The shooting of Jurassic World: Dominion was completed last year. But it will take some time for the film to hit the theatres. In some theaters you can already watch a preview, which lasts up to five minutes. Today there is a new picture and more.
Director Colin Trevorrow discussed the new film in this context. He revealed that the upcoming film will be a “Science Thriller” is becoming
“I’m sure it’s no secret that we shot in the UK and British Columbia. We’ve shot in Malta as well. Those are essentially our locations. While there’s also another big location that I haven’t revealed yet. want to do,” Trevor said.
“But you have to imagine it’s going to have whatever environment, every ecological environment, physical environment you can think of. It’s a really cosmic adventure, something with Bourne and Bond in it and a spy movie. Spy. film, but also a science thriller with dinosaurs.”
In reference to that ‘science thriller’ aspect, the film also features a new dinosaur, Oviraptor. It has springs, a first in the franchise. “We have our first feathered dinosaur, Oviraptor. My feeling is that this is going to be a title for people who care about paleontological accuracy,” The filmmaker said.
“There’s another one you see in the photo, called Moros intrepidus. It appeared in your feed two years ago. People found a small, T-Rex-like dinosaur. And we’re going to move that discovery quickly.” Were able to bring white cloth.”
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) June 9, 2021
The film also tells an origin story of the T-Rex. “I wanted to visually tell the story of how dinosaurs were made from the DNA contained in fossilized amber.”
That’s why the film also begins with a scene in which a T-Rex fights a Gigantosaurus. “We now know that the dinosaur we love, the T-Rex, was brutally killed by Gigantosaurus. And that’s part of the story we’re telling.”
In cinemas from 10 June 2022.