Filming for Jurassic World: Dominion was completed last year. But it will be some time before the movie hits theaters. In some cinemas, you can actually watch a five-minute preview. Today there is a new picture and more.
Director Colin Trevorrow discussed the new film in this context. He revealed that the next movie will be a “scientific thriller” Become.
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“I’m sure it’s no secret that we’ve filmed in the UK and British Columbia. We’ve also filmed in Malta. These are basically our locations. While there’s also another big location that I don’t want to reveal yet,” Trevorrow said.
“But you have to imagine it has any environment, every environment, physical environment that you can think of. It’s really a global adventure, with something from Bourne and Bond, and something from a spy movie. A spy movie, but also a science thriller with dinosaurs.”
In the context of the “science thriller” aspect, the movie also features a new dinosaur, Oviraptor. It has springs, the first in the franchise. “We have our first feathered dinosaur, Oviraptor. My feeling is that this is going to be a bit of a headline for people who care about the accuracy of paleontology,” The director said.
“There’s another one you see in the picture, it’s called Moros intrepidus. It appeared in your feed a couple of years ago. This folks found a little dinosaur that looked like a T-Rex. And we were able to quickly transfer that discovery to the white cloth.”
– Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) June 9, 2021
The film also tells the origin story of the T-Rex. “I also wanted to tell a visual story of how dinosaurs were made of DNA found in fossilized amber.”
That’s why the movie also begins with a scene in which the T-Rex fights against a Gigantosaurus. “We now know that the dinosaur we love, the T-Rex, was brutally murdered by a Gigantosaurus. And that’s part of the story we tell.”
In cinemas from 10 June 2022.