Jurassic World Dominion (2022) | Transcript

Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live--and hunt--alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history's most fearsome creatures in a new Era.
Jurassic World Dominion (2022)

Four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar, dinosaurs now live–and hunt–alongside humans all over the world. This fragile balance will reshape the future and determine, once and for all, whether human beings are to remain the apex predators on a planet they now share with history’s most fearsome creatures in a new Era.

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(wind whistling)

♪ ♪

(wind howling)

(seagulls screeching)

(crewmen shouting indistinctly)



(man shouting)

MAN: Bring it in!

(indistinct shouting)


(screaming, frantic chatter)

(screaming, sobbing)

GEMMA: Dinosaurs are in our world.

And with every confrontation, we learn more about this frightening new reality.

(dinosaur bellows)

(panicked chatter, screaming)

GEMMA: How did we get here?

(dinosaur squawks)

(people gasping)

MAN: Oh, my God.

GEMMA: It’s been three decades since the deadly events at Jurassic Park, and we’ve yet to find a way for these animals to live safely among us.

After the devastating eruption of Isla Nublar’s longdormant volcano, those who survived were transported to the mainland.

Many of the larger predators were captured, but the remaining creatures scattered here in Big Rock National Park.

While most remained in the wild, those who made their way to civilization struggled to adapt to unfamiliar conditions.

Local authorities have warned the animals are unpredictable and, when hungry, extremely violent.

As the dinosaurs spread across borders, a global black market has risen.

MAN: They’re not ours.

Go on, you sad, pathetic loser!

GEMMA: To combat the growing threat of illegal poachers, the U.S. Congress awarded sole collection rights to the global giant Biosyn Genetics.

At Biosyn, we’re dedicated to the idea that dinosaurs can teach us more about ourselves.

GEMMA: CEO Lewis Dodgson has created a sanctuary in Italy’s Dolomite Mountains, where he hopes to study the dinosaurs’ ancient immune systems for unique pharmaceutical properties.

While Biosyn believes we can handle genetic power responsibly, the public remains skeptical.

Some note that these government contracts have led to massive spikes in Biosyn’s profits.

And rumors persist of a human clone who mysteriously disappeared, leading to a worldwide search.

Some believe she’s genetically identical to Charlotte Lockwood, deceased daughter of Jurassic Park cofounder Benjamin Lockwood.

Now that we’ve brought these animals back from extinction…

Are we responsible for them?

Or should they be left to fend for themselves?

As we adapt to an everchanging world, we must find answers to these questions for their safety as well as for our own.


♪ ♪

(distant howling)

♪ ♪

♪ ♪

(dinosaurs bellowing, chittering)

ZIA: We are inside the illegal breeding facility.

The juveniles are kept in cages to keep costs down.

It’s medieval.

(dinosaur whimpering)

(whispers): Claire.


Why do you think he’s separated from the rest?

I don’t think he’s gonna make it.

(dinosaur whimpers)

ZIA: No. What are you doing?

We can report this.

The DFW takes days to investigate.

We can save this one now.

(pained moaning)

CLAIRE: It’s okay. It’s okay, buddy.


Okay. Here we go.

Nope. No!


(pained moaning)

Support the head.


Okay. Yeah.

(alarm blaring)

(indistinct shouting)

Okay, come on. Come on, let’s go.

♪ ♪

(engine revs)

(pained whimper)

Hold on.

To what?

(tires squealing)

(dinosaur moans)

Claire, we’re gonna get shot!

(engine revs)


(dinosaurs squealing, bellowing)

No. Claire, no! No, Claire!

Oh, no!

(dinosaurs squealing)

Oh, shit.

Everybody good?

(dinosaur whimpers)



(dinosaur moans softly)

Okay. Okay, so I think we get this one to the DFW,

and then we hit them again.

Yeah. Yeah, you saw that breeding ground, right?

We’re done.


I got a call last week.

It’s a real job.

Something I could do to effectively change things.

I got to take it.

They need us.

Are you saving these dinosaurs because they need us,

or are you saying them to absolve yourself?


ZIA: Claire.

I mean, this is crazy. We…


You’re doing the right thing.

But this… this isn’t the way to go about it anymore.

FRANKLIN: Honestly, you need someone

who’s good at being shot at.

Aren’taren’t you and Owen still, like, a weird thing?

It’s not that weird.

He didn’t mean weird. No.


Uh, he meant, like, surprising.


(dinosaurs bellowing)

OWEN: Hyah!

♪ ♪

Let’s bring ’em home! Hyah!

(dinosaurs bellowing)

♪ ♪


(whistles) Hyah!







(huffs, bellows)

Okay. Come here.

Okay. (grunts)

(huffing, bellowing)

(huffing, bellowing stop)

(dinosaur grunts softly, exhales)

We’re gonna get you someplace safe.


(dinosaur purrs)

There you go. There you go.


♪ ♪

(dinosaur squeals)

(horse neighs)

(bird squawking)

(animal squawks loudly)


♪ ♪

(machinery whirring, rattling)

(workers shouting indistinctly)

(dinosaur groaning)

♪ ♪

(bellows loudly)

(indistinct whispering)

(horn blares)

♪ ♪

(horn blaring)

(bellows softly)


♪ ♪


Where you been?


What are you burning?

Oh, nothing. Just some old blankets.

You sure you didn’t go past the bridge?

That’s the look you give me when you think I’m lying.

Well, are you?


Maisie, you’re literally looking everywhere but here.

I said I didn’t go past the bridge.


Can we start over?

I know, Claire.

There are people out there who’ll do anything to find me.

I’m not angry.

So that means you don’t have to be angry.

I’m not angry.

I can take care of myself.


It’s okay for us to depend on each other.

That’s what people do.

How would I know what people do?

The only people I’ve spoken to in the past four years

are you both.

Besides, I’m not even a real person anyway.


I was made from someone else.

I’m not me.


♪ ♪

You’re the only you who ever was.


(chuckles) No.

Was that, like, really corny?

It was so corny.

Can we keep that between us?

Can’t promise that.

(vehicle approaching)


(door opens)

Hey, kid.


Sorry I’m late.

Bop, bop.



You smell like horses.


Oh, you like that, do you?

I do, yeah.




I’m gonna… make dinner.

Everything okay?


(door closes)

She went into town again.

(sighs) This kid.

Did you talk to her?

I tried.

(Claire sighs)

I’ll talk to her.

(gruff breathing)


♪ ♪







(sniffs, chitters)


(other dinosaur chirps)


(chitters, squawks)

(squealing, panting)


♪ ♪





(wolf whimpering in distance)


(echoing grunt)

All right.

Cut away from yourself.





OWEN: I would not mess with her.

(chuckles) No way.

(Claire sighs)

Listen, kiddo, we should probably talk

about you going into town.


I don’t think you understand

how bad it is being trapped here.

You’re not trapped here.

We just don’t trust people.

No, you just don’t trust me.

And then you expect me to trust you.

Why can’t I have any freedom?

Because you can’t.

(knife drops to ground)

That went great.

What is happening?

She’s 14.


You remember what that was like.


We can’t keep her here forever.

If we don’t figure this out,

she’s gonna go a lot farther than the bridge.

If they find her, we’re never gonna see her again.

We got to protect her. That’s our job.

That’s what we’re gonna do.

Protect her how?

By locking her inside?

CLAIRE: She’s got questions.

You know, questions we can’t answer.

She wants to know who she is.

Who Charlotte Lockwood was.

(distant bellowing)

Tracked Grady to his house.

You were right the raptor’s got a juvenile.

But listen, there’s something else.

I found that girl you’ve been after.

(chickens clucking)

Here you go.

(animal chittering)

(chittering continues)

(wings fluttering)



(rapid panting)

(thudding against walls)



Thanks for coming.

Wasn’t sure who to call.

Fish and Wildlife didn’t even want to see it

if it wasn’t a dinosaur.

Yeah, well, they get all the attention.

You guys want to vary the sampling plots

a hundred yards each?

These your students?


We’ve been looking into the impact

of industrial farming on the environment,

so this is right up our alley.

They hit 60 fields in the county.

Have you seen anything like this before?

No. Not like this.

They’ve been leaving degraded fields all across the Midwest.

First, these big companies try to kill off all the insects.

Now this.

Is that your land?

FARMER PERÉZ: That’s the Bennetts’ corn.

The locusts didn’t eat that.

You plant the same seed as the Bennetts?


We are independent.

They use Biosyn seed.

Yeah, I bet they do.

You say you caught a live one?

(bird calling)

(indistinct chatter)

MAN: Okay. Let her down slow.

Got it?

Yeah. Easy.

ALAN: Why do we dig?

‘Cause paleontology is science,

and science is about the truth,

and there is truth in these rocks.


You’re gonna want to see this.

(indistinct chatter)

(bird screeching)

Ellie Sattler.

Alan Grant.

You look the same.


(Ellie chuckles)

And this place it’s so…

…so, uh, you.

I’m sorry, I…

If I’d known you were coming, I would’ve…


Can I get you something? A beer or…

Um, well, maybe not at 10:00 a.m.

(laughs): But iced tea or…

Tea. Yeah.

Tea. I can do that.

Saw a lot of tourists on the way in.

Well, the funding’s dried up, so…

somebody’s got to pay for all this.

Right. Thank you.

I read your articles about soil science

and regenerative farming.

It was great.


Gave me grounds for some hope, for a change.

How are your kids?


Amazing. Grown.

It’s shocking. They’re both in college.

Can you believe that?

And Mark?

It’s over.


Oh, I’m sorry to hear that.

It’s okay.

I’m back to me.

My work.

You know, it’s…

That’s great.

It’s good. It is.

I’m alone at last.

Exciting times.

Yeah, I’m living the Alan Grant life.

It’s just…

Can be lonely.

…so free.

Ellie… (sighs)

You didn’t come out all this way just to catch up, now, did you?

Well, it’s a locust.

Mandibles, wings, thorax, but…

God, the size of it is massive.

(cage clinks)

(wings fluttering)

It has genes that have been extinct since the Cretaceous,

and swarms of them are decimating crops

from Iowa to Texas.

Terrifying, right?

Started as a few hundred.

There could be millions by the end of the summer.

If they keep going,

there will be no grain to feed chickens, cattle.

The entire food chain would collapse.

Well, it’s clearly designed, but why would anyone do that?

None of the crops they’re eating are Biosyn seed.


You’re saying Biosyn made this.

I mean, it would not shock me

that they want to control the world’s food supply.

Not before a few million starve.

Yeah, what is that saying?

Uh, we’re three meals away from anarchy?

If we don’t stop them, you can pick your last three meals.

So why are you bringing it to me?

I need concrete evidence

Biosyn’s responsible for all this.

I need to go to their sanctuary

and get DNA from another locust there.

But I need a witness.


You command respect. People believe you.

(laughing): Ellie.

You know why I’m here? It’s quiet.

I’m done with all that.

Are you? Okay. (scoffs)

Well, I’m sorry, Alan.

Nobody gets that luxury anymore.

Not even you.

And you know what?

You’re the one I trust.

(locust chittering)

(Alan chuckles)

This Biosyn sanctuary is what, a hundred miles from anywhere?

How do you even get in there?

I got an invite.

From their inhouse philosopher.

Seems there’s a lot of money

in being a chaotician these days.

And he just happened to invite you out of the blue, huh?

He said there were things I’d want to see.


You coming or what?

(indistinct shouting)

(indistinct chatter)


SHIRA: Every animal captured on the mainland

comes through here before shipping out

to Biosyn’s sanctuary in the Dolomites.

We give them medical attention

and make sure they leave healthy.

So much security.

Those are just the ones you see.

A lot of shady types out there want these guys.


Your plane’s just fueling up.

Biosyn’s a tough invite. You guys must know somebody.

Do you mind if I…?

Of course.


You see me?

Follow me.

SHIRA: We rescued these guys

from an illegal breeding farm in Nevada a few weeks ago.

Shut the whole place down.

Anonymous tip.

(chuckling): Good girl.

Yes. Yes.

(laughing): Alan.

You never get used to it.

Take care.

Thank you.



♪ ♪

(birds squawking)

♪ ♪

(raptor squawks)


(chitters, squawks)


(chitters, squawks)



You look just like Blue.

(raptor chirps)


You want to try it?


(breath trembling)


(Maisie gasps)

(birds squawking)



OWEN: Maisie, don’t move.


Hey, girl.

(Blue screeches)

Staying out of trouble?

She had a baby. That’s impossible.


Back up.

MAISIE: She won’t hurt us, right?

Oh, you’re damn right she will.

Just breathe.

If you don’t, she’ll think you’re scared.

I am scared.


OWEN: Nah. She doesn’t need to know that.

(screeches, squawks)


OWEN: Her nest has got to be nearby.

Maisie, get inside.

I’m coming with you.

What did I just say?

We got to move.

WOMAN (over radio): Not yet. We need the girl.

CLAIRE: Hey, what’s up?


Maisie? Maisie.

Mmmm. Mmmm.

Where are you going?

You can’t keep me here.

You’re not my mother.

She’s leaving the house.






(shrieking in distance)

(men shouting indistinctly)

Tie it down!

Come on, let’s go.


(indistinct chatter, grunting)


Let’s get out of here!



Who are you?

(raptor chitters)


♪ ♪

OWEN: Claire!

They found her.


Who are they?


I’ve seen ’em around.

Leader’s a real shit heel.

He must have recognized me, followed me here.

Where is she?

Go get the truck.

Oh, my God.

Oh, God.

(Blue snarling)




Hey. No.

(Blue snarling)


They took her kid, too.

(shrieks, snarls)

I am gonna get her back.

I promise you that.

(snarls, hisses)


(Blue snarls)



Come on.

I know who to call.

♪ ♪

(indistinct chatter nearby)


WOMAN (screaming, gasping): No! Please, please! No, no!


This year, man. What’s next?

Historically, uh, darkness, blood, rain of fire.

I think frogs.

We’re not gonna be around for much longer anyway.

These locusts in Nebraska are about to wrap it up.

They’re eating the corn, wheat.

Basically all of our food and our food’s food.

So we can say goodbye to this.

(goofy babbling ringtone plays)


CLAIRE: Franklin, it’s me.

You at work?


You’re kind of a subject of interest around here,

so I can’t really be talking to you.

Come on, I’m in trouble.

I really need your help, please.

Yeah, and I could lose my job,

and you know I’m not qualified to do anything else.

We’re outside.

OWEN: Let me talk to him.

That him?

That’s him.

Name’s Rainn Delacourt.

Real piece of work.

What’d he take?

Something we care about very much.

Oh, shit.

I told you somebody would come looking for her.

You can’t just take a person, Claire.

I had no choice.

Not in the eyes of the law.

This guy is not the law. Tell us how to find him.

Where’d you guys call me from?

We have a man on the inside of Delacourt’s operation.

There’s an exchange in Malta

sometime tomorrow cash for cargo.

Was she with him?

