A new featurette for Jurassic World Dominion teases new plot details with the new and returning cast, as well as new footage of dinosaur action.
A new video for Jurassic World Dominion reveals plot details and showcases massive dinosaur action. Jurassic World Dominion is the concluding chapter of the Jurassic World trilogy, which stars Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Sam Neill, Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum, Justice Smith, Isabella Sermon, and DeWanda Wise. Directed by Colin Trevorrow, who also wrote the script with Emily Carmichael from a story by Derek Connolly, Dominion takes place four years after the events of the last film, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, which saw the release of multiple dinosaur species into the wild, which have now spread across the planet.
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Jurassic World Dominion marks the first time that the cast of Jurassic Park meets the cast of Jurassic World, which will see the two franchises meet up in the film as their stories collide. While the Jurassic Park stars have appeared in sequels to the series, right up to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, this is the first time that they have all been reunited onscreen at the same time. In addition to the new cast lineup, there is also the matter of new dinosaurs, including Oviraptor, Giganotosaurus, Pyroraptor, Atrociraptor, Therizinosaurus, Quetzalcoatlus, and more.
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A new featurette video for Jurassic World Dominion shows new footage of the cast and a closer look at the sprawling dinosaur action in the film and teases what fans can expect from the trilogy finale. In the video, Trevorrow notes that Dominion “is the culmination of the franchise” while also saying that it’s the opportunity to take the franchise to new places, teasing new locales, as well as new challenges for the cast. “I’ve never seen action like this ever,” says Neill at one point, with Goldblum emphasizing that the film has the “most scary and awesome dinosaurs you’ve ever seen.” Check out the full video below:
Jurassic World Dominion is the first of the franchