Chris Pratt says Jurassic World 3 movies will continue very shortly. After starting in Parks and Recreation as lovely Goofball, Andy Dwyer, Pratt made his back-to-back leap to blockbusters in 2014’s Guardians of the Galaxy and 2015’s Jurassic World. As the Jurassic Park trilogy ended in half, the latter film was hit by a massive box office, which amounted to $1.67 billion. Three years later, for a sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, Pratt resumed his role as Velociraptor handler and trainer in the Jurassic World theme park.
The Fallen Kingdom
Although not as good, The Fallen Kingdom still earned $1.3 billion, more than enough to convince Universal to become a green light Jurassic World 3 shortly afterward. With the release date of June 2021 coming next year, Colin Trevorrow, who produced the first Jurassic World before only co-writing and producing the Fallen Kingdom, is expected to begin production very soon. According to Pratt, it could be “really soon” nearly any day now.
Jimmy Kimmel Live
During a stop on Jimmy Kimmel Live to support Pixar’s animated movie Onward, Pratt reveals that work on Jurassic World 3 begins “Quite shortly. I’m in it.”
Cast Of The Jurrasic World 3
Bryce Dallas Howard, the former Jurassic World operating manager and co-protagonist, as well as Fallen Kingdom members Justice Smith and Daniella Pineda, join Pratt and others in the Jurassic World 3. BD Wong also serves as an overarching villain in Jurassic World films–Dr. Henry Wu–who is joined by series newcomers Mamoudou Athie and DeWanda Wise. Naturally, Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum and Laura Dern are all returning to their iconic role as Jurassic Park in the latest sequence of the Jurassic World. This is especially exciting, following Dern’s Oscar Marriage Story victory last weekend.
As it happens, Trevorrow has recently also been on a hot streak. His short Jurassic World, Battle on Big Rock, was well over September, and he was late earning additional acclaim for the leaked written and conceptual art for his scrapped Star Wars 9 script, Duel of the Fates. Most critics, as well as fans, were so misled at the direction of films in Jurassic World, accusing Trevorrow of mere recycling concepts and storylines from movies from the Jurassic Park, and trying to overcome nostalgia.