There’s no mention, but we have people on the ground already.

One of ’em you know.

A lot of us got recruited by the CIA

after the park went down.

Barry’s French intelligence now.

I need to talk to him.

You can’t just call him. He’s deep cover.

Look, once we make the bust in Malta,

our guys will see if Delacourt knows where she is.

Our guys.

Not you.

Promise me you won’t go in there with your vest

and mess everything up.

Why would I do that?

Look, you guys are both crazy, but…

you seem like you’re good parents

or whatever you’re trying to be.

She’s lucky to have you.

Don’t get killed, okay?

♪ ♪

(plane rattling)

(Alan clears throat)

Think we’re almost there.


(indistinct chatter)

Dr. Sattler, Dr. Grant.

Ramsay Cole, communications.

Oh, hey.

Uh, I have to warn you,

everyone’s so excited to have you.

You guys are absolute legends around here.

Mm, you must be confusing us with somebody else.

You know, it’s great

that you guys are still so close with Dr. Malcolm.

I mean, sometimes you meet your heroes and they disappoint you,

but he’s exactly the way you’d want him to be.

I mean, such motility of thought.

It’s incredible.


How much time have you spent with him?

(chuckles) Uh, well, I know that was sarcastic,

but honestly, not enough.

Oh, please, after you.


And watch your head.

♪ ♪

RAMSAY: So, Biosyn bought this land for the amber deposits

back in the ’90s, but we’ve managed to turn it

into a safe haven for about 20 displaced species.

First generation came from Sorna.

Most of the Nublar dinosaurs are here, too.

Took Fish and Wildlife three years to catch the T. rex.


The T. rex is here?

Oh, yeah. Yeah.

(chuckling): Arrived just before you guys.

♪ ♪

AUTOMATED VOICE: Aerial deterrent system active.

Restricted airspace protects the airborne life.

Keeps the pterosaurs below 500 feet.


Is that Dreadnoughtus?

(gasps) What?

(low bellowing)

RAMSAY: Beautiful, right?

The name means “fear nothing.”

Well, I guess you know that. (chuckles)

What do they graze on?

Hawthorn and fern.

All indigenous nothing stocked

except for the deer population.

It’s a great mezzanine species for the apex predator.


Apex predator?


At least for now.

(birds chirping)

(grunts softly)


Uh, you don’t let people in there, right?

Uh, no, ourour research… (chuckles)

Our research outposts are connected

completely underground.

If we have to, we can just

herd the animals remotely using a neuroimplant

that sends electrical signals directly to the brain.

Like shocks?

Uh, nno, lilike signals.

Doesn’t it strike you as a little bit, uh…



Do you know how much voltage

was in the electric fences at Jurassic Park?


♪ ♪

WOMAN (over P.A.): Please join Dr. Ian Malcolm at noon

in the lecture hall for “The Ethics of Genetic Power.”

God, everyone’s so young.

Oh, well, it is part of our ethos

to attract the best and brightest.


Respected, renowned Dr. Sattler, Dr. Grant.

Hi. I’m… Wow, this is big.

I’mI’m Lewis.

Dodgson. Yeah.


You’re Lewis Dodgson?

I am. How do you do?

We didn’t expect to actually see you here.

Oh, well, I wouldn’t be anywhere else.

Would you?

(chuckles) No.

I mean, the people you see here are changing the world.

Would you mind if we, um…



Just to… It would mean a lot. If…

(Alan groans)

Do you want to, um…

Oh, great. Thank you so much.

Oh, uh…

(camera clicking)

ThThat’s good. That’s good. Thanks.

So, you are going to see some remarkable things today.

We are unlocking the true power of the genome.

We’re this close. Believe me.

You’ll make a fortune with that.

No, it’s not about money.

No, we’ve already identified

dozens of applications for paleoDNA.

We’re talking about cancer, Alzheimer’s, autoimmune.

We will be saving lives, but…

I bet.

(shushes, chuckles)

Um, anyway, I wish I could take you around myself,

but, uh, it’s, uh…

So, you’re in morethancapable hands with Ramsay.

He’s basically a… a young me,

only smarter and, uh, taller…

(Ramsay chuckles)

Do you have food?

Like, one of my bars?

Pardon? Um…

No, never mind. Uh, uh, I’ll find something.

So, uh, I want to do more of this,

um, later on if we, um…

Oh, we booked you a private pod

for the trip out, so…


It’s beautiful. You’ll love it.

Through the caverns and everything.

Uh, you better hurry. Malcolm’s on.

He’s a bit of a contrarian, but I like him.

He keeps us on our toes.


Thank you for being here. It’s…

Okay, um, follow me, please.


Human beings have no more right to safety or liberty

than any other creature on this planet.

We not only lack dominion over nature,

we’re subordinate to it.

And now here we are

with the opportunity to rewrite life at our fingertips.

And just like nuclear power, nobody knew what to expect

with genetic engineering, but they pressed the button

and hoped for the best…

just like you are doing now.

Yep. You.

You control the future of our survival on planet Earth.

According to you, the solution is genetic power.

But that same power could devastate the food supply,

create new diseases,

alter the climate even further.

Unforeseen consequences occur.

And every time, every single time…

…we all act surprised?

Because deep down, I don’t think that any of us

actually believe that these dangers are real.

(door opens)

In order to instigate revolutionary change,

we must transform human consciousness.





OTHERS: Dr. Malcolm?

Very good.

Therethere you go.

Hey, I don’t want to be rude to my friends. Thank you.

Catch me on my way out. Thanks, everybody.

Look at you,

and look at me, and look at you.

Wow, this is so trippy.

You look like you’re doing well.

Well, I got five kids, you know,

whom I adore more than life itself, so…

uh, expenses add up.

You, Alan? Are you… are you…

You have any family or…?


So, uh, I need to talk to you.

Yeah, I need to talk to you, too.


Do you two talk a lot?

Uh, he slid into my DMs.

He did what?

It’s urgent, Ian.

What did you do?

“Seven minutes to midnight” stuff.

Uh, the Doomsday Clock might be about out of time,

but as they say, it’s always darkest

just before eternal nothingness.


ELLIE: Locusts, altered with Cretaceousera DNA.

IAN: Yeah, that’s not my field.

Yeah, but if these things continue to multiply,

we’re talking about cascading systemwide effects, Ian.

Gosh, that’s a drag.

What is the matter with you?

Why? Is there something special you want me to do?

Yeah, how about give a damn?

You know far too much not to care.

Hey, II gave my opinion robustly for years.

As expected, the sum of our human endeavors

has led to our annihilation, and the only play now

is to take the time that we have left and, uh,

you know, just like we always do, squander it.

Honestly, Ian, that’s bullshit.

Can I offer you guys some joe?

Uh, Tyler, please, two cappuccinos.

I don’t want a cappuccino.

Uh, well, I could do, like, a cortado or, like, macchiato.

Trust me, it’s real tough, that jet lag.

It’s gonna perk you right up.

(milk steamer whirring loudly)

(hushed): The locusts are part of a larger project

called Hexapod Allies.

You’re right about their intent.

I started hearing rumors six weeks ago.

I read your piece on decadence and put two and two together.

I was not raising my voice.

You’re beginning to. It’s crescendoing, isn’t it?

(hushed): They’re proliferating wildly.

They’re lasting three, four times longer than they should.

And all my models are pointing toward a global

ecological collapse, Ian.

Downstairs, sublevel six.

That’s where they keep the locusts.

Look for a lab marked L4.

But wait, how are we ever gonna get down there?

(whirring stops)

Hey, this looks so silky.

