A Universal Pictures revealed that 'Jurassic World 3', dubbed 'Dominion', will get an extended trailer of approximately five minutes, which will be shown before the sessions of 'Fast and furious 9' – which will be on June 24th – in the cinemas, utilizing the full power of IMAX technology.
In addition, the new sequel to the acclaimed work of Steven Spielberg won the first official poster. Initially shared via director Colin Trevorrow's personal account on Twitter, the image shows a mosquito experiencing what is probably dinosaur blood, along with a message that says “it all started here”. Check below:
Minutes after the poster was released, Trevorrow also published an unpublished image of the film, which shows a small T-Rex in search of something, next to the carcass of some other dinosaur (see below).
The magazine Entertainment Weekly (EW), who watched the big trailer in advance, the director explained that 'Jurassic World 3' will also tell the story of the past, focusing on how the creatures came about. “It's a little self-indulgent for the kid in me, because I've always wanted to see dinosaurs as they were in the Cretaceous period,” he explains.
According to EW, the five-minute preview starts 65 million years before 'Jurassic Park'. Only these are not the creatures of Cloud Isle, but the originals at the height of their power, grazing in ancient fields and ruling vast lands. The teaser also features several types of dinosaurs never seen before, and then triggers an encounter between a certain prehistoric mosquito (yes, the one on the poster) and a familiar T-Rex.
Suddenly, the footage cuts to the present day, returning to the events of 'Jurassic Park: The Lost Kingdom' (2018). Dinosaurs were released into the modern world and we see a scene in which a T-Rex runs over a drive-in cinema, as well as the appearance of some of the characters from the old trilogy and current movies.
In the previous feature, the return of Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) was presented, declaring the beginning of a new neo-Jurassic era, “in which dinosaurs and humans will be forced to coexist”. The director says that the biggest challenge from the scene in question in the new film, in addition to mixing the new characters introduced in 2015 and bringing the old ones back, was “telling the right story”, which he sees as “the culmination of six films".
- Jurassic World 3 will have robotic baby dinosaur in its production
- Real-life Jurassic Park? Elon Musk's partner says he already has the technology for it
- Archaeologists find 82 million-year-old dinosaur in the United States
Trevorrow, who directed 2015's 'Jurassic World', returns to the franchise as a director on 'Dominion', which is produced by Frank Marshall and Patrick Crowley. starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum, the cast also has Mamoudou Athie , Scott Haze, Dichen Lachman, Daniella Pineda, Campbell Scott, Isabella Sermon, Justice Smith, Omar Sy, DeWanda Wise e BD Wong. Steven Spielberg acts as executive producer.
In 2020, production of the film had to be stopped after team members tested positive for COVID-19. 'Jurassic World 3 – Dominion' , which was slated for release on June 11, 2021 is now slated to debut in theaters in June 9st, 2022.
You’ve already watched our videos on YouTube? Subscribe to our channel!