After the cameo we saw from Jeff Goldblum and Ian Malcolm, Bryce Dallas Howard teases that the entire original cast might be returning for the third movie.
The Jurassic Park franchise is undoubtedly one of the biggest and the most famous movie franchises out there. All the movies of the series are very much loved throughout the world and it continues to see great success thanks to Jurassic World. After Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom released last year, many people have been speculating that the next movie might bring back the entire original cast after years of sitting on the sidelines, with the exception of a minor cameo.
In a recent interview with Claire Dearing actress, Bryce Dallas Howard indicated that along with her actors Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum could be set to make an appearance in Jurassic World 3. While speaking on the red carpet of 'Rocketman', MTV News asked her if she's excited to share scenes with the original trilogy characters. She responded, saying, "Yes, very much so. If that happens, I don't know. I don't know what's been confirmed or whatever, but I'll blink if it's happening and maybe..."
Even though it is not an official announcement about the original cast coming back, this piece of information is more than enough to get the speculations around the third movie running. It has been quite a long wait for the fans who are eagerly waiting to see the original cast members. And even though Jeff Goldblum's appearance in 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' was entertaining, it left a lot to be desired.
Since the dinosaurs are out of the equation after the events of 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom', it opens a lot of possibilities to integrate Dr. Sattler, Dr. Grant, and Ian Malcolm into the narrative of the upcoming sequel. The storyline of the third Jurassic World movie was also praised by Chris Pratt and he also mentioned that it is going to be a HUGE deal for the fans of the franchise.
He said, "When I heard the pitch, I was blown away. I can't believe we're gonna make that movie. I can't believe they found a way to deliver on the promise at the end of Fallen Kingdom. 'Wait, what? The island is blown up, the animals are out, we can't put them back in the box. what are we gonna do? How is, not only the dinosaurs but this technology, moving forward, going to affect the planet?' And we jump forward and it's like, 'Oh, oh right. Oh, damn.' [Director Colin Trevorrow's] been working his butt off on it and it's going to be pretty epic."