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During an interview with CinemaBlend, Bryce Dallas Howard revealed what the third film in the trilogy will be setting its sights on, she said: "In terms of the third movie, the goal overall is to bring the entire saga together. It'll be the sixth film at the end of the day. For me, what I'm most wanting, other than an undercut, is for there to be more characters from the earlier films." It makes even more sense to have this sort of plan in mind for the third, and possibly final, Jurassic World film, as Bryce Dallas Howard pointed out, Jurassic World 3 is the movie that will tie the history of the two trilogies together. So, just as the story of the sixth overall film in the Jurassic series will bring the franchise to the logical endpoint that it seems to have always been heading toward, it would make sense to close out the stories of Jurassic Park characters like Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler, and even Ian Malcolm in the process. Considering that even director / co-writer Colin Trevorrow is on record as agreeing with such a sentiment, it doesn't feel like that's going to be too much of an ask come time for the final script to be handed in. Though as far as the Jurassic World half of the equation goes, we've seen Howard's Claire Dearing go from corporate player to compassionate conservationist between the first film and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. With the latter film ending on a note that sees Claire get some moments of ass-kicking action in the quest to stop the Indoraptor, I had to wonder if maybe Claire was done with humans and ready to fight through tougher methods. While she rejects that her character would ever go full anarchist / activist, Bryce Dallas Howard wouldn't mind giving Claire a harder edge, at least in the following capacity: "I've been lobbying for Claire to get an undercut [radical hairstyle] and I think that's not going to happen. I don't think she's going to become an eco-terrorist". See more