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    Jurassic World Dominion

    Theatrical release poster

    Directed by Colin Trevorrow

    Screenplay by Emily Carmichael Colin Trevorrow Story by Derek Connolly Colin Trevorrow Based on Characters by Michael Crichton Produced by Frank Marshall Patrick Crowley Starring Chris Pratt Bryce Dallas Howard Laura Dern Jeff Goldblum Sam Neill DeWanda Wise Mamoudou Athie BD Wong Omar Sy Campbell Scott

    Cinematography John Schwartzman

    Edited by Mark Sanger[1]

    Music by Michael Giacchino

    Production companies

    Amblin Entertainment[2]

    Perfect World Pictures[3]

    Distributed by Universal Pictures[2]

    Release dates

    May 23, 2022 (Mexico City)

    June 10, 2022 (United States)

    Running time 146 minutes[4]

    Country United States

    Language English

    Budget $185 million[5]

    Box office $453.5 million[6][7]

    is a 2022 American science fiction action film directed by Colin Trevorrow, written by Trevorrow and Emily Carmichael and based on a story by Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. It is the sequel to (2018), the sixth installment in the franchise, the final film in the trilogy, and the conclusion to the storyline started in the original trilogy. As with its predecessors, Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley produced the film with Trevorrow and (1993) director Steven Spielberg acting as executive producers.

    The film stars an ensemble cast including Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, BD Wong, Omar Sy, Isabella Sermon, Justice Smith, and Daniella Pineda reprising their roles from previous films in the franchise, and are joined by DeWanda Wise, Mamoudou Athie, Campbell Scott, Scott Haze, and Dichen Lachman. Dern, Goldblum and Neill reprise their roles from the trilogy, appearing together for the first time since the 1993 film. The film is set four years after the events of , with dinosaurs now living alongside humans around the world.

    The film was planned as early as 2014 as part of a future trilogy. Filming began in February 2020 but was suspended in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It resumed in July and concluded four months later. Filming locations included Canada, England's Pinewood Studios and the country of Malta. Unlike its two predecessors, Legendary Entertainment was not involved in the film's production as Universal ended their partnership with the company in 2019 after the expiration of their four-year deal.

    is distributed by Universal Pictures and premiered in Mexico City on May 23, 2022. It was theatrically released in the United States on June 10, 2022,[8] in IMAX,[9] 4DX,[10] RealD 3D,[11] and Dolby Cinema.[12] The film has grossed $449 million worldwide, making it the fifth highest-grossing film of 2022. The film received generally negative reviews from critics who criticized its screenplay and runtime, with many claiming the franchise had run its course.[13]


    1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3.1 Development 3.2 Pre-production 3.3 Writing 3.4 Casting 3.5 Filming

    3.5.1 COVID-19 pandemic

    3.6 Creatures on screen

    3.7 Post-production 3.8 Music 4 Marketing 5 Release 6 Reception 6.1 Box office

    6.2 Critical response

    7 Future 8 Notes 9 References 10 External links


    Four years after the cataclysmic volcanic eruption on Isla Nublar and the Lockwood Estate incident,[a] de-extinct dinosaurs freely roam the earth. Claire Dearing, former operations manager of Jurassic World, still works for the Dinosaur Protection Group. She and Owen Grady live in a remote cabin in the Sierra Nevada mountains, secretly caring for Maisie Lockwood, Benjamin Lockwood's cloned granddaughter. Owen's trained Blue, unexpectedly arrives with an asexually reproduced offspring which Maisie names Beta.

    Biosyn Genetics conducts genomics research on dinosaurs, ostensibly seeking groundbreaking medicines and agronomic applications. Unbeknownst to Claire and Owen, Biosyn wants to study Maisie's DNA for nefarious agendas. When Maisie, frustrated with living in seclusion, sneaks away, Biosyn operatives kidnap her and Beta. Elsewhere, swarms of formerly extinct giant locusts have inexplicably reappeared, threatening the global food supply. Paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler observes that the locusts avoid eating crops grown with Biosyn seed, leading her to suspect that Biosyn created them. Believing the locust's DNA dates to the Cretaceous period, Ellie approaches former partner and paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant, who agrees to help investigate Biosyn.

