Jurassic World Dominion star DeWanda Wise reveals details about her character’s backstory. The upcoming film will be the sixth in the franchise and will apparently conclude the story that first started with
Jurassic Park in 1993. Set four years after the conclusion of
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, where the original theme parks were destroyed by the eruption of a volcano,
Jurassic World Dominion finds the remaining dinosaurs living alongside humans. The new entry will see many of the original cast members return to their roles including Sam Neill as Dr. Alan Grant, Laura Dern as Dr. Ellie Sattler, Jeff Goldblum as Dr. Ian Malcolm, and BD Wong as Dr. Henry Wu. They will be joined by
Jurassic World leads Chris Pratt as Owen Grady and Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing.,Jurassic World 
Dominion will also introduce Wise’s new character Kayla Watts, a former Air Force pilot who will seemingly assist Owen and Claire during the events of the film. Not much information regarding Watts has been previously revealed other than the fact that she is confirmed to be bisexual. Wise recently talked about the importance of LGBTQ+ representation in
Jurassic World Dominion
 and other major franchises.,Related: Dominion’s Huge Jurassic Park Action Difference Is Actually Worrying,Collider recently sat down with Wise to discuss her role in
Jurassic World Dominion. The actor revealed new details about her character’s backstory and how it influenced her portrayal. Wise also shared that she worked with costume designer Joanna Johnston on using Watts’ backstory to create her wardrobe. Read more of what Wise had to say about the character’s history:,Wise’s description makes Watts sound like a rich yet jaded character who was beaten down by whatever pressures she faced in the past to use other people for her personal gain. It seems her character’s moral compass is at odds with her actions, but her disillusionment with the world has kept her from finding the right path. However, by the time
Jurassic World Dominion begins, Watts has reached a breaking point and is seemingly ready to finally do what she deems is right. Director Colin Trevorrow has previously called Watts a defining character of the
Jurassic World franchise as she can be seen as a role model for young girls especially.,Although much of the film’s story has been kept under wraps, what is known about the hard-edged Watts makes for a compelling character. With her leather bomber jacket and globetrotting background, Watts wears her Indiana Jones influences on her sleeve. Previous promotional materials portray her as a major part of the action in the upcoming film. Only time will tell how Watts plays into the franchise’s conclusion when
Jurassic World Dominion hits theaters on June 10.,Next: Jurassic World Dominion: How The Dinosaurs Are Reproducing,Source: Collider