The follow up to 2015’s Jurassic World hits UK cinemas today for another bout of dinosaur mayhem.
Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return after the previous film’s billion dollar box office success in a sequel subtitled Fallen Kingdom.
Now the Jurassic Park franchise may be owned by Universal Pictures, but have they started following Disney’s MCU in terms of end credit scenes?
The answer is yes, but it’s not nearly as exciting.
WARNING SPOILERS FOR JURASSIC WORLD FALLEN KINGDOM AHEAD
There was one end credits scene in this disappointing new dinosaur movie, but right at the very end.
The brief clip showed a couple of pterodactyls flying around what appears to be the top of a lighthouse.
But as the camera zooms out it becomes evident it’s actually the Eiffel Tower.
Have the escaped prehistoric creatures managed to fly all the way to France?
No not quite, because when the shot backs out even further it becomes evident it’s the other Eiffel Tower.
You know, the half scale one on the strip at Paris Las Vegas, Nevada.
So what does this mean for Jurassic World 3?
Well at the end of the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom, Claire and Owen had decided to free the dinosaurs imprisoned at Lockwood’s mansion.
The result? What Jeff Goldblum’s Dr Ian Malcolm calls a new era. Summed up in proper cheesy fashion as “a Jurassic World.”
Colin Trevorrow, the director of the first film in the rebooted trilogy, is helming the third film which will explore this serious reinterpretation of the Flintstones, in which dinosaurs and humans have to learn to co-exist peacefully.
Jurassic World 3 hits cinemas on June 11, 2021.