaurs at the end of the franchise.

Many fans are waiting for the third installment of the Jurassic World saga scheduled for next year. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, the film will again follow the adventures of Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen ( Chris Pratt ), the latter as the rest of humanity is now faced with the invasion of dinosaurs. While it is not yet clear how this problem will be approached by policy makers, there is a good chance that humans must coexist with these prehistoric creatures. A possibility that does not appear surprising if we are to believe the speech of Ian Malcolm at the end of the previous part, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom .

Owen (Chris Pratt) facing the velociraptors in Jurassic World. Read also : The Walking Dead season 11: Scott Gimple teases a radical change for the last episodes of the series.

However, this is not the only clue of the future coexistence between the two species since this idea has more generally been teased by the franchise, its producer having moreover compared the third film to the start of a new era . Are we to understand that Jurassic World 3 will see the advent of an unprecedented cohabitation between dinosaurs and humans? While it sounds surprising, Colin Trevorrow's feature film could indeed push the boundaries of science fiction and ultimately bring humanity to life alongside this prehistoric animal race. An originality which could also make it possible to include a humanitarian aspect vis-à-vis the dinosaurs, the return of the original casting being able in particular to be a good indicator of this scenario spring.

Alan Grant (Sam Neill) in Jurassic Park. – Credit (s): Universal

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the fact of having modified the plot of Jurassic World 3 because of the news and more particularly of the pandemic could also indicate the coexistence between humans and dinosaurs in the epilogue. Indeed, the arrival of this new species on the surface of the globe would actually be an original metaphor to describe the constraints and conditions in which the current population must now live. A new way of life would therefore be put in place. However, it is also possible that the dinosaurs display all their ferocity and decimate a large part of humans. An animal act that would force the army to replicate and definitively eliminate the species, their small number being able, moreover, to facilitate the task of the troops detached for this purpose.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. – Credit (s): Universal Pictures

Nevertheless, it is clear that if the sole objective of Jurassic World 3 were to become a disaster film of science fiction, betting and logic with its previous components would not be required. The feature film would then be emptied of any coherence with the whole franchise and would not really register as a pivot of the genre. It is for this reason in particular that it is legitimate to think that its epilogue should surprise us and offer us an astonishing ending, far from clichés. A daring bet that would be part of a precise continuity, Colin Trevorrow having also described his three-part plan at the start of production and teased a scientific thriller by evoking more particularly the third part. It promises !

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