    With assistance from CIA contacts, Claire and Owen track Maisie and Beta to Malta where they infiltrate a dinosaur black market. When authorities raid the market, dinosaurs are unintentionally released, causing havoc. A Biosyn employee informs Claire and Owen that Maisie and Beta are being transported to Biosyn's secluded headquarters and dinosaur valley in Italy's Dolomites mountain range. Kayla Watts, a sympathetic cargo pilot, offers to fly Owen and Claire there.

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    Is Jurassic World: Dominion The Last One?

    Jurassic World Dominion is being billed as the conclusion to the Jurassic era - but will it really be the end of the Jurassic Park franchise?

    Is Jurassic World: Dominion The Last One?

    Jurassic World Dominion is being billed as the conclusion to the Jurassic era - but will it really be the end of the Jurassic Park franchise?

    BY NIALL GRAY UPDATED 2 DAYS AGO @[email protected]#=img=#

    Warning! Spoilers for Jurassic World: Dominion ahead

    Promotional material for Jurassic World Dominion bills the film as "the epic conclusion of the Jurassic era" – but will it really be the last Jurassic Park movie? The sixth film in the franchise, and the third in the Jurassic World revival, Jurassic World Dominion continued the proliferation of dinosaurs into the wider world that started in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, with a four-year time jump between the movies. Dominion's plot explores how humans and dinosaurs attempt to coexist, and reaching a state of harmonious living between the two distinct species proves to be an uphill battle.

    Dominion's dinosaurs are bad for the planet, but by the end of the movie, fragile stability appears to have been reached. Dinosaurs and contemporary wildlife adapting to each other's presence, and the UN creates a designated dino sanctuary. However, since the promo for Dominion billed it as a "conclusion," many fans worried it could spell the end of the Jurassic Park franchise as a whole, and not just the Jurassic World trilogy. Starting way back in 1993 with Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park, the six Jurassic movies have spanned almost three decades so far. After 2015's Jurassic World reignited the franchise with a new cast, it seemed that the iconic T-Rex skull from Jurassic Park logo would be an icon of cinema for generations to come.


    Jurassic World Dominion: Why Dinosaurs Are Out In The Real World

    With Jurassic World: Dominion being marketed as the conclusion to the franchise, many are wondering whether or not it will truly be the end. Jurassic Park and Jurassic World come under the same umbrella, but they are separate. Is Dominion the end of only the World chapter of movies based on Michael Crichton's novels, or the last Jurassic X cinematic outing ever? With dinosaurs free among the wider world, there may well be more stories to tell, and there's no denying Jurassic World's box office appeal, so the idea of further sequels shouldn't be so quickly dismissed. After all, while the Jurassic Park franchise has its problems, it's perhaps too popular to ever truly die.

    If Jurassic World: Dominion Makes Money, There May Be More Sequels

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    In this age of seemingly endless reboots and cinematic franchises, it's hard to envision Jurassic World: Dominion being the very last entry into the franchise. It certainly won't be easy for humans to maintain the fragile new global ecosystem still in place at the end of Dominion. Continuing with a new story set in the Jurassic Park universe wouldn't be difficult from a narrative perspective. After all, that's the exact avenue they went down when Jurassic World (2015) wasn't released as Jurassic Park 4.

    There's certainly the possibility that Dominion will be the franchise's end - of sorts, at least. With Jurassic World Dominion using Spielberg's best sequel idea, this iteration of the franchise could actually be the end, and Jurassic Park will later be rebooted. It would be a way of putting the metaphorical dinosaur-shaped cork back in the bottle and remaking Spielberg's 1993 classic all at once, and that's surely something that's occurred to those with an eye for the franchise's future.

    Exactly how and when Jurassic Park will live on after Jurassic World: Dominion isn't yet clear. The film received less-than-favorable reviews from critics, but performed healthily on its opening weekend, netting over $143 million at the domestic box office. It's almost unthinkable that Hollywood would simply retire such an iconic (and profitable) franchise. The best odds would be on Jurassic World Dominion not being the end for the Jurassic Park franchise. Just like its dinosaurs, life will surely find a way.


    Dominion Rescues John Hammond's Legacy From Jurassic World's Failures

    The Jurassic World Saga Shouldn't Return

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    Regardless of what shape the future of the Jurassic Park franchise takes, many are hoping it isn't Jurassic World 4. Despite the pull of the franchise almost guaranteeing a respectable theatrical run, many fans and critics alike have been vocal about their dissatisfaction with Jurassic World: Dominion. While the premise is certainly strong, the execution was, by most accounts, incredibly lacking. There was little emotional pay-off or resolution for many character arcs – a glaring flaw in a feature with an ensemble cast, many of whom have had story arcs awaiting a satisfying resolution since 1993.

