SPOILER WARNING: The following article contains massive spoilers for Jurassic World. If you haven’t had the chance to see the film yet, please click away to another one of our wonderful articles.

After the end credits of Jurassic World began to roll, you may have found yourself wondering, How they hell are they going to continue this franchise? After all, the theme park turns out to be a rather massive disaster after the Indomnius rex gets through with it, and it’s pretty hard to imagine anyone bankrolling the place to get back on its feet. What you may not noticed, however, is that the movie actually does do a very clever job of setting up a Jurassic Park 5/Jurassic World 2, and it’s all thanks to the exit of BD Wong’s Dr. Henry Wu, and the concept of the proliferation of technology.

When I had the chance to chat with co-writer/director Colin Trevorrow about Jurassic World last weekend, he revealed to me some fascinating details about his ideas for an upcoming sequel. Thinking about Dr. Wu’s rather mysterious exit from the movie - hopping on to a helicopter with a case full of dinosaur embryos – I asked the filmmaker if his departure had anything to do with future plans for the franchise, and he explained not only what he was thinking in terms of plot and theme, but also revealed a key line that wound up not making the final cut of the movie. Said Trevorrow,
I feel like that was something that we did in terms of plot that opens up a potential sequel, but I think there’s things that we did in terms of theme that might be more viable. There’s actually a line we cut from the movie, and sometimes I wonder if I should have… but in that scene with BD Wong and Irrfan Kahn, he used to say, ‘How long do you think you can control it? We won’t always be the only ones who can make a dinosaur.’

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