Jurassic World 4's Returning Franchise Veteran Is A Great Sign 27 Years After The Last Film

"Jurassic Park III" marked a significant decline in the franchise's success, earning far less than its predecessors. 

The critical reception of the "Jurassic World" trilogy has been mixed, with the first two films receiving better ratings than the latest installment. 

Bringing back David Koepp, the screenwriter of the original "Jurassic Park" movies, for "Jurassic World 4" could enhance the storytelling and focus on character development. 

While "Jurassic World 4" may struggle to rejuvenate the franchise, Koepp's return is seen as a positive step for the reboot. 

The decline in the franchise's quality can be traced back to "Jurassic Park III," which earned significantly less at the box office compared to its predecessors. 

"Jurassic Park" grossed over $1 billion, while "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" earned $618 million, but "Jurassic Park III" only made $365 million. 

The commercial success of the "Jurassic World" trilogy improved, but critical reception remained inconsistent. 

Koepp's involvement in an upcoming sequel offers hope for the series' revitalization, considering his past contributions to the franchise's success. 

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