It’s not yet for certain whether Jurassic World’s sequel will be called Jurassic World 2, but it’s definitely on the way.
A notable scene in the last successful Jurassic World film was the sequence showing Dr. Wu leaving Isla Nublar on a helicopter with some unhatched dinosaur embryo in airtight containers. It’s a tiny scene which was briefly touched as people were caught in the action of warding off the crazy genetically modified dinosaurs and evacuating to safety.
After many fans aired their speculations, it was confirmed by co-writer and director Colin Trevorrow that this bit of open ending was intended to plant the seed for a sequel, according to Cinema Blend.
“I feel like that was something that we did in terms of plot that opens up a potential sequel, but I think there’s things that we did in terms of theme that might be more viable,” said Trevorrow.
At this point, it’s safe to say that Dr. Wu holds the key to the sequel’s plot, and it may or may not be in Isla Nublar.
Trevorrow expressed his willingness to work on future installments of the film in the same interview with Cinema Blend. And while fans wait for more details about this fifth installment of Jurassic Park and sequel to Jurassic World, it continues to rake in support globally.
The Collider reported of a $208.8 weekend record in the U.S. alone. As of the time of posting, it’s second in rank to Inside Out at more than $325 million in sales. Globally, the total has already past the $500 million mark according to Entertainment Online.
Some opinions from new sites such as The Guardian believe that movies like Jurassic World are evolutionary leaps in favor of listening to animal rights. The massive support from viewers worldwide were a surprise even for the lead actors such as Chris Pratt.
“We are incredibly blessed and overcome with joy at the outcome of the movie and couldn’t be more appreciative for the amazing support you’ve shown so far. This is bigger than all of us. Thank you, thank you, thank you!” says Pratt to Entertainment Online.