The biggest mistake in the Jurassic saga will be fixed in Jurassic World 3, the end of the current trilogy of the Universal franchise.
Jurassic World 3 is laying the groundwork for introducing a bunch of new dinosaurs to the Jurassic franchise. At the same time, the end of the trilogy will correct some of the biggest mistakes in the saga. Above all, the one that has to do with the use of hybrid dinosaurs. The first trailers for the film have raised a lot of anticipation. Staying away from these strange and extravagant hybrid creations, give Jurassic World 3 the opportunity to go back to basics and correct that ridiculous tendency of the two recent installments of the Jurassic universe.
When the first hybrid dinosaur made its debut in 2015, the concept got a rather curious reception. While there were some things that didn’t work out, viewers felt that using genetics to modify a dinosaur made sense for the franchise. However, after the appearance of indominus rexthe hybrid concept lost its strength and does not look like it will be used in Jurassic World 3.
The sequel, however, did. The introduction of the grotesque Indoraptor generated in the public the feeling that the saga had run out of ideas. That I was recycling concepts. It also didn’t help that the best hybrid dinosaur came out of Camp Cretaceousthe spin-off of Netflix who introduced a twisted Scorpio Rex. Be that as it may, if another hybrid had appeared in Jurassic World 3… the public would definitely have thrown in the towel.
The “real” dinosaurs have always been the best of the saga
While hybrid dinosaurs were ingenious in their day, they can’t compare to having a “real” dinosaur. What has made this saga so long is that your favorite dinosaurs come to life on the big screen. Nothing like that legendary battle against the t-rex in the original film, with the rain falling under the darkness. That is what Jurassic World 3 is bringing back. The promise to return to the origins, to the classic. At least, that’s what they maintain since ScreenRant.
This saga may be sci-fi, but it’s rooted in an (almost) realistic foundation. Part of what he originally convinced was the feeling that what they were doing John Hammond and your company InGen it seemed possible. That possibility disappeared completely with the genetic modifications and alterations. By removing this item Jurassic World 3 can get much more excitement among the audience. In a way, it’s bringing them back to the first film in the saga. And in the process you can honor the real