The wait is (almost)over—Co-writer and director Colin Trevorrow sent Twitterati into a tizzy as soon as he made the big reveal. “Jurassic World 3” is titled “Jurassic World: Dominion.” And will see Trevorrow helm the project.

Trevorrow’s tweet comprised of a photo of the slate barring the movie’s title. The post also gave enough juice into what could be expected: “The Dominion” logo and lettering were fashioned like the first “Jurassic Park”, took a detour from the usual blue-grey scheme of the previous “Jurassic World” films. Speculations are rife that the similarities came with an underlying message: Chances are, this movie is a conclusion to the larger “Jurassic” saga and not merely the sequel trilogy.

Aside from officially announcing the title, not much has been divulged about the forthcoming flick. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will reprise their roles from the previous two “Jurassic World” movies opposite the original “Jurassic Park” star Sam Niell, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum.

Going by the title, it’s certain that the makers don’t want to mount mammoth mystery—it’s a clear cut reference to the narrative: Humans battling dinosaurs for dominion over the earth. But, critics speculate things won’t be that mighty a feat for humans as the number of dinosaurs that have survived is minuscule in comparison to the human race.

There’s quite a lot of expectations from this movie, more so because of its potential to take the franchise globally for the first time. And, that’s not all—characters like Dr. Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler will get back in action marking their comeback after they were last seen in 2001’s Jurassic Park III.

With fans anticipating the release of this exciting “science thriller” –quite like how Trevorrow puts it— it wouldn’t be unfair to expect a neat finish to the six-film “Jurassic Park” saga. What needs to be noted is that the last two “Jurassic World” movies met with mixed responses as the audiences felt a lot of references were drawn from the first “Jurassic Park”, so makers might have to work doubly hard to not repeat the same or prompt people to give out similar reviews again.

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