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Is There More Left In The Franchise After 'Jurassic World Dominion'? Jeff Goldblum Hopes So

Though Jurassic World Dominion was initially supposed to be the final film in a trilogy, Jeff Goldblum is eager for more.

"As I sit here now I feel entirely satiated [and] satisfied," Goldblum said in a recent chat with Shadow and Act. "And if nothing were to happen, I'd be entirely satisfied and happy. But having said that, my appetite is more keen, more robust and inflamed than ever. I want...I need...I must! Especially after this film. Gimme, gimme!"


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The new film stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard reprising their roles from the previous two films, but also brings back the OG Jurassic Park stars in Goldblum, Laura Dern and Sam Neill.

On how the Jurassic films remain relevant over the years and still have people drawn to them, Goldblum says it goes back to the basics.

"I think you could tell you could do movies about dinosaurs and they have been done over the years, but the way they depicted them in the first one was a breakthrough, technologically. It really brought dinosaurs to life in a way that had never been seen before. So back in '93, it started people off on this taste for the Jurassic movies with a big experience of dinosaurs."

Check out the full interviews with Goldblum, Pratt, Howard, DeWanda Wise, Mamoudou Athie and director Colin Trevorrow below:

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