Chris Pratt Claims Jurassic World 3 is the 'Avengers: Endgame' of the Franchise

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The Jurassic World franchise is an interesting one, to say the least. Of all the classic revivals that no one expected to be a success, Jurassic World blew away expectations by being a huge moneymaker, even if the movies are, let's be honest here, just alright. Sure, they have great special and practical effects but none of them have captured the magic of Jurassic Park, despite constant references to the classic film.

Anyway, Jurassic World 3, the name we'll be calling this movie until an official title is released, will be the most nostalgic of this trilogy, not only bringing back Jeff Goldblum but also Sam Neil and Laura Dern. We haven't seen all three characters together since the original Jurassic Park since Goldblum was the solo lead in The Lost World, while Neil and Dern appeared in Jurassic Park 3.

Chris Pratt, the lead star of this franchise, has been in hype mode for this movie as the star is claiming that this will be the Avengers: Endgame of the franchise. I doubt we'll see a dinosaur equivalent to Thanos but this probably means we'll get a nice balance of nostalgia and really neat action.

Here's what Pratt had to say about the movie in Ellen:

This feels like it. I'm not allowed to say anything… It's got everybody. It's got pretty much everybody in it. Maybe I just blew it, but I don't care. But I know that all the cast from the original Jurassic Park is coming back. And so it's going to feel very much how Endgame brought everything together.

We all knew Jurassic World 3 would be a nostalgia-fest, especially after the first two movies but knowing that the original cats from Jurassic Park does make it feel more special. This will be something fans can appreciate, though that probably means we won't be getting much of a plot here.

Jurassic World 3 is currently scheduled for a June 11, 2021 release.

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