Well, the producers of Jurassic World don't really have to worry about budgetary concerns for their hit movie, knowing that the film ranks third of all-time in domestic box office numbers. In fact, the huge numbers pretty much made it a no-brainer to go ahead with a sequel.
And, of course that is exactly what is going to happen! We have news relating to the new film. Director Colin Trevorrow spoke with Wired magazine and had this to say about the second Jurassic adventure:
Trevorrow told Wired the next film won’t be “just a bunch of dinosaurs chasing people on an island” because “that’ll get old real fast.” Instead, the movie will go into how the science used to create the dinosaurs can be used at other locations. He compared it to nuclear power, saying, “When you look back, the first instinct was to weaponize it, and, later on, we found it could be used for energy.”
In Jurassic World, they already delved into the idea of using Velociraptors for military purposes and how it is a terrible idea. The next film could go into further exploration of that.
All I know is, I'm seeing it pretty much no matter what they decide to do. Dinosaurs are cool and I doubt that will change between now and the time this film drops.