    Dominion also fell into a trap set by the franchise in the original Jurassic World: too much focus on the dinosaur cloning science, too little on dinosaurs doing what dinosaurs do. After the hybrid dinosaurs introduced in Jurassic World and Fallen Kingdom weren't received as positively as expected, Colin Trevorrow aimed to move Dominion in a different direction. However, Dominion was still a source of disappointment for many. While there were no controversial hybrid dinosaurs in Jurassic World: Dominion, way too much screen time was given to the convoluted Blue/Beta cloning arc and Biosyn's locusts. Fringe science was a feature of the original Jurassic Park, but it was a narrative catalyst, not the focus – something the Jurassic World trilogy seemed to forget.

    Source : screenrant.com

    Will there be a Jurassic World 4 or is Dominion the last movie?

    Jurassic World Dominion has roared on to screens but fans are turning their attention to the future and whether there will be a Jurassic World 4.




    Paul Fogarty

    With the release of Jurassic World Dominion, six films now make up the dinosaur franchise that began with Jurassic Park in 1993.

    The latest instalment fully leans into the nostalgia of the series by bringing back the original cast and, while it may be a crowd-pleasing move, critics have still given a mixed reaction to the film.

    Naturally, this has led to fans of the dinosaur saga turning their attention to what may be coming next in the film series and whether or not there will be a Jurassic World 4 or if Dominion will serve as the final movie.

    FILMING LOCATIONS: Where was Jurassic World Dominion filmed?


    Jurassic World Dominion | Official Trailer

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    After several lengthy delays, Jurassic World Dominion finally stomps on to cinema screens in the US and UK on Friday, June 10th, 2022.

    Set four years after the events of Fallen Kingdom and the destruction of Isla Nublar, Dominion finds humanity living alongside dinosaurs in a truly Jurassic world.

    The fragile balance is threatened, however, when the shady dealings of company Biosyn comes to the attention of Owen, Claire and returning Jurassic Park veterans Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler and Ian Malcolm.

    Universal Studios | Amblin Entertainment


    No, there will not be a Jurassic World 4. Producer Frank Marshall confirmed Dominion would be the final film in the Jurassic World trilogy while speaking to SlashFilm.

    However, in the same interview Marshall teased filmmakers aren’t ready to call the franchise extinct just yet. The trilogy may be over but something else based on all things dinosaur could yet be conceived.

    “I think Dominion’s going to wrap up this trilogy,” he said. “But we’re not resting on our laurels.”

    “We’re going to sit down, and we’re going to see what the future is,” the producer continued. “We obviously want to make quality, good movies with great storytelling, great writers and directors, but we’re definitely looking to do more in the Jurassic world.”

    The interview with Frank Marshall is from January 2022. Whether or not the reaction to Jurassic World Dominion now it has been released will change the producer’s plans remains to be seen.

    Universal Studios | Amblin Entertainment


    Following the release of Jurassic World Dominion, fan reactions continue to pour in with many discussing whether the franchise should end.

    One fan on Twitter wrote: “I need Jurassic World 4. I’m gonna miss Claire and Owen so much.”

    Another added: “Jurassic World Dominion was the perfect end to the franchise. Someone will revive it again probably but I’d be content if this was it.”

    This eager fan is hungry for more: “Jurassic World has been a solid trilogy and each holds their own in the Jurassic franchise. Please don’t let this series end and make more!”

    Another fan thinks Universal may look to continue the franchise: “Just saw Jurassic World Dominion, it was a pretty good movie but it wasn’t the epic conclusion I expected. I can see how Universal isn’t ready to end the franchise yet.”

    “There’s so much about this franchise I love, and a lot of it came together here. I know this is supposedly the end of this storyline, but I doubt it’s the end of the Jurassic world,” commented this fan.

    This fan said: “Just watched Jurassic World 3 and I got to say, as a super fan of the franchise, this movie was great. This movie hit me in the feels. But I hope this is truly the end. And if it’s not the end I will continue to watch until the day I die.”

    And finally, this fan used the trending DALL-E mini-website to create their ideal Jurassic World 4:

    jurassic world 4 idea pic.twitter.com/LELTuq5emZ

    — Jared Gilman (@realJaredGilman) June 8, 2022

    Jurassic World Dominion roars into cinemas on Friday, June 10th, 2022.

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