The advent of streaming has allowed for a slew of Hollywood’s most famous properties to launch episodic spin-offs, which are considered official canon, and the biggest shock is that no multi-billion dollar businesses have yet done so. This includes franchises like Jurassic Park or Jurassic World.
Fans have been crossing their fingers in the hopes that Universal’s Peacock may end up producing a live-action Jurassic World series, similar to those for Star Wars, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and DC Extended Universe.
In a recent interview with SlashFilm, veteran producer and Jurassic Park, Frank Marshall, appeared to sour the mood for a live-action series.
“No, I’m really just focused on the movies. So I haven’t really thought about that. There’s been no discussion of that. As I say, we have the animated series [Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous]. I think that’s plenty for now.”
Even if it doesn’t happen in the near future, there’s a good chance that it will eventually.
However, it appears as though the prospect won’t even be considered until after Colin Trevorrow’s Dominion debuts next summer. Jurassic World is Universal Studios’ most lucrative cash cow, having taken in nearly $5 billion at the box office,
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