May I touch this blouse, by any chance?


You know what it is?

Don’t tell… Don’t tell me.

You won’t know it.

This is sustainable bamboo.

It is sustainable bamboo.

That’s why I said it.

How did you know that?

I just know it.

Yeah, it’s amazing.

TYLER: I’ve got cumin.

It’s very amazing.

I’ve got cinnamon.

I’ve got allspice, which is not very popular.

I’ve got fivespice.


TYLER: Um, if you’re into that kind of feel.

Um, and let’s talk milks.


TYLER: Okay. Soy milk, yes?

(Ellie gasps)


What just happened?

We’re in.

♪ ♪

AUTOMATED VOICE: Sublevel six. Restricted.

HENRY: Lewis, you’re not listening to me.

The locusts’ prehistoric DNA has made them

stronger than they should be.

They’re multiplying like crazy, and they’re not dying.

What part of this don’t you understand?

Oh, I do understand.

This is gonna be a global famine.

Hey, hey, we can’t anticipate everything.

We need to eradicate the ones we released.


All of them.

No. No. Henry.

Like… like, yesterday.

We don’t want to cause a panic.

We want control.

There is no such thing.


When we’re afraid, what do we do?

What have we done before?

We follow through.

That’s what we do.



We found the girl.

She’s en route.

Cost me a fortune.


Wait, you found her?

Yeah, found them both.

Her and the little raptor.

Blue reproduced all on her own.

Just like you said. You’re so smart, Henry.

(chuckles softly)

That’s why this works.

You understand the value of these creatures.

You always have. I do, too.

And we don’t stop because a, what,

little side project went south?

Hey. If they trace the locusts back to us,

they come for the dinosaurs.

All your work gone.

Billions of dollars in assets gone.

Diamonds with no one to mine them.

You really think she’s the solution?


Everything involving the girl goes through me, right?

Is she all right?

She better be.

She’s the most valuable

intellectual property on the planet.

(cell phone ringing)

I said I’d call you.

LEWIS: They land yet?

(over phone): Second plane is incoming.

Who said anything about a second plane?

We flew them separately.

I’m not taking any chances.

And we’ll need payment before delivery.

I didn’t like what happened last time.

Okay. Okay, just… call me when it’s done.

♪ ♪

You said I was going someplace safe.

You are.

(raptor squealing)

CAROLYN: Walk to the car.


It’s not a choice.

(raptor squealing)

50 grand to fly one little raptor.

Not bad.

What’s with the girl?

Not your problem.

(zips bag)

Pleasure doing business.


MAN: We’re ready. Let’s go.

BARRY: Owen.

Hi, Claire.


I thought you would’ve chosen a quieter line of work.

I tried. My cousin and I opened a café.

I lasted three weeks.

The way the world is headed, it’s hard to look away.

Delacourt was hired by Soyona Santos,

a broker in the underground dinosaur trade.

We don’t have intel on his cargo,

but once they make the exchange,

we’ll see what they know about your girl.

You can listen in,

but promise me you will not make contact.


Ouais, c’est ça.

There is a big underground market

for dinosaurs now

Europe, Middle East, northern Africa.

It all comes through here.

(dog grumbling)

(indistinct shouting in distance)

Don’t look at anyone. Don’t talk to anyone.

Just try to blend in.


(dinosaur roars)

(dinosaurs squealing, snarling)

(excited crowd chatter)


(indistinct shouting)

(squeaky squawking)

(indistinct chatter)


(indistinct shouting)

(dinosaur whimpering)

(indistinct shouting)

(indistinct chatter)

(dinosaur grumbles)



Hey, still flying for Santos, huh?

You must need money.

What’s it to you?

I’ve got cargo.

Thousand kilos of dinosaur to Palermo.

I give you 2,000.

2,000? How much is there?

You lost?

You’re American.

That make us friends?

Listen, I just got here, and…

Oh, no, that was not an invitation. Here.

Souvenir. Go back to the hotel.

You know, throw some bath salts in the bath.

This place not your vibe.




Claire, I know this must feel exotic,

but if you mess with the wrong person down here,

you disappear.

You feel me?

Good luck, okay?



What is this?

I need your help.

I don’t know you.

I’m looking for someone.

Don’t do that.

She is all alone. Please.

That your daughter?


Sorry. I can’t get involved.

(dinosaur snarling)

♪ ♪

(ship horn blasting)

OWEN: Think I got him.

Target on the move.

That’s our undercover agent with him.

Claire, he’s headed underground.

See him?

Yeah, I’ve got him.

All right, let’s go.

AGENT (over radio): Team four,

need you to sweep spreading south.

(indistinct chatter, laughing)

AGENT: All units, take up bull’seye position.

This is Bravo One. Primary target in sight.

No sign of the girl.

AGENT: Alpha team, stand clear.

My people say the raptor arrived in good condition.

You boys didn’t cock this up.

Color me amazed.

I do have another job for you.

Short hop. Money’s double.

What’s the cargo?

(dinosaurs snarling)



Trained to kill.

Kill who?

Whoever they’re told.

Laser marks the target, they attach to the scent,

don’t stop till it’s dead.


Those idiots making hybrids had it all wrong.

You can’t engineer loyalty.

You have to nurture it.

50,000 to fly them to Riyadh.

In or out?

She’s not here.

Where are we going?

Almost there.


MAN: That’s the drop. Let’s go.

Weapons down!

Eyes on ’em!

Hands in the air!

Contact made!

Delacourt, on the floor now!

Get on the ground!

AGENT: Delacourt! Stay with him!



Get that truck out of here!

(indistinct shouting)

AGENT (over radio): We lost Delacourt!

(frantic chatter)

This is Bravo One.

Truck is approaching the underpass.


(dinosaurs snarling)

(dinosaurs snarling, chittering)



(whimpers, grunts)







(excited chatter)




(screaming, whimpering)

(heavy footfalls thumping)

Come on!



(spectator whooping)


The girl, where is she?

Where did they take her?

Get it off!

Where is she?

I don’t know!

We handed her off to Santos.

I don’t know where they took her after that.




(bones crunching)

(men exclaiming)

Claire, it’s Santos.

The woman in white.

I’ll find her.

(dinosaurs snarling)

Bravo team, watch your six.

(electrical buzzing)

WYATT: Hey, hey!


Hold it!

Let them out.


You heard me.

(device beeps)

(whirring, buzzing)

(dinosaurs snarling)





(vicious snarling)


(gas hissing)

(dinosaur squealing)

OWEN (over earbud): Claire, do you have her?

(electrical crackling)



We had some trouble.

What kind?

The parents.

Grady and Dearing they’re here.


Can you take care of it?

Not for free.

(scoffs) Well, do it.

(indistinct shouting)

(woman speaking Maltese)

(crying): Mama.

(device buzzes)

(dinosaur snarls)

Okay, okay, listen. (gasps)

No, no, no.

(electrical crackling)

(grunting, panting)

(fierce grunting)

(electrical crackling)


You don’t use it on people.

Where’s my daughter?

She wasn’t yours to begin with.

(electrical crackling)

Tell me.


They’re taking her to Biosyn.

You missed her.

She’s gone.

(exhales sharply)

(dinosaur snarls)

(growls, snarls)

(electrical crackling)

(pained whimpering)


(hisses, snarls)

(banging at door)




(bell tolling)




(shrieking, snarling)


Take my hand. Come on.

(vicious snarling)



(Claire yelps)

(dinosaur squeals)

(shuddering breaths)

(Claire whimpering, yelling)

(people shouting)






Hold on tight.

