‘Jurassic World 3’ is on the way – release date, casting news, trailer, and everything we know so far

The third film in the series is in the works

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom might not even be out yet (it arrives in cinemas on June 7), but the producers behind the hugely successful dinosaur adventure franchise have already confirmed a third movie to follow it in the coming years. That news leaves us with a ton of burning questions, like who will star in it, and when can we see it? Scroll down for everything we know so far about Jurassic World 3.

When is Jurassic World 3 released?

You’re going to have to wait a while. The third movie in the series won’t be out until June 11, 2021. Mark those calendars!

Has production begun on Jurassic World 3?

There has been no official word that production has started at present.

What will happen in Jurassic World 3?

The plot is strictly under wraps right now. The film is in its very early stages, and, with so long until it’s released, the studio will be keen not to spoil the premise of the story for fans just yet.

Have we seen a trailer yet?

No, it’s far too early for that, we’re afraid.

Who’s going to be in Jurassic World 3?

No one has been confirmed at present, and whether the likes of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return for the third movie will likely depend on what happens in Fallen Kingdom.

Who else is working on Jurassic World 3?

The film will introduce a new writer to the franchise in Emily Carmichael, who is behind the forthcoming Pacific Rim Uprising, and previously worked on Disney’s The Black Hole, and action-adventure movie Powerhouse. She will co-write with Colin Trevorrow, who co-wrote Fallen Kingdom and directed the first 2015 reboot in the series.

The Hollywood Reporter quotes Trevorrow as saying: “It’s important to this franchise that we welcome new creative voices to keep our storytelling fresh and alive. I’m thrilled with the tension and beauty J.A. [Bayona, director] has brought to Fallen Kingdom, and I know Emily will add another layer of emotion to the concluding chapter of our trilogy.”

Frank Marshall and Pat Crowley have also been confirmed as producers, while Steven Spielberg will serve as executive producer alongside Trevorrow.