Or is it Blu, which can mean ginger-haired in Australia? Then again, “Having in a Blue” in Australia also means having a disagreement or altercation. Basically, Aussies are just confusing. Anyway, we digress. Back to the dinosaurs of Jurassic World.
One thing that has remained central in Jurassic World is the relationship Raptor wrangler Owen Grady has with one of his raptors, the female called Blue. It’s like the relationship you would have with your dog, if your dog was a six-foot-tall killing machine who was always on the verge of letting go and eating you.
A featurette for Jurassic World: Dominion has just been released that talks about this relationship and how it will shape some aspects of the plot for the third and final installment in the Jurassic World franchise. The relationship started when the Velociraptor was just a baby, or is that puppy? Or cub? Anyway… Pratt discusses the similarities between his character and Blue’s journey in the upcoming film and how this makes their relationship fundamentally change.