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    Franklin Webb is the systems analyst of the Dinosaur Protection Group who will appear in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.

StoryEdit

Growing up in Los Angeles, Franklin spent his childhood taking computers apart to see how they worked and turned that interest into a passion for coding and web design. He went on to graduate at the top of his class at MIT. Then Franklin worked at Jurassic World as an IT technician monitoring the private network for glitches. He was initially stationed at an off-site tech complex in Irvine, California, but eventually got to go to Isla Nublar.

Some time after the incident, Franklin joined the DPG because, despite being slightly afraid of dinosaurs, he believes they have the right to exist as any shark or spider does. Now he runs the DPG's social media and online marketing campaigns, making him a vital asset to expanding the group's reach around the world.[1][2]

Personality and traitsEdit

According to actor Justice Smith, Franklin is a young, fragile, anxiety-ridden computer genius who's more comfortable in front of a computer screen than anywhere else. Smith also calls Franklin socially awkward in his friendship with Zia Rodriguez, who constantly picks on him for "being a wuss" and Franklin fails to make a comeback at her no matter he much he tries.[3]

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