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The latest tentpole film in the Jurassic franchise is here, and 65 million years ain’t enough to keep these dinosaurs off the face of the planet.

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Jurassic World: Dominion recently opened in theaters to the tune of $405 million at the worldwide box office during its opening weekend.

It’s the culmination of the Jurassic Park and Jurassic World film series, featuring returning characters and brand new dinosaurs aplenty. There’s no doubt that Jurassic World: Dominion is at the top of the food chain this summer. It’s a must-see film for any fan of the series.

However, if you aren’t quite feeling up to going to the theater or just prefer to stream new films at home, you might be wondering when you’ll get to see the latest Jurassic movie from the comfort of your couch. While there is no release date yet announced for Jurassic World: Dominion to hit streaming services, we do have some information that gives us a good idea of when to expect it.

Jurassic World 3 streaming options As of this writing, the only way to see Jurassic World: Dominion is in movie theaters. However we live in an age where the pipeline for new movies to get to streaming services is speedier than ever. Universal Studios has a streaming deal with NBC, meaning many of its movies will end up exclusively on the Peacock streaming service.

Most films with “exclusive theatrical releases” have a 45-day window before they go online, but a source told The Hollywood Reporter in late 2021 that Jurassic World: Dominion was unlikely to get such a fast turnaround. Generally speaking, the better a movie is doing at the box office, the more tempted a studio might be to prolong its exclusive run in theaters. And Jurassic World: Dominion is one of Universal’s biggest films of the year.

Unfortunately, this means that we could be waiting up to four months for Jurassic World: Dominion to hit Peacock. Those projections put it out right around October 2022, per Newsweek. Until we get an official Jurassic World 3 streaming release date, we’ll be keeping an eye out.

How long is Jurassic World 2022? In the meantime, Jurassic World: Dominion is still widely available in movie theaters. At two hours and 27 minutes, is by far the longest film in the entire Jurassic franchise. The next closest films lengthwise are 1997’s The Lost World and 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, both of which clock in at two hours and nine minutes.

Life – or rather Hollywood – has found a way to extend Steven Spielberg’s 1993 classic Jurassic Park into an ongoing franchise. But Jurassic World: Dominion isn’t just the sixth installment in the series. Instead, director Colin Trevorrow’s film marks “the epic conclusion of the Jurassic era.”

That sense of finality means all bets are off. And Jurassic World: Dominion certainly goes all out in assembling an epic cast that features no fewer than 10 returning stars to the franchise.

Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard lead ‘Jurassic World’ films As its title implies, Jurassic World: Dominion isn’t just the sixth Jurassic Park movie. It also aims to tie up the trilogy Trevorrow started with 2015’s Jurassic World. That movie was released 14 years after Jurassic Park III’s underperformance threw the series’ future into question. With nary a returning character in that “legacy sequel,” Jurassic World introduced two new leads instead.

Fresh from Guardians of the Galaxy, Chris Pratt brings the same action-hero bravado to his role as Owen Grady. Throughout the Jurassic World films, Owen’s relationship with raptor Blue has remained a significant throughline. Meanwhile, Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) has evolved from Jurassic World park manager to an activist fighting for dinosaur protection.

Both characters returned for 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and are back in prominent roles in Jurassic World: Dominion.

Much of the marketing for Jurassic World: Dominion has centered on including the three stars from the original Jurassic Park. Sam Neill is back as Dr. Alan Grant, the paleontologist who survived the first film and was later deceived into participating in the adventure seen in Jurassic Park III. Likewise, Laura Dern reprises her role as Grant’s colleague, Dr. Ellie Sattler, who also appeared briefly in Jurassic Park III.

And fan-favorite Jeff Goldblum is back once again as Dr. Ian Malcolm. Malcolm was, of course, among those who debuted in the original Jurassic Park. And he assumed the lead role in the follow-up, The Lost World: Jurassic Park. Goldblum then re-joined the franchise in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom with an extended cameo that bookends the game-changing events of that film.

