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Reasons Director Colin Trevorrow Reluctant to Continue ‘Jurassic World’ Trilogy

Director Colin Trevorrow is an American filmmaker best known for writing and/or directing every “Jurassic World” film in his trilogy. The “Jurassic World” series is a sequel to the “Jurassic Park” trilogy which first premiered in 1993.

The “Jurassic World” trilogy was released between 2015 and 2022. All of the films have received fairly mixed reviews, but each has been a huge success at the box office. The franchise is loved enough to attract audiences to the cinema.

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But after a long time, Trevorrow was ready to leave “Jurassic World” and hand over the baton to the next filmmaker with story ideas in that world. In an interview with Screen Rant, Trevorrow was asked what his next plans are after completing the Jurassic World trilogy.

“I’ve learned a lot every day,” he said at first. “Because I’ve been in that space on two different franchises for eight years, it seems that even films I make that aren’t about one of these are still in the shadows of the franchises I’m in.”

“(I’m ready) to tell the story in a way that doesn’t make people expect their childhood experiences to come back in the film, because I’m one of those people.” “I get it. It’s a very complicated thing to do, the way we feel when we see films like Jurassic Park when we are nine years old.”

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Trevorrow’s statement provides insight into the pressures that come with working on a pre-existing franchise. As he put it, today’s “Jurassic World Dominion” audience might only have been 9 years old when they saw “Jurassic Park”.

Now, as adult audiences, they might want “Jurassic World” to give them the same childhood experiences that made them fall in love with the franchise in the first place. Of course, this isn’t always easy because franchises now have new directors, new actors, and new writers, and the entire filmmaking process is very different from what it was almost three decades ago.

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