Jurassic World 3: What The Dominion Title Means For The Movie

The third and final installment in the Jurassic World trilogy was officially given a new title, Jurassic World: Dominion. The announcement came from director Colin Trevorrow, who is returning to the dinosaur franchise after previously taking the helm of 2015's Jurassic World and writing the script for its sequel, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. The latest trilogy revived the Jurassic Park film series which first launched in 1993. Here's what the title means and what it could be hinting at in the franchise's final chapter.

Whereas the original Jurassic Park trilogy introduced the idea of what would happen if dinosaurs could be embedded back into the world as a source of entertainment, Jurassic World took it to another level. The more recent films brought back the theme park idea and what could happen if dinosaurs and their genetic make-ups could get into the hands of the wrong people. By the end of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, many dinosaur species were released into the wild, indicating that humans must learn to coexist.

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Plans for Jurassic World 3 were announced before Fallen Kingdom was released in June 2018. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are reprising their roles and will be joined by original Jurassic Park stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum. The upcoming film will reportedly focus on the widespread consequences of the freed dinosaurs from the previous installment. Since technology had advanced, there are more people capable of genetically engineering new species. The subtitle, Dominion, is extremely telling in that the term means "sovereignty or control," and that could be a major indicator of the plot.

The real question surrounding Jurassic World: Dominion is who has the control in the new-look world: the humans or the dinosaurs? Those opposed to the idea of dinosaurs being brought back, like the case with Dr. Ian Malcolm, have worried that there will be detrimental effects on the fate of the world. The franchise has made it quite clear that humans aren't capable of controlling dinosaurs, especially in captivity. It's possible that the dinosaurs have turned the table and have dominion over humans, proving that people like Ian were right all along.

The Jurassic World: Dominion subtitle could also be derived from the biblical sense of the term. The word is present in the Bible when it was stated that God granted people dominion over animals. The upcoming movie could show how humans try to retake control over their planet after dinosaurs were let loose by their own mistakes. Owen and Claire might seek help from former experts such as Dr. Alan Grant and Dr. Ellie Sattler, along with Ian. The subtitle also ties in with Ian's "God creates dinosaurs" quote from the first Jurassic Park movie, bringing the notion of control to a full circle.

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