Chris Pratt is unsure if Jurassic World Dominion will be the franchise's final day

Chris Pratt is unsure if Jurassic World Dominion will be the franchise's final day ...

Colin Trevorrow, the co-writer and director of Jurassic World Dominion, claims the franchise would close in coming months, and the building would be a good fit for the blockbuster series to bow out.

The following trilogies have been developed, all of which is from classic to so-so, with the sixth and potentially final installment combining the Park and World crews for an all-star epic that is well-positioned to tie a neat bow around the ongoing adventures of dinosaurs attempting to reclaim their place in the food chain.

At the end of the road, Chris Pratt ended up backtracking on his own words during an interview with ComicBook.

I guess it might be? It''s possible that you see the possibilities. I think there aren''t a ton of comps for this kind of thing. I think Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame aren''t exactly a bunch of titles for this type of thing. Each of these characters had their own stories, their own trilogies, and combining them. And youre like, This is wild. These worlds collide. It feels the same way.

Youve got the Jurassic World trilogy, and it''s this big epic conclusion. At the end of Avengers, theyve continued to create these Marvel movies, but that is like a transition. I think Iron Mans would be gone. Pratt said, And I suspect he''ll be Hulk. Maybe.

Pratt hasn''t seen Jurassic World Dominion against Avengers: Endgame for the first time. Or maybe it''s really the end. After all, if he''s not sure, how do we know it?