A Surprise New Jurassic World Movie Has Brought Back Legacy Talent, Because Life Finds A Way

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“Life finds a way.” It’s a statement that’s guided fans of the Jurassic universe for a little over three decades now. With the arrival of the wide open ending to Jurassic World Dominion, the 2022 trilogy ender had everyone wondering what would come next. Well, that news is apparently in the wild now, as a surprise sequel to one of the best sci-fi movie franchises has been announced. 

What’s more, legacy writing talent and a surprising potential release date are both stoking the fires as well. Freshly reported by THR, it appears that writer David Koepp has been working on a Jurassic World follow-up. What’s more, the scribe behind both Jurassic Park and The Lost World has apparently been at this task for long enough that this report has mentioned a 2025 release date as a hinted possibility. 

I don’t know about you, but that seems rather promising, especially almost two years since we last saw these big screen dinos in action. 

At the time of publication, you can find the Jurassic Park trilogy streaming with the use of a Netflix subscription. Which also happens to be the way to enjoy Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous, as well as this year’s anticipated animated follow-up Jurassic World: Chaos Theory.

More to come…

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