Jurassic World 3: BioSyn's Plans Mean We All Lose If They Beat InGen

Wednesday, October 28, 2020

With Dodgson and BioSyn coming back for Jurassic World: Dominion, their evil plans will likely make InGen's transgressions look quaint.

With Dodgson and BioSyn coming back for Jurassic World: Dominion, their evil plans will likely make InGen's transgressions look quaint. It's safe to say many fans were surprised by Lewis Dodgson's upcoming reemergence in Jurassic World 3, after not being seen since the original Jurassic Park film. Even in that film, his appearance was confined to one scene, albeit a memorable one, thanks to the meme-worthy antics of Wayne Knight as Dennis Nedry. We've got Dodgson here, indeed. Yet it seemed the producers of Dominion cared.

Dodgson played a much larger role in Michael Crichton's original Jurassic Park book, and its sequel The Lost World, although the character didn't make it into The Lost World's film adaptation at all. That's not entirely surprising though, as the book and film ended up very different overall. Not mentioned directly at all in any of the films so far has been BioSyn, the company sponsoring Dodgson and Nedry's shady embryo-stealing deal in the book.

Dodgson and BioSyn are now back for Jurassic World: Dominion, and considering where Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom left the story, that's not good news for anyone. Now at the head of BioSyn, Dodgson could prove a scarier foe than either Peter Ludlow or Eli Mills.

Despite InGen's numerous faults as a corporation, BioSyn, at least as depicted in the Jurassic Park books, is much worse. BioSyn is a genetic technology company, much like InGen, but with every ounce of moral rectitude removed. BioSyn are essentially pirates, seeking to steal the intellectual property of others and use it for their own gain. They accomplish this by changing the stolen material enough to try and claim it's original, and employ just as many shady lawyers as they do shady scientists. While the plot of Jurassic World: Dominion is still mostly under wraps, one can bet Dodgson and BioSyn are out to capture dinosaurs that escaped into the wild at the end of Fallen Kingdom, and use them for their own ends.

It's unclear what happened to InGen after the death of Simon Masrani, whose company Masrani Global had absorbed them prior to Jurassic World. But if there are any leftover bits of them remaining, now would be the time to resurface. For all their questionable dealings, their goal was still entertainment, at least with John Hammond and Masrani at the helm. BioSyn have immense resources and will do any immoral thing they can to get the most money possible, which - if they manage to hook up with Dr. Henry Wu - could lead to terrifying weaponized dinosaurs that make the Indominus Rex and Indoraptor look like pushovers. Dodgson may have been a joke in Jurassic Park, but now he's a threat.

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Source: https://screenrant.com/