Jurassic World Movies Almost Had Very Different Titles

Jurassic World Dominion director Colin Trevorrow has revealed that the series almost had different titles before he settled on the final choices. Trevorrow returns to direct the third film in the trilogy after reanimating the franchise for the big screen in 2015’s
Jurassic World. New release 
Jurassic World Dominion stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, and DeWanda Wise, with Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum reprising their
Jurassic Park roles.,Picking up over a decade since the last installment in the
Jurassic Park trilogy released in theaters, Trevorrow’s
Jurassic World series has taken the concept of a dinosaur theme park and expanded upon it in new ways. 2018’s 
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom raised the stakes by letting dinosaurs loose in the human world, thus setting the stage for a third movie where prehistoric creatures truly roam the earth. 
Jurassic World Dominion explores these global ramifications and brings the franchise to a head. And ahead of the third installment’s release, the director has revealed how the films’ titles almost reflected their individual premises.,Related: Jurassic World Dominion: How The Dinosaurs Are Reproducing,When speaking to
Collider as part of an interview about 
Dominion, Trevorrow reveals that he had hoped to change the title of each 
Jurassic World movie, with the director originally considering far simpler names. Trevorrow envisioned them for one key reason, but as he explains, he is perfectly fine with the finished titles. Check out the director’s full response below.,Trevorrow’s reasoning behind giving each 
Jurassic World movie its own unique title makes sense, and even represents something of an anomaly in today’s age of franchises. With every saga aiming to connect one movie to the next, Trevorrow’s wish to let each installment be a standalone is commendable. However, considering the end of 
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom acted as a stepping stone for 
Dominion, one could say the trilogy did not end up being as separate as Trevorrow might have envisioned. Nevertheless, his original titles were rather compelling.,With the franchise’s highest stakes to date, 
Jurassic World Dominion promises to be a monumental film within the entire 
Jurassic Park series. Trevorrow envisioned the film to be a conclusion to the franchise, a sentiment many involved with
Dominion have echoed. Still, there could be more
Jurassic movies down the line, and only time will tell what kind of titles they will have. While Trevorrow’s original
Jurassic World title ideas were scrapped, the idea behind them can still be found within the final products, as each name perfectly reflects and summarizes the key events of each film. As for what that means for 
Jurassic World Dominion
though, audiences will soon find out for themselves.,Next: Don’t Worry, Jurassic World Dominion Can’t Do What It’s Threatening,Source: Collider