One of the things that have seemingly been made canon again is the existence of this Spinosaurus. At Jurassic Park 3, Dr. Grant is duped into landing Isla Sorna – InGen’s Website B, another island used for breeding dinosaurs before transferring them to the major island, Isla Nublar – where he and others came into contact with the Spinosaurus. According to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’s viral site, Dinosaur Protection Group, InGen illegally cloned dinosaurs – presumably containing the Spinosaurus – and published them Isla Sorna in 1999, which disrupted the ecosystem.
Although a true dinosaur, the Spinosaurus was the franchise’s first effort at developing a theme-park monster like Dr. Grant had accused John Hammond of performing with Jurassic Park. It’s unclear what happened to the Spinosaurus out of Jurassic Park 3, but a skeleton of the Paper was on screen from the movie Jurassic World. He could have been successful, and viewers don’t know yet.
In Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous season 1, episode 2, “Keys,” many group members see among Jurassic World’s satellite genetics labs. While there, Brooklynn has the opportunity to speak to Dr. Wu’s office, where she discovers his record on the Indominus rex. However, before she attempts to break into Dr. Wu’s confidential folder, she sees advice about the Spinosaurus on his display, indicating that Dr. Wu and Jurassic World were looking into bringing the dinosaur.
Given that the Spinosaurus information was found alongside Dr. Wu’s documents on the Indominus rex, perhaps the playground considered the Jurassic Park 3 dinosaur to be a monster-like creature. It certainly had that quality in the 2001 movie, defeating the Tyrannosaurus rex and murdering other dinosaurs along the way. Maybe its brief tease in Camp Cretaceous is putting up its return in Jurassic World: Dominion at 2021. In case the Spinosaurus on Isla Sorna survived and was eventually transported back into the USA along with the remaining dinosaurs, there’s a chance it might reappear at some stage in the third and final film in the trilogy.
The first Jurassic Park trio and stars of the upcoming Jurassic World: Dominion has encouraged fans to vote at a new photograph.
The photo, posted on the picture’s Twitter, shows Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum wearing masks and fitting t-shirts with “Vote” on these. Amblin Entertainment retweeted the photograph, including ‘Anyone hears that? It is an. It’s an effect tremor…’ of hundreds of millions of Americans registering and exercising their right to vote.”
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— Jurassic World (@JurassicWorld) September 22, 2020