Jurassic World Dominion, directed by Colin Trevorrow, was released in theatres worldwide on June 10. It is the third installment in the Jurassic World series and the sixth film in the Jurassic Park franchise. The film, set three years after the first, had Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum reprise their roles from the first Jurassic Park film. Dominion is looming large in the domestic box office receipts, and it has fetched significant sums from around the world.
As the name indicates, Jurassic World Dominion attempts to encompass a large amount of land and water to take us on an exciting adventure four years after Isla Nublar is destroyed (Jurassic World 2015). The film takes us on an action-packed journey after a research experiment goes awry, from the Bering Sea in eastern Alaska to the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Spain, Utah in America, Malta in Europe, and Italy.
It reveals humanity’s desire to control everything since there is now an underground ring that owns and trains dinosaurs for profit due to earlier scientists’ failure to control dinosaurs in a synthetic ecosystem. As dinosaurs coexist with humans in a concrete jungle, experienced Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) embark on the challenge of saving them.
While the film has some terrific action-packed sequences, including the obligatory helicopter crash, the picture falls flat due to its quick pace. Too many story aspects, to say the least, make it messy. Nostalgia rescues the franchise from obscurity, but the world has had enough dinosaur-versus-man clashes. The film’s main point — is coexistence. Let us rest on it.
Does Jurassic World Dominion Have Post-Credit Scenes?
“Jurassic World Dominion” is now in cinemas, and those planning to watch the blockbuster sequel may be asking one thing in particular: is there a post-credits scene?
It’s a reasonable question. The most recent “Jurassic” film, “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” contained a brief post-credits sequence at the conclusion that hinted at what “Dominion” will be about. Following the release of the dinosaurs from the film’s centerpiece house, we saw a dino staring over a wide suburban community, foreshadowing the impending infestation.
So, what happens after the credits of “Jurassic World Dominion”? There isn’t any. When the film ends, it ends. So, while you may watch the credits to see the many people who worked hard to make the picture (and revel in Michael Giacchino’s soundtrack), there is no credits scene.
The End Of The Jurassic World Series (For Now)
Jurassic World Dominion isn’t simply the conclusion of two storylines; it’s also the end of the Jurassic series. The film billed as the “end of the Jurassic period,” is intended to lay the series to rest for a while. That’s why there’s no post-credits sequence, as it would imply more plot is on the way.
However, money speaks, and life finds a way. Given the intervals between The Lost World: Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park III, as well as that film and the first Jurassic World, it’s not like the Jurassic franchise is notorious for being extinct. There will certainly be sequels to the film, albeit they will most likely have an entirely different cast. To offer the idea of finality, Jurassic World Dominion is the end, serving as a chance for fans to say farewell.
Box Office Collection Till Now
Jurassic World Dominion received positive feedback from both fans and critics. It’s also performing well at the box office. In the United States and Canada, the picture has even outperformed its predecessor, Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom.
According to Deadline, Jurassic World Dominion grossed $59.55 million in the United States and Canada. The total includes $18 million from previews. It outperformed the Fallen Kingdom, which debuted at $58.5 million on day one. In terms of worldwide sales, the picture has grossed $135 million. The final amount worldwide is currently $194.55 million.
According to a recent article in Box Office India, “The picture could do well this weekend as family audiences go to see it. The opening day figure is comparable to the 2015 film in the franchise, which is the largest one in India to date, although that picture lasted very well.”