Cue to the Ian Malcolm quote: "Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn't stop to think if they should." Only in this case, it's studio executives.
Still, a moneymaker is a moneymaker. That's why Universal has announced a new Jurassic World movie, penned by David Koepp. He adapted Michael Crichton's best-seller for Steven Spielberg's first entry, still far and away the best of the franchise. This new film will supposedly launch a new storyline. But I wouldn't be shocked if any cast members from the last six movies pop up for an extended cameo.
None of the Jurassic World movies were good, but each made more than $1 billion at the global box office. That's not something most studios would walk away from, even if the audience and critical reaction diminished with each new entry. No cast or director has been attached to the untitled project yet. But like all Jurassic projects, this one will likely undergo rewrites and other behind-the-scenes changes before production ends.