(engine revs)


(tires squealing)


Do you remember how we used to get the raptors in the truck?



You’re up.



At the last minute, diveroll.

I don’t diveroll.

You’ll be fine.


I never got the timing right.


Any minute. Any minute now.





Yeah. Yeah!

(door closes)


(dinosaur shrieking)


I’m flying us out of here.

Tell me where you want to be dropped.

You ever flown to Biosyn?

CLAIRE (over earbud): Owen, they took her to Biosyn!

There’s an airfield on the north side of the island.


BARRY: You’re under arrest.

Stay where you are.

(engine revving)


(horn honking)

(woman screaming)

(horn honks)


Heads up!

(horn honks)


(pained whimper)


(horn honks)

(horn blasting)

(tires squealing)




(people screaming)

(indistinct shouting)

(tires squealing)

(horn honks)


(indistinct shouting)



(shrieks, whimpers)

♪ ♪

(people screaming)

♪ ♪

We made a lot of enemies today.

We got to go.

He’ll be here.


Out of time, out of time.

There he is.


Pull over.

That’s not how planes work.

Open the back.

♪ ♪


Come on!

Hold on tight!




Oh, sh… (grunting)


♪ ♪

Still got it.



Kayla Watts.

You’re welcome.

You don’t look like you fly for Biosyn.

I’m gonna take that the way you meant it

and not the way it sounded.

I fly from whoever got a bag,

but we’ll call this one a favor.

Those don’t work. They broke.

I’ll take y’all to Biosyn,

but I can’t promise it won’t be dangerous.

You’re willing to risk your life for people you never met?

You want to ask questions, or you want a ride?

We’ll take the ride.

(dinosaur bellowing)

(birds chirping)


So, this is our habitat development lab.

A lot of exciting discoveries as of late.

We’ve brought back numerous species

in their purest form,

and I mean complete, untouched genomes.

Like Moros intrepidus.



(Ellie gasps)



What about splicing DNA?

You know, creating new species?

Uh, no, Dr. Sattler, we don’t do that here.

We like to think we’re more evolved.

(bones crunch)

(clears throat softly)

Okay, it looks like we still have

some time left before your ride.

Uh, would you guys like to tour

the facilities yourselves?

Oh, uh, I mean…

uh, we could.

Yeah, why not?

RAMSAY: Great.

I’ll meet you guys at the hyperloop, station three,

in about 30 minutes.

Elevators are down this hall. Notnot those.

Those lead you down to the sublevels.

You need special clearance to get down there.

Oh, okay.

30 minutes.

(whispers): Here.

Take this.



I’m really sorry that it had to happen this way.

Yep, that’s what kidnappers say.


Claire should never have hidden you away.

You’re way too important, Maisie.

(raptor squawks)

MAISIE: You took her, too.


We needed her to help us understand you.

MAISIE: Hey, Beta.

You okay?

Did you say “Beta”?

Is that her name?

I gave it to her.

HENRY: Beta’s pretty special.

You know, when we made Blue, we used monitor lizard DNA

to fill in the gaps in her genome.

Monitor lizards can reproduce without a mate,

so Beta and Blue are genetically identical,

and that’s what they have in common with you and…


What do you know about Charlotte?

She died.

A long time ago.

It broke my grandpa’s heart.

So he made me.

No, Maisie, actually, he didn’t.

Charlotte made you.

I’m so excited for everyone to see what we’ve been doing here.

There’s new technology being made, new science,

like, every day almost.

And it’s great to be…

it’s great to be in the center…

center of that.

HENRY: Charlotte lived on Site B with all of us.

Till the storm.

She loved dinosaurs.

HENRY (on video): Charlotte, be careful.

Yeah, I will.

HENRY: She grew up around scientists.

Then, eventually…

…she became one herself.

A butterfly flew into my office this morning.

They say tiny things have huge impacts,

and I agree wholeheartedly.

She was brilliant.

In ways that I’ll never be.

In the metaphysics of identity,

can a replica truly be the original?

And if it’s possible, what makes it so?

I’ve lost my pen.

Is that me?

Yeah. (chuckles)

Just like Blue, Charlotte was able

to have a child all by herself.

She created you with her own DNA.

So I do have a mother.

Your grandfather didn’t want anyone to know the truth.

He was protecting her and you.

And we’re the same?

You were.

When you were a baby, Charlotte started

to show symptoms of a genetic disorder.

That’s how she died.

She didn’t know she had it until after you were born.

Do I have it, too?


She changed your DNA.

She altered every cell in your body

to eradicate this disease.

No one on earth has ever known how to do that.

She fixed me.

Charlotte’s discovery is a part of you now.

Your DNA could change the world.

And I have to know how she did it,

but I just can’t replicate her work.

If I could just study you

and Beta, whose DNA was never changed, I could…

…fix a terrible mistake that I’ve made.

What kind of mistake?

AUTOMATED VOICE: Sublevel six. Restricted.

ELLIE: Thanks for coming.

ALAN (hushed): Which lab did Malcolm say?


This is it.

(electronic chiming)

♪ ♪

ELLIE: Okay, get in, get the sample and get out.

And move slow.

They can swarm at the slightest disturbance.

(electronic chiming)

♪ ♪


Two weeks.

Fully mature.

This one.

(takes deep breath)

Ready? Easy.




Go get it.

Is that necessary?

(stammers) What did you think was gonna happen?

I have to take a sample.

We need concrete evidence. This is it.

Alan, you said there was no time.

Can you get it?

Of course I can get it.



(locust chittering)

Watch its legs.

(Alan groaning)


Here we go.

(locusts chittering)

They’re cell signaling between them.

This is not good, Ellie.

Almost got it.

(chittering continues)

How does she remain an asset, Henry,

if you’re incriminating both of us

by showing her classified things on the computer?

HENRY (over computer): Charlotte Lockwood believed

the methods we used at Jurassic Park

could cure disease.

She was right.

Having filled the gaps in Maisie’s genome

with altered DNA,

she used a pathogen to deliver

the repaired sequence to every cell.

If I can repurpose what she did,

I could change the locusts’ DNA,

eradicating them in a single generation.

Maisie and the baby raptor will provide the missing data.

(Beta squawks)

(Beta chittering)

Hey, do you want to get out of here?

(Beta squeals)

LEWIS: What the…?

Got it.

(alarm blaring)

(locusts chittering)

(Ellie yelps)


(frantic shouting)

They’re everywhere!

(electronic chiming)

Help me! Oh, God!


(Ellie screaming, whimpering)

Oh, my God! Oh, my God!




AUTOMATED VOICE: Asset containment breach.

Please remain at your stations.

Asset containment breach.

Please remain at your stations.

(Ellie screaming in distance)

Oh, my God! Oh, God, I can’t see!

ALAN: Where’s the key?

(electronic chiming)

(gasping, whimpering)


You okay?




(Maisie clearing throat)


You’re Dr. Ellie Sattler and Alan Grant.

You were at Jurassic Park.

Whatwhat are you doing here?

What? What…

what are you doing here?

I’m Maisie Lockwood.


Hey, we don’t, uh…

we’re not… we don’t work for Biosyn.

I can tell.

We got to get out of here.

Yeah, we should go.

♪ ♪

(footsteps approaching)

Okay, in and out we find your girl and go.

Tower, this is N141.

Request to land for a freight delivery. Over.

WOMAN: Uh, N141, negative. We’ve been advised

you’re carrying unauthorized passengers. Over.

KAYLA: Copy that, tower.

Be advised shipment is perishable.

We need immediate clearance.

It’s an emergency. Over.

There isn’t… No.

