KEY POINTS

  • "Jurassic World 3" may be the last film
  • Chris Pratt teased some details in a recent interview
  • Veteran actors from first film will be back to make the film special

“Jurassic World 3” may be the ending to the story that started in 2015. In a recent interview, cast member Chris Pratt, who is reprising his role as Owen Grady, teased some details about the upcoming film and said how it feels like this will be the ending.

Pratt was a guest on “The Ellen Show” recently where he talked about his upcoming film. When asked if this will be the ending, the actor said that it feels like it is. He compared the dinosaur movie to his other film “Avengers: Endgame,” which marked the end of the storylines for many of the characters before starting a new phase of films with other superheroes.

In order to make the next film special, director Colin Trevorrow has brought together all the main cast members from the original movie like Laura Dern, Sam Neil, and Jeff Goldblum. Pratt said that this is just like how “Endgame” brought together all the different characters.

Pratt teased that the script is “unbelievable,” and he will apparently be shooting for a long time. The actor revealed that he will be filming “Jurassic World 3” until July, and he will be travelling “all over the world” to film the scenes, and the actor promised that it is going to be “big.”

Apart from the veteran actors and the returning actors, there will also be a few newcomers in the film. “Venom” star Scott Haze has joined in an undisclosed role, Deadline reported. More details about the cast and characters should be released in the coming months.

Pratt said that he will start filming soon, and this is in line with Trevorrow teasing on Twitter that he is ready to start production. The director has been teasing the preproduction work with the animatronics work for the past few months.

“Jurassic World 3” will be released on June 11, 2021.

jurassic world Chris Pratt as Owen and Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire in a scene from “Jurassic World.”  Photo: Facebook/Jurassic Park