Grab your jeep ready and your animatronic dinosaurs, because director Collin Trevorrow went to his Twitter today that Jurassic World 3: started principal production, and he also slyly revealed that the sixth film in the “Jurassic” franchise has a new title: Jurassic World: Domino. The new title — which appears on the slate for the film in Trevorrow’s tweet — evokes the Biblical passage about God giving humanity dominion over the earth, a nod to the fact that “Dominion” is expected to depict the aftermath from 2018’s “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” when dinosaurs escaped captivity and into the rest of the world.
Trevorrow is returning to the director’s chair for “Dominion” after J.A. Bayona helmed “Fallen Kingdom.” He also wrote the script with Emily Carmichael (“Pacific Rim: Uprising”).
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are returning, and Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill are reprising their roles from the original “Jurassic Park.”
Universal has set a June 21, 2021 release date.
All though I didn’t care for the last film you can’t deny the fact that it made money at the box office and they want to capitalize on their franchise. But I would love to see a shared universe with the PlayStation hit game from the 90s Dino Crisis since this franchise is starting to get ridiculous￼.