For the rest of 2018, Universal will release Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom for home entertainment in Q4 as well as broadcast a 22-minute “LEGO Jurassic World” animated program.
In 2019, “Jurassic World: The Exhibition,” which debuted in Paris last year, will stop in Madrid in the fall. “Jurassic World in Concert,” a visual and orchestral experience, will continue its global tour. Universal Games and Digital Platforms will continue to celebrate the franchises’ most recent films with “Jurassic World Alive,” an augment reality location-based mobile game as well as “Jurassic World Evolution,” a dinosaur theme-park management centers console/PC games.
Additional products from master toy partner Mattel and construction partner LEGO will debut at retailers in the U.K. through 2019
“This momentum, plus much more, is key to the lead up of the third Jurassic World film slated for 2021,” says Hannah Mungo, country director, U.K. and Ireland, Universal Brand Development. “We know that there is a strong appetite for this enduring entertainment brand and we are committed to adding breadth and depth to the franchise, which continues to propel Jurassic World as an always-on franchise.”
The third Jurassic World film is set to be released in 2021.