Uh, negative. Return to point of origin.

Uh, you seem to be breaking up.

Areare you hearing me on your side?

(Kayla speaking indistinctly through static)

Nice try, Kayla. They will down your bird.

Who is this? Is this Denise?

You do not want me to start spilling secrets, Denise.

You remember Dubrovnik.


She’s… Different Denise.

In accounts.

Talked to Santos.

It’s the girl’s parents.

ShShut off the ADS.

You sure?


(alarm blaring)

What’s that?

Uh, that’s the, uh…

that’s the aerial deterrent system.

Keeps the airborne life away.

Why is it blinking?

Because deadass Denise in the tower just turned it off.

We got to get out of this airspace right now.


(Claire gasps)

(rhythmic whooshing)

That’s another plane, right?

Not exactly.

(whooshing, roaring)

CLAIRE: Is that a…


Late Cretaceous. Should’ve stayed there.

(roaring continues)

Okay. Okay.

It’s cool. We’re good. It’s gone.


(Claire screams)



KAYLA: This plane is going down.

If you’re going to eject, you need to do it now.

I only got one chair, and she’s in it.

You don’t have parachutes?

I wasn’t expecting company.


We got to get you off this plane.


Parachute is gonna open automatically.

If it doesn’t, you pull this lever.

Do you understand me?



If it doesn’t open automatically,

you’re gonna pull this lever here behind you, okay?

10,000 feet!


You’re the one who’s got to go to get to her.

You’re her mom. You’re her only shot.

I’ll see you again.

I love you.



(parachute whooshes)




(parachute whooshes)


What’s the plan?

Whatever happens.

That’s the plan.

♪ ♪

MAISIE: Three.

ALAN: That’s it.

ELLIE: Alan, we need the code.

Let’s try this thing.


(electronic chiming)

ELLIE (gasps): Get down.

(door opens)


Thank God it’s you.

I don’t know…

(chuckles, stammers)

This place is such a maze.

We were so confused.

It’s good you’re here.

But I thought we were straightup lost,

then you said station three, and I was like…

We thought you said…

Do you have the sample?


What are you talking about?

The DNA sample do you have it?

Biosyn’s responsible for the locust epidemic.

Dodgson’s covering it up. You were right.

I’mI’m here to help you.

Do you have it?


(softly): Yeah.


This pod will take you straight to the airfield.

We have a plane ready to fly.

Ian told you about Hexapod Allies?

No. I told him.

ELLIE: What?

Okay, you guys got to go.

ALAN: Wait.

(sighs) Maisie.

Maisie Lockwood.


(electronic chiming)


(birds chirping)

(animals chittering)

(grunts softly)

(loud chittering)


(rapid thumping)




(chittering echoes)



(dinosaur screeches)


(chittering echoes)


(chittering continues)

♪ ♪

(chitters softly)


(breath trembling)


♪ ♪


KAYLA: That was my baby.

(ice crackling)

Where’d you learn to fly?

Uh, Air Force.

Legacy on my mama’s side.

Yeah. I’m Navy.

And so, how’d you end up doing this?

I was a legit contract pilot for a grip,

but didn’t exactly pay enough

to be out here and send the money home,

so I hit up a few contacts for the more lucrative shady shit.

(ice crunches)

Honestly, I might be done with this line of work.

Is that why you’re helping us?

(ice crackling)

I was there when they handed your girl off to Biosyn.

I could’ve said something, but I didn’t.

And when I saw her picture…

It isn’t enough to do nothing.

(Kayla gasps)

Thank you.

(dinosaur squawks)

♪ ♪

(electrical crackling)

(squawks, grumbles)






♪ ♪



OWEN: What an asshole.


♪ ♪

(hisses, roars)



(electrical crackling)




(breathing deeply)

You good?

Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Yeah, I’m not shook at all. You?

Nah. Nah, no.

KAYLA: The ejection seat beacon.

We’ll find her.

Okay. Okay.

You really love her, huh?


I get it.

I like redheads, too.

What? God.

(indistinct chatter)

(Ellie screaming over monitor)

Who is that?

JEFFREY: It’s Grant and Sattler.

Is this live?

12 minutes ago.

We were tracking the escaped asset.

Our guys missed it.

They stole a DNA sample.

(Ellie shouting)

How’d they get in there?

They used an access key.

Yankee White clearance.

One of our cameras saw Ian Malcolm

put something in Sattler’s pocket.

(exhales) All right.

I want to see him.

And get Ramsay up here, too, will you?

Where are they now?

JEFFREY: On the way to the airfield.

They caught the hyperloop right on schedule.

How are you?

You all right?

(chuckles softly)

Not really, no.


I, uh, knew your mom.

You did?


Yeah, a few years after Hammond died,

she came to my university to lecture, and…

we became good friends.

What was she like?


Lightyears ahead of everybody else.

(Ellie chuckles)

And she had a conscience.

While they were out building theme parks,

well, she was determined to prove

that genetic power could save lives.

And I was her experiment.


She wanted a child more than anything.

But she wanted you to have what she couldn’t.

A full life.

I didn’t know her long.

But I know she loved you very much.



MAISIE: What’s happening?

ALAN: This must be the old amber mines.

They must have made access doors when they built these tunnels.

♪ ♪


I heard the alarm. Everything all right?

Yeah, no, no. Nothing we can’t, uh, handle.


You rang?

Oh, good. Dr. Malcolm.

You are… fired.


It was such a cushy gig.

You can, uh, give your access key to security,

if you still have it.

One of the hyperloop pods just shut down in the amber mines.

LEWIS: What?

Wow. This day.

Uh, which… which pod are we…

Are there, um…

dinosaurs in the mines?

There are dinosaurs everywhere.

I mean, you know, technically, birds are dinosaurs.

GeGenetically speaking…

Okay, Lewis, Grant and Sattler are in this pod.

We need to send a security team out there ASAP.

Okay. Absolutely, Ramsay. Thank you.

Uh, let’s all just stay in our lanes, though.

We can take care of it. Thank you, Doctor.

That’s it, huh? Nothing else to see here?

Uh, I’m not sure I admire your tone right now.

You need to leave.

IAN: Yeah, I do.

But first, I owe all these folks an apology.

I think that by lending my cachet to this joint

I might have made it seem as if

Biosyn wasn’t rotten to the core.

That’s enough, Ian.

See, here’s how they get you.

They give you so many promotions

in a short period of time

that it bludgeons your capacity for critical thinking.

Oh, my God.

So then there are doors that you don’t open,

things that you ignore.

But mainly, he’s exploiting your enchantment with these.

Is there an actual concern here, or are you just…

You’re racing toward the extinction of our species,

and you don’t care.

You know exactly what you’re doing, but you won’t stop.

You can’t.

You know, I thought you might be different,

but you’re just like everyone else.

You see what you want to see.

You imagine unchecked avarice,

so that’s what you find.

You envision what, an evil, unbound Prometheus?

So that’s what I am to you?

Prometheus got gored.

So will you, you rapacious rat bastard.

Ramsay, would you help Dr. Malcolm gather his things?

His room, and then to the airfield. That’s it.


(device beeping)

(animals chittering and chirping)

(beeping continues)

♪ ♪


(gasps quietly)

KAYLA: Oh, God.


(heavy footfalls thumping)




Largest known terrestrial carnivore.

You put two apex predators in one valley,

pretty soon there’s only gonna be one.

(both roaring)

♪ ♪

ELLIE (gasps): Did you feel that?

That’s an air current.

There must be an opening up ahead.

How old is this mine, do you think?

Just breathe.

Nobody panic. Just watch out for bats.

