Going deeper into the movie, and taking note particularly of some of the action sequences, it's fair to say that Universal Pictures has spared no expense in this department, which is an approach they should definitely take with Universal Studios' Jurassic attractions, be it Orlando or Hollywood.
For starters, there's a sequence in which Claire, Owen, and pilot Kayla Watts (DeWanda Wise) are attacked in their cargo plane by the winged predator quetzalcoatlus. An even more thrilling sequence involves Owen and Claire being pursued through the streets of Malta by atrociraptor, via motorcycle and rooftop, respectively.
These are two experiences that could be easily adapted into Universal Studios in the form of 4D simulator attractions (because we're not convinced they'd actually let you hop from rooftop to rooftop or tear through the theme park on a motorcycle - it's just not practical).
However, Jurassic World: Dominion mostly takes place at Biosyn Valley, a facility where free-roaming dinosaurs are being collected and placed in a jungle habitat that surrounds a large facility where a greedy bioengineering company is up to no good. Here, there are all sorts of unique environments.
There's the facility itself, which houses some of the smaller dinosaurs as well as a deadly locust horde, but perhaps one of its stand-out features is the Hyperloop subway system beneath it, which allows Biosyn employees to navigate the massive complex with ease.
But the Hyperloop also allows access to some pretty terrifying areas, including an old network of amber mines, where some of our heroes in the film encounter dimetrodon. This would make for a thrilling walk-through experience at Universal Studios, or, coupled with a version of the Hyperloop, a "varied" attraction.
And, last but not least, the third act finds the entire gang - Ellie Sattler (Laura Dern), Alan Grant (Sam Neill), Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum), Claire, Owen, and Maisie - facing off against the apex predator giganotosaurus. This epic battle involves an upturned jeep in the jungle (naturally), a communications tower, and a large helipad.
There's also an epic battle between giganotosaurus and Rexy, the original Jurassic Park T-Rex. And while Jurassic World - The Ride does feature tyrannosaurus rex and indominus rex, we strongly believe that Universal Studios is lacking a dinosaur battle that's set against the backdrop of a lightning storm!
So, could Jurassic World: Dominion actually inspire new attractions and themed areas at Universal Studios? After all, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is yet to have made any sort of impression. Perhaps then, we should expect to see a dinosaur-inhabited gothic mansion before we see dinosaurs in the wild.
But could the latest movie influence the existing attractions? Well, it's entirely possible, especially when you consider that Jurassic Park: The Ride was upgraded to Jurassic World - The Ride, not unlike the re-branding of the film series itself with the film of the same name.
On the other hand, never say never. Just because the film series has come to an end (or so they say), this could be the beginning of a new era at Universal Studios. After all, theme parks are obviously the best environment for dinosaurs. Right..?