‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom: Let’s Talk about that Bonkers Ending

Collider | 6/21/2018 | Matt Goldberg
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Spoilers ahead for Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

The existence of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom seems to be to set up Jurassic World 3. The entire movie is mostly just characters running around, first on an volcanic island and then in a mansion, and then you get to the climax of the film. All the dinosaurs, who have been caged in the same room and are now struggling to get free after a poison gas has been released into that room, are about to die. There’s a big red button that will release all of the dinosaurs to the outside. After Claire reluctantly decides not to push the button, Maisie, who discovered she was a clone like the dinosaurs, pushes the button, arguing, “They’re just like me,” (because I guess Maisie would also destroy the worldwide ecosystem if she were let outside). The dinosaurs escape, kill Eli Mills on their way, and then dinosaurs are in the wild. We are moving to a literal Jurassic World.

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The big climax, which the post-credits scene hammers home as we see dinosaurs flying around Las Vegas, is the concluding chapter of this trilogy, which Colin Trevorrow is set to direct, is that we now have to reckon with dinosaurs outside of a park and in the real world. We got a glimpse of that in The Lost World: Jurassic Park when a T-Rex ran wild in San Diego, but presumably Jurassic World 3 would seriously up the stakes...
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