Who said anything about bats?

I hate bats.

Well, there’s probably no bats, no falling rocks.

Just the possibility of toxic gas,

dehydration, hypothermia.

Just possibilities, nothing for certain.

(sighs) Oh, I should’ve left you where you were.

Why did I bring you into this?


You were happy in your element.




I wasn’t happy.

You weren’t?

MAISIE: Do you guys have kids?



No, II do.


But not with him?



No, just old friends.

(clears throat) Just old friends.


♪ ♪

RAMSAY: Won’t be long before security knows you’re gone.

IAN: Oh, a map. That looks like an old map.

You don’t have a new map?

There’s an access gate

at the northeast corner of the mine.

If your friends make it out…


When they make it out…

Yes, sir.

…that’s where they’ll be.

These roads are protected, right?

Uh, yeah. I’d drive fast.

(engine starts)

(tires squeal)

You did good.

Uh, yeah, well, actually,

it’s a complete disaster, but thanks.

Not yet.

♪ ♪

ELLIE: Watch yourself.



(loud rustling)


What was that?

ELLIE: Be careful.





Oh, my God, Alan.

Oh, my God. Are you okay?

(Maisie screams)


(Ellie grunting)

(Maisie screaming)

Forget the hat!


Come on!

(Maisie screaming)

ELLIE: Go, go, go!

Go, go, go, go, go!

(vehicle approaching)

It’s a car.

Oh, my God. Ian!

Ian, over here!

(dinosaur roaring)

ELLIE: Please, Ian!

ALAN: Open the gate.

Please help us.

(dinosaur shrieking)

Do you know the code?

I didn’t know there was gonna be a code.

I didn’t know there was gonna be a code.


Oh, my God. Oh, my God.

The brake! Pull the brake!

There are 10,000 possibilities.

Push your legs against it!



ALAN: Come on, Ian!

Kick up against it!



Miles Davis’s birthday 0526.




Please, please.

Do something!

ELLIE: We’re not gonna make it.

Let’slet’s all try and stay positive.

♪ ♪






I know, I know, I know.

(lock clunks)


(dinosaur shrieks)

ELLIE: Oh, my God! Close it!

What do you know? It actually worked.


(sighs) Ian, this is Maisie.

IAN: Hi, Maisie.

We got the DNA.

We need to get out of this valley.

Yeah. Let’s go. Let’s go.

Come on. Come on.

♪ ♪


(beeps, clicks)


(highpitched chittering)

Come on. Come, come on.

(highpitched chittering)



(highpitched chittering)

(trembling breaths)


(rustling, chittering)



(hissing, chittering)

(hissing, growling)





(muffled grunting)

(electrical crackling)

(dinosaur squeals)

Go on, get!

(sniffs) Yuck.

Oh, my God.


Oh, my God.

I thought you were dead.

What do they even eat?

(distant roaring)

We better get inside.

(sets phone on desk)

♪ ♪

Oh, go ahead.


(thumping on glass)

♪ ♪

AUTOMATED VOICE: Containment chamber compromised.



It’s locked.

Gonna need something heavy, something sharp or both.

(wings fluttering rapidly)

That… can’t be right.



Is that…?

Oh, no.

Oh, my God.

He’s burning the evidence.

Oh, my God. Oh, my God!

Oh, my… Ew!

That’s bananas.



(shuddering breaths)

Oh, my God.

III know this may seem precarious, but…

No, we’rewe’re teetering.

Should we all lean to the left or something?

That’s very constructive. Thank you, Maisie.


Slow. Slow.



We’re fine.

See this?


This is fine.



(all whimpering, panting)

ELLIE: Alan?

(Alan groans)

(crying): Alan!

How is everybody?

(Alan groaning)

(Maisie whimpering)

(gasping): It’s my parents.


(sobbing): Help!


MAISIE: Help! Help!


CLAIRE (sobbing): Oh, my God.

(breathlessly): You’re okay.

You’re okay.

You came to get me, actually.

You came to get me.


Of course we did, sweetheart.

Heya, kid.

Of course.

I remember you.

Remember you, too.

♪ ♪

They helped me escape.

(quietly): Yeah?

You okay?

(Alan sighs)

Thank you.


We got to go.

Gonna have to break a window to get inside that thing.

Hope nobody’s afraid of heights.

(Ellie gasps)


(heavy footfalls thumping)

(low growling)

BOTH: Don’t move.


What is that?


(low growling)

Biggest carnivore the world has ever seen.

(bellowing roar)


(whispering): Maisie, Maisie, look at me.

Look at me.




Go, go, go, go.

Come on!


CLAIRE: No, no, no! No!



I’m gonna die!

Climb. Climb, kid.

(sobs): No!

You’re not. No, you’re not. You’re okay.


Go, go, go, go, go, go.


♪ ♪

Come on.


Oh, yeah. Come here.

(dinosaur shrieks)


Go, go, go.

Help me open it. Help me out.


I got ya.


Go, go, go.

Go, go, go, go, go!




(all panting)

See? Not so bad.




Come on.


OWEN: Claire!



(Owen grunting)

(electrical crackling)



♪ ♪

(dinosaurs bellowing)

Call an evacuation.

We need to bring the animals inside.

The regulations are clear that in the event

of a level two…




…damn it!


(frustrated grunting)

Just… (sighs)

Just call it.

(alarm blares)

Attention, attention.

This is an immediate evacuation order.

Remote herding system is now active.

All living assets en route to emergency containment.

(dinosaurs roaring)

♪ ♪

(frantic chatter)

Can’t get hold of anybody since everything is, uh,

on fire.

Dr. Sattler, get some water.

Oh. Thanks.

Dr. Grant? Here you are.

I’m, uh… I’m Owen Grady.

Big fan. I read your book.

Well, book on tape.

Owen Grady, Owen Grady.

Yeah, I know who you are.

You trained raptors.

Yeah. (chuckles)

I tried. Yeah.

How you doing?

The one here.

(Ellie sighs)

You, uh… you were at Jurassic World.

IAN: Jurassic World?

Not a fan. Mmmm.

Okay, so we good to find a way out of here?


KAYLA: Let’s get it.

KAYLA: There’s a helicopter out in the main complex.

We turn the ADS back on, we go home.

ELLIE: Wait, what’s an ADS?

Aerial deterrent system.

Oh, uh…

You know, for the pterodactyls and shit.

Keeps them away from the helicopters.

Well, how do we turn it back on?

Okay, it looks like all the systems

run through to the control room,

which is on the third floor.


These outposts are all connected underground.

All right, easy, Rambo.


♪ ♪

IAN: So you worked in the raptor pen, huh?


Wow, and whatwhat happens?

Do you just tell ’em what to do, and they, uh…

they comply or…?

Well, it’s a human/animal bond based on mutual respect.

IAN: Mmhmm.

Had a dog once.

Humped my leg so much, I… I got a callous on my shinbone.

That’s a true story.

♪ ♪

(dinosaurs bellowing in distance)

Oh, God.

Hey. Good.

Here’s what I’m thinking.

We get started again, you and me.

I can get money.

Yeah, money’s cheap these days.

Whatwhat’s the matter?

Don’t look so worried. There’s…

There’s opportunity in everything.

EEven this. You’llyou’ll learn that.

I’ve been thinking, um…

Maybe you take more of a lead now, okay?

You’re ready, I think.

Here, take…

What the hell is the matter with you?

It was you.

You told Malcolm about the program. Youyou…

You set this whole thing up? You set me up?

I gave you every opportunity I did not have. I…

(chuckles softly)

We have an understanding, Ramsay,

and you do not break that.

