Universal has just published the prologue to “Jurassic World 3: A New Age”. And he lets your jaws drop down in rows. Promised!
About 65 million years ago the sun rose like any other day. Most of the dinosaurs woke up from their night’s sleep at probably 35 degrees Celsius: the ankylosaurs took a long drink of water, the brachiosaurs moved sluggishly in a herd, while a pterodactyl hunted for food. It was a quiet, peaceful day in a realm where the law of the fittest prevailed. And the strongest were the predators even back in the days of the dinosaurs. Top predators like Tyrannosaurus rex, Gigantosaurus, and Allosaurus were at the top of the food chain. Everything else was just food.
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This is demonstrated by the five-minute prologue to the upcoming dinosaur adventure film “Jurassic World 3: A New Age” by director and screenwriter Colin Trevorrow, which was published just after the IMAX audience saw it:
And then the prologue jumps into the present: As you know, the plot of “Jurassic World 3” begins around four years after the events of “Jurassic World 2: The Fallen Kingdom”. The dinosaurs were released by Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon) at the end of the film. Apparently they have now spread to at least parts of North America; and so it is also part of the ranger’s job to keep the dangerous specimens as far away as possible from civilization. That this can’t always work can be seen in the second part of the prologue, in which a T-Rex unexpectedly shows up in a drive-in theater and causes fear and horror.
Humans and dinosaurs, it is clear, were not made to exist in the same place at the same time. One species will prevail and dominate; the inferior kind could look towards its end in this struggle for sovereignty.
Jurassic World 3: A New Age is not the end of the Jurassic franchise
At first, it seemed like “Jurassic World 3: A New Age” was the end of the “Jurassic” franchise itself. The return of the “Jurassic Park” heroes Dr. Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern) and Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum); the latter had already made a brief appearance in “Jurassic World 2”.
But with worldwide revenues of almost three billion US dollars from the previously released Jurassic World films alone, Universal would be ill advised to put the Dino series on hold again for years. And so it is not surprising that producer Frank Marshall announced in mid-2020 that a new era would begin with the end of the “Jurassic World” trilogy. Not necessarily with Chris Pratt as Owen Grady and Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing, the stars of the latest trilogy, but possibly with new characters in a completely new setting.[display-posts orderby="rand"]
With the animation series “Jurassic World: New Adventures”, a first step towards the film universe has already been taken. Even a crossover with the “Fast & Furious” series, which is also based at Universal, would be conceivable, even if it is currently more of a joke. However, fans can look forward to the 9. June 2022 be happy when “Jurassic World 3: A New Age” starts in local cinemas.
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