It was co-writer and director Colin Trevorrow who first hinted that next month jurassic world domain it would mark the end of the franchise, and would be a fitting place for the hit series to retire.
We’ve put out two trilogies of the concept ranging from classic to regular, with the sixth and potentially final installment uniting the Park Y World crews for a stellar epic that’s ideally placed to tie a neat noose around the ongoing adventures of the dinosaurs trying to reclaim their place at the top of the food chain.
Of course, the billions of dollars the movies generate would make Universal wary of giving up such a lucrative revenue stream, and now the stars can’t even make up their minds for themselves. Having previously referred Domain like the end of the road, Chris Pratt ended up going back on his own words during an interview with ComicBook.
“I mean, I guess probably…possibly? You would want to leave it open to that possibility. Look… There’s not a lot of compensation for this kind of thing. I think maybe Avengers: Infinity War Y End of the game it’s a similar compilation because you have whatever it was… 10 years, 20-something movies. All of these characters had their own stories, their own trilogies, coming together. And you say, ‘This is crazy. You have seen these worlds collide. It feels the same way.
Do you have the Jurassic Park trilogy. Do you have the jurassic world trilogy, and it’s this great epic conclusion. Now at the end of Avengers… They continued to make these Marvel movies, but that feels like a phase that’s over. It’s gone into a new phase, you know? And of course, Marvel continues to do great things. I feel like it seems, it makes sense that Jurassic I would continue to tell great stories, but I think Iron Man is gone.” Pratt joked, “And I guess I would be the Hulk. Maybe.”
This is not the first time Pratt has compared jurassic world domain for avengers endgame, so perhaps we’re entering a new phase of prehistoric shenanigans. Or maybe it really is the end. After all, if you’re not sure, how the hell are we supposed to know?