Jurassic World: Dominion marks the first time Neill, Dern, and Goldblum share the screen since 1993’s Jurassic Park.

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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ cast reunites the original movie’s stars Jurassic World: Dominion dives deeper into the franchise’s past than those names imply. In addition to Pratt, Howard, Neill, Dern, and Goldblum, five more actors reprise their roles in the 2022 film. Daniella Pineda, Justice Smith, and Isabella Sermon all return after their introductions in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. And Omar Sy pops up for the first time since Jurassic World.

Two more characters from the original Jurassic Park also appear, though only one sees an actor reprising their role. BD Wong – who plays Dr. Henry Wu in four of the six Jurassic Park movies – returns in Jurassic World: Dominion. And Campbell Scott joins the cast as Lewis Dodgson, a character first played in the original film by Cameron Thor.

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Set four years after the events of the second movie (a.k.a. the destruction of Isla Nublar), Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard) are living a peaceful life with Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon).

Claire is now working for the Dinosaur Protection Group. But as dinosaur and human now live amongst one another, a new issue is coming to life: the evolution of predator and prey. Will the new dynamic affect humanity's place on the food chain? Will reptiles become the supreme ruler in the new era?

It's a lot to take in, and we haven't even touched the nitty gritty of this film (like the fact some old school Jurassic Park characters make an appearance). But with a premise such as this (coupled with it just hitting theaters) it's making us wonder if there are other ways we can enjoy this movie, including from the comfort of our homes. Thankfully, there will be a chance to stream it, but there are some things you should take note of first. Here's all that you need to know about watching the movie online.

Where to watch and stream Jurassic World Dominion: As of right now, if you want to see Jurassic World Dominion, you'll have to take a trip to the movie theater for a showing. But don't worry, because it won't be too long before you can stream it in your living room. As Universal Pictures struck a deal with NBC to stream "the majority" of their movies on Peacock once they leave the cinema, make sure you're on the lookout for it.

Speaking of when the movie will be online, there's one pretty big catch to discuss. According to a December 2021 report from the Hollywood Reporter, don't expect to see Jurassic World Dominion on your screens too quickly.

While many of Universal's films are dropping on Peacock within 45 days of the movie's premiere, this unfortunately will not apply in this scenario. Furthermore, Newsweek reported that the third Jurassic World flick may not be available for at least four months after debuting in theaters.

Long story short: Jurassic World Dominion will most likely land on Peacock just in time for Halloween. Now, if you're looking for another movie to watch in the meantime, why don't you try Top Gun: Maverick? Moviegoers will have the chance to watch the movie from streaming devices soon enough. Check out more info here:

In addition to bringing back the “Jurassic Park” trio, “Dominion” forges ahead with “Jurassic World’s” decidedly less charismatic central duo: former velociraptor trainer Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and park manager-turned-dino rights activist Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard). The movie picks up four years after “Fallen Kingdom,” in which the dinosaurs created for the doomed Jurassic Park and its successor, Jurassic World, were saved from a volcanic eruption, shipped to California and set loose on the American mainland after the aforementioned dino bidding went awry.

Hiding in the Sierra Nevada, Owen and Claire are staying off the grid while looking after Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon), the on-the-lam teen who impulsively unleashed the dinosaurs in “Fallen Kingdom” after discovering she was a clone of her mother. But Maisie’s valuable DNA puts her in the crosshairs of Biosyn, a genetics behemoth run by the amusingly off-kilter Lewis Dodgson (Campbell Scott, in a role briefly played by Cameron Thor in “Jurassic Park”). Meanwhile, paleontologist Alan Grant (Neill), paleobotanist Ellie Sattler (Dern) and chaos theorist Ian Malcolm (a scene-stealing Goldblum) are seeking to expose the same company for its unabashedly evil plot to control the world’s food supply through genetically enhanced locusts.

As the conclusion not just to this trilogy but to the six-film “Jurassic” saga, “Dominion” gives Neill, Dern and Goldblum a satisfying enough victory lap. Before the “Jurassic Park” and “Jurassic World” generations collide, however, there are many more characters to cycle through. B.D. Wong is back as Dr. Henry Wu, the genetic engineer whose repeated failure to learn from his mistakes borders on parody.

Dichen Lachman plays a dinosaur smuggler who, in a baffling reprisal of “Fallen Kingdom’s” hokiest conceit, wields a laser pointer that commands dinos to attack its targets. Mamoudou Athie and DeWanda Wise make for appealing additions — as Biosyn’s shadowy head of communications and a virtuous cargo pilot, respectively — but still get lost in the shuffle.

To give Trevorrow credit, he sure knows how to stage an action sequence and conjure evocative imagery. A motorcycle chase through dino-infested Malta makes for a rollicking ride, and a white-knuckle scene in which Howard’s Claire evades one beast by plunging underwater proves worthy of Steven Spielberg’s original film.

Speaking of that movie, the “Jurassic Park” callbacks — which come thick and fast, especially in the final act — induce groans, cheers and nothing in between. When “Dominion’s” final 20 minutes play as a beat-for-beat re-creation of previous films’ set pieces, it becomes clear that Trevorrow and Co. have nothing new to say. In a welcome sliver of self-aware shtick, the movie at least allows Goldblum to sum up the state of the franchise: “Jurassic World? Not a fan.”

The movie isn’t expected to be released in China, and was banned in parts of the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia, over a same-gender kiss. The scene, involving the female character Hawthorne (voiced by Uzo Aduba) and her partner, was originally cut from the film but reinstated following the uproar surrounding a statement from Pixar employees claiming that Disney had been censoring “overtly gay affection” and Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s handling of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

Chris Evans voices the iconic Space Ranger in the origin tale, a role previously voiced by Tim Allen. Lightyear marks Pixar’s return to the big screen after seeing several of its animated family films head straight for Disney+ due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Lightyear serves as a test for the strength of the family market as the box office continues to recover.

The animated film currently has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 78 percent, which is definitely on the lower end for a Pixar offering, particularly for the Toy Story franchise. Audiences, however, gave it an A- CinemaScore.

Universal and Amblin’s Jurassic World Dominion stayed at No. 1 with $58.7 million from 4,679 locations for a 10-day domestic tally of $247.8 million and $622.2 million globally (it’s only the seventh Hollywood title to cross $600 million in the pandemic era). Internationally, it earned another $76.1 million from 72 markets for foreign tally of $372.4 million. China’s total is now $92.8 million, making the movie one of the top-grossing Hollywood releases of the pandemic.

One sobering note: Dominion tumbled 60 percent domestically, a bigger fall than the last two dino films.

Monday is a federal holiday honoring Juneteenth, so Monday could look more like a Saturday and Sunday in terms of traffic at the box office. Universal insiders believe Jurassic World 3‘s domestic total could climb as high as $68 million for the four days.

Lightyear should also see a boost on Monday.

Paramount and Skydance’s Top Gun: Maverick remained a formidable force in its fourth weekend. The water-cooler sensation dropped a mere 15 percent to $44 million for a domestic total of $466.2 million as it flies for the $500 million mark. Overseas, it earned $39.7 million from 64 markets for a global cume of nearly $900 million, or $885.2 million.

Marvel and Disney’s Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness came in No. 4 with $4.2 million for a domestic total of $405.1 million and $942.5 million worldwide. It is now ranks No. 10 on the list of top-grossing Marvel Cinematic Universe titles.

Disney and 20th Century’s The Bob’s Burgers Movie rounded out the top five with $1.1 million for a domestic total of $29.8 million.

At the specialty box office, British comedy Brian and Charles opened to $830,000 from 279 theaters for a tepid per-location average of $711 despite winning the audience award at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Focus Features acquired the film out of Sundance for a reasonable price, according to insiders.

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