The new Jurassic World: Dominion trailer lies that the franchise’s biggest carnivorous dinosaur is in the movie, and Dr. Alan Grant knows it. Sam Neill returns to the Jurassic Park franchise at long last to help close out the Jurassic World trilogy and put his dinosaur expertise to good use. After encountering the prehistoric creatures twice before, he’ll be thrust into a very different landscape in Jurassic World: Dominion after the genetic manipulation that has occurred in recent years. However, it seems he’s getting some of his facts mixed up now.
The Jurassic franchise has not always been scientifically accurate in its portrayal of dinosaurs, but the movies have repeatedly gotten a lot right about what is known about these creatures. The accuracy of the franchise is a bit tougher to track thanks to the Jurassic World movies, as InGen and others were in the business of inventing dinosaurs. This meant combining the DNA of various animals with what was left of the dinosaurs, resulting in terrifying hybrid creations like the Indominus Rex and Indoraptor. Jurassic World: Dominion is returning the focus on real dinosaurs primarily, but that has now raised a new issue.