Jurassic World 4 (2025): Is It a Reboot? Will Chris Pratt Return?

With Jurassic World 4 being announced for 2025, franchise fans want to know if it’ll be a reboot. Will the movie start things from scratch or continue the story after Jurassic World: Dominion? Is Chris Pratt set to return? Here’s everything you need to know.

Will Jurassic World 4 reboot the franchise in 2025?

No, Jurassic World 4 will not be a complete reboot. It will be set in the same universe but will start a “new Jurassic era.”

Similar to how Jurassic World relaunched the franchise after three Jurassic Park movies, the next entry is sent to relaunch the franchise with an “all-new storyline”. THR reported that original Jurassic Park writer David Koepp is back to pen the script, which is already far along in the process.

The three Jurassic World movies showed dinosaurs interacting more with the human world. But they never fully dug into the idea of humans and dinosaurs coexisting in the same ecosystem. So, that’s what the upcoming story could explore, the true meaning of “Jurassic World.” Since cloning is a major plot point in the franchise, further experimentation in that field, and even the mixing of human and dinosaur DNA, could be seen. But it seems unlikely that another dinosaur park would be opened in the next film.

Will Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return in Jurassic World 4?

With Jurassic World 4 launching a new story, it’ll likely add different leading characters played by new actors. But Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard could either cameo in it or return in a future crossover event.

THR mentioned that Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s Owen Grady and Claire Dearing may not be back. Instead, we might see fresh new faces playing the human leads. Since Universal is actually considering a 2025 release, the cast of Jurassic World 4 might come together and be announced very soon.

Meanwhile, Chris Pratt would be busy with future projects including The Terminal List: Dark Wolf, The Terminal List Season 2, The Super Mario Bros. Movie 2, Avengers 5, and a few others. So, his schedule may not allow him to return for Jurassic World 4 either.

But he can team up with the new leading cast in future Jurassic events, similar to how the original Jurassic Park characters teamed up with Owen, Claire, and Maisie in Jurassic World: Dominion. It’ll be interesting to see how the franchise takes a new direction while still keeping an eye on continuity.

For more updates, find out whether The Rock will return to DC.


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