I would not break this.

I’m not you.

♪ ♪


(Claire panting, gasping)

Oh, this is very bad.

This is the same system we used at the park.

Great, so we can, uh, turn on the…

the thing, and then we all get out of here?

Let’s see. ADS…


What’s this? Whatwhat’s error 99?

RAMSAY: Not enough power.

In a breakdown, all available power is seized

by the primary system to keep running.

We need all that power to reactivate the ADS.

So the system’s safety feature is what’s gonna kill us?

(scoffs) Of course.

How do we get more power?

Uh, well, we can’t, but we can redistribute what we have

if we just… just need to…

Shut down the primary system.

Yes, exactly.

Where is it?

RAMSAY: Uh, next floor up.

I’m coming with you.

MAISIE: We escaped down here.

Where is that? Water treatment center.

Hydroelectric system sub eight.

Give me eight minutes, I could find her.

Wait, who’s this now?


Blue’s baby.



A baby raptor?

And you gave her a name. How about that?

I made a promise we would bring her home.

You made a promise to a dinosaur.

You’re coming with us, right?

(scoffs) Maisie, I…


I’ll be on channel five.


We’re on three.


Come back.

I always come back.

I’ll have that chopper hot in ten. Wait for my signal.

DENISE (over speaker): Evacuation phase four complete.

All living assets now in containment.

Come on.


(door clicks, air hisses)

CLAIRE: Still get nightmares?

All the time.


I have a lot of regrets.

Oh, yeah?


we hold on to regret, we stay in the past.

What matters, I guess, is…

…is what we do now.



(sizzling, crackling)


CLAIRE: Nobody said there’d be bugs.

MAISIE: B4. She’s in here.

ALAN: Watch the sides.

They always come from the sides.

You know, at first we thought…

they disembowel their prey, but no.

They’re smart enough to go straight for the throat.

The veins, the arteries.

Sometimes both at the same time.


ELLIE (quietly): Oh, okay.

IAN (over radio): We’ve got you.

It’s right down that aisle.

It’s right down that aisle where you are.


Why are they skulking inin…

You can sprint right for it.

Okay. Here it is.

Okay, so itit’ll be a yellow button on a grid of six.

IAN: There’s a green button. Do you see a green button?

It’s not that green button.

It’s four…

which one’s the button?

Four from the bottom.

Above the…

BOTH: Whoa, whoa.

Whoa, whoa, whoa. Fourth one up?

Third one down or fourth one up same thing.

Ian, be specific.

OWEN: She was here.

Lights off.

I don’t know how I could possibly be more specific

other than to say that the one you want is marked with…


E1. E1.




(beeps, whirs)


No. No, no, no, no.

(Beta screeching)

OWEN: Damn it, she’s fast.




Eyes on me.

(Beta snarls)

OWEN: I’ve got to hit her on the side of her neck.

Maisie, you’re gonna hold her focus.

Grant, we’re triangulating.




(Alan exclaims)


OWEN: Sorry, girl.

I promised your mom I’d get you home.

AUTOMATED VOICE: Primary system rebooting.

Wait. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

No, no, no.

No, no, no.

It’s rebooting.

No, it shouldn’t be doing that.



(grunting and groaning)

(electrical crackling)

Here, take this.


We got to stay on it.

ELLIE: Ian, shut it down!

We’rewe’re gonna make it work.

We’re gonna figure this out. It’s very complex.

We don’t have time for complex!

AUTOMATED VOICE: Primary system compromised.

(grunts fiercely)

IAN: Wait a minute, wait a minute.

AUTOMATED VOICE: Aerial deterrent system active.

Victory! Victory!

(both breathing heavily)

Damn, that felt good.


♪ ♪



Oh, come on!

(highpitched chittering)








(highpitched chittering)

What’s your story?

(both hissing)




(hissing continues)

(Lewis screams, echoes and fades)

LEWIS (recorded): At Biosyn, we’re dedicated

to the idea that dinosaurs

can teach us more about ourselves.


CLAIRE (over radio): All right, Kayla, we’re good to go.


Okay, cutie.

♪ ♪

Oh, come here. Oh.

You all right?




(gun cocks)

(Claire gasps)

I remember you.

Please, you have to listen to me.

You created an ecological disaster.

And I can fix it.

Charlotte Lockwood changed every cell in Maisie’s body.

It saved her life.

If I can understand how Charlotte rewrote Maisie’s DNA,

I can spread change from one locust to the entire swarm

before it’s too late.

It’s okay. It’s okay.

It’s what she would have wanted.

Thank you.

No, no, no.

No, no, no, no, no.


Not him.

Not him. It’s always him.

Every si…

Is that a dinosaur on your shoulder?

Yeah. Why?

KAYLA (over radio): I have air. Meet me at the center.

No, no, no, no, no, no. WWait, wait, wait. Hey, hey.

DDo… do not land in here.

I don’t have a choice, dude. The valley isn’t safe.

No, they’re not in the valley anymore!


(low bellowing)

♪ ♪


(dinosaur roars)

(helicopter blades whirring)

(heavy footfalls thumping)





(both roaring)

This isn’t about us.





(Henry groans, whimpers)

Oh, my God! Get him up, get him up!

Come on, come on!

Come on.

(indistinct shouting)

Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on.

(dinosaur roaring)

ELLIE: Come on!







Ellie, no!






Go on, Maisie! Go!

ALAN: Ramsay, get in.

IAN: You’re in.

Come on, come on, come on, come on.

Everybody hold on to somebody.





(low growling)




♪ ♪

(both roaring)

(thunder crashes)

(thunder booming)

♪ ♪


No, at every level.

Complete systemic corruption inin the executive ranks.

“Systemic corruption.” You get that? Write that down.

(Kayla speaks Italian)

KAYLA: Yeah, it’s crazy.

Oh, and then… and then we crashed

into this ice lake, right?

I mean, they literally owe me a plane.

I need to get this sample vetted at the lab

before I take it to my contact at The Times.

You could, uh, come with me.

Unless you need to get back to your dig.



I am coming with you.

(hisses in pain)

I know.

One more minute,

then we’ll send you home with your folks.

♪ ♪


GEMMA: Today marks the first day of testimony

from Biosyn whistleblower Ramsay Cole.

The Senate will also hear from

Doctors Grant, Sattler and Malcolm, who have been vocal in this debate since the incident at Jurassic Park.

You look…



Yeah. Not getting used to it.

Let’s finish this.


GEMMA: Dr. Henry Wu has found

an emergency solution to the ecological crisis.

His use of a pathogen to alter the locusts’ DNA

has revolutionized modern genetics.

He attributed the discovery to another scientist,

Charlotte Lockwood, who died nearly 13 years ago.


♪ ♪

GEMMA: By UN decree, Biosyn Valley

has been designated a global sanctuary.

The animals will live there free,

safe from the outside world.




Thank you.

(chuckles softly)



(chitters, squawks)



(Blue squawking)

(footfalls approaching)


(Blue growls)

(squawks, chitters)

(Beta squawking)

(Blue purrs)

♪ ♪

♪ ♪

Life on Earth has existed for hundreds of millions of years.

And dinosaurs were only a part of that, and we’re an even smaller part of that.

They really put us in perspective.

ADULT CHARLOTTE: The idea that life on Earth existed 65 million years ago…

…it’s humbling.

We act like we’re alone here, but we’re not.

We’re part of a fragile system made up of all living things.

If we’re going to survive, we’ll have to trust each other,

depend on each other,


♪ ♪




♪ ♪

♪ ♪

(music fades)


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