The final installment of the Jurrasic World Franchise, Jurrasic World: Dominion had many callbacks from the original Jurassic Park Trilogy. The movie had many easter eggs, callbacks, and references that many of the fans might have missed. However, below are the 5 times when the Jurassic World Dominion honored the original Jurassic Park Trilogy.
Ellie Sattler from Jurassic Park
When Ellie Sattler watched the Brachiosaurus for the first time in Jurassic Park proves there are always unique new ways to bring imagination to the franchise. The scene matches the same beats and physical movements in the movie. Ellie is seen wearing a salmon-colored shirt partially tied around her waist as she wore it in Jurassic Park.
Alan’s Speech about the Raptors
Alan Grant’s speech about the Raptors has seen a little change from Jurassic Park to Jurassic World. In the previous Jurassic Park movie, Alan spoke about the feeding habits of raptors involving their dewclaws being used to cut open their victims’ stomachs. His tone about the raptors in Jurassic Park III, helped him reconsider his views on their behavior.
Lewis Dodgson’s Death
The death of Lewis Dodgson in Jurassic World Dominion mirrors the very first Jurassic Park film, calling back to one famous death in Jurassic Park Trilogy. Dodgson’s death served as a perfect homage to the trilogy and also gave the Dilophosuars their first true screentime in the entire Jurassic World trilogy.
Ian Malcolm’s Unbuttoned Shirt seeking attention
Jurassic World Dominion brought back Ian Malcolm with the return of an iconic Jeff Goldblum meme, but this time it’s superbly flipped. The scene in the movie doesn’t directly attempt to recreate it. However, it seemed like he has gotten more modest as he’s matured and no longer needs to draw the attention of “the future ex-Mrs. Malcolm.”
T-Rex Representing the Jurassic Park Logo
At the end of the Jurassic World Dominion, T-Rex is seen against the Giganotosaurus and passes through a circular portion of the Biosyn enclosure representing the Jurassic Park logo. The last scene acts like an easter egg that pays homage to the Jurassic Park franchise’s long legacy.