The first two "Jurassic World" parts brought in fantastic box-office takings of around three billion US dollars, which is why the main focus of director Colin Trevorrow is now naturally on a third part that is as successful as possible. On Twitter, Jurassic Outpost has now published a new picture of the set, which shows clear references to "Jurassic Park 2". You can see a refrigerated container in which a valuable cargo is stored according to the inscription. In addition, the logo of John Hammond's biotech company InGen can be seen, with the words "Site B" or "Isla Sorna" below it, indicating the location of the second "Jurassic Park" part. At that time many dinosaurs without teeth lived in site B. By next year at the latest with the release we might finally find out what happened on the island after the third part, after all the "Jurassic World" movies are playing on Isla Nubar. "Jurassic World: Dominion" is expected to be released in cinemas on June 11, 2021.