Jurassic World 3 Theory: Biosyn Returns Because of InGen's Failure
The stakes in Jurassic World: Dominion will be higher than ever before. Here's why BioSyn will return in the final film due to InGen's failures.
Will the notorious BioSyn return due to InGen’s long series of failures, in Jurassic World: Dominion? Set to release in 2022, Jurassic World 3 has been reported to focus on the dinosaurs that were set loose in civilization, and the possible repercussions it might have on the genetic engineering industry and the human race as a whole.
BioSyn and InGen harbor a long history of conflict and fraught relations, which culminated in a major 1993 incident on Isla Nublar, John Hammond’s chosen site for the first Jurassic Park, as it had to be shut down due to interference from BioSyn. As a result, the dinosaurs ran free, and the park could not be reopened until it was rebuilt by Simon Masrani in 2005, as chronicled in the events of Jurassic World.
2015 heralded another disaster on Isla Nublar, with the creation of the Indominus Rex, a hybrid of unmatched lethality and cunning, which triggers a massacre of both dinosaurs and humans alike. Due to these recurring blunders committed by InGen over the years, it is likely that their competitor, BioSyn, will return in Jurassic World 3. Here’s a deep dive into the theory.
Jurassic World 3 Is Bringing Back BioSyn
It has been confirmed that the final film in the Jurassic World trilogy will be featuring the return of Jurassic Park’s long-forgotten villain, Lewis Dodgson, with Campbell Scott taking on the mantle for the role. Both in the original films and the Jurassic Park novel, Dodgson carries out controversial decisions while being a part of BioSyn, most of which are serious and criminal in nature, such as when he introduced a rabies virus to unwitting farmers in Chile for research purposes. As it has been confirmed that Dodgson will be turning to Jurassic World 3 as the head of BioSyn, the company’s machinations to further thwart InGen’s attempts to rectify their blunders is inevitable. Moreover, Dodgson’s presence is bound to raise the stakes for both Claire (Bryce Dallas Howard) and Owen (Chris Pratt), especially now that Isla Nublar has been destroyed and the dinosaurs run loose in the world, yet again.
InGen Has Failed In The Jurassic World Franchise
As exemplified in the events of the Jurassic World franchise, InGen’s long string of catastrophic failures when it came to protecting rare dinosaur species and ensuring the safety of park workers, go way back to John Hammond’s time. After the first Isla Nublar incident in 1993, InGen struggled financially, as they were unable to retain investors for ongoing and upcoming projects. In order to survive through the crisis, InGen’s research team created a new plant, which managed to garner worldwide media attention. However, catastrophe hit again, this time in the form of a natural disaster, when Hurricane Clarissa destroyed InGen’s facilities in Isla Sorna, forcing Hammond to re-evaluate his capitalist approach and adopt a more environmentally-aware stance.
When Peter Ludlow became InGen’s new CEO, he attempted to churn out profits by creating an amphitheater in San Diego, but the project was ultimately sabotaged. 1997 heralded the disastrous San Diego incident, triggered by Ludlow’s capture of an adult male Tyrannosaurus rex, which escaped containment and rampaged through the streets of San Diego in search of its infant, who was also captured. This led to many human deaths, including that of Ludlow, along with severe damage to property. This, combined with the events of Jurassic World and Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, culminated in the park closing for good and the destruction of Isla Nublar, along with its natural flora and fauna, due to an eruption of the active Mount Sibo. Jurassic World 3 will pick up after the release of dinosaurs into the world, which serves to highlight the abject failure of InGen throughout the film’s franchise.
Jurassic World Theory: BioSyn Will Return Because Of InGen's Failure
At this point, it makes sense for BioSyn and Dodgson to return, from both a narratorial and circumstantial point of view. InGen has repeatedly proven themselves unreliable, especially in the public consciousness, as the masses are not aware of the nuanced nature of incidents, both human and natural, that played a role in the disasters that occurred over the years. As BioSyn has always been a major rival to InGen, and are known for their unsavory ways when it comes to earning profits and procuring embryos, it will be a natural Machiavellian move for Dodgson to capitalize on InGen’s failures, and position themselves as the only solution to the dire situation at hand.
Moreover, BioSyn has had a long history of employing saboteurs skilled in corporate espionage, rather than real scientists like Claire and Owen who harbor a genuine zest for genetic advancement and dinosaur welfare. Although it has not been officially revealed so far, it is possible that Eli Mills (Fallen Kingdom), Vic Hoskins (Jurassic World), and Eddie (Camp Cretaceous) may have been surreptitiously working for BioSyn, which is in sync with their actions in the respective narratives. This is also supported by the franchise video games Jurassic Park: Trespasser and Jurassic World Evolution, wherein hints of BioSyn spying on InGen’s activities have been made clear, adding further fuel to the theory that BioSyn has been waiting for the right time to declare their masterplan. Jurassic World 3 seems to be the right setting for the unfolding of BioSyn’s covert machinations, and it will be interesting to watch how InGen responds to the same.
Why BioSyn Can't Win In Jurassic World: Dominion
While BioSyn might have a massive sabotage plan up their sleeve, replete with a well-planned rescue mission for humans and the escaped dinosaurs in Jurassic World: Dominion, the endeavor is doomed to fail due to various reasons. First and foremost, BioSyn is an overwhelmingly capitalist corporation, prioritizing profits over the wellbeing of the creatures they engineer. As BioSyn is headed by Dodgson now, it is likely that their plans of rehabilitation are deeply rooted in unethical practices which will most likely worsen the situation further. Secondly, although InGen is to blame for a series of blunders, they are also aligned with passionate scientists who are genuinely invested in the well-being of dinosaurs as a whole, which might make all the difference in the end. On the other hand, BioSyn is crooked through and through, positing them as antagonists in the franchise, making their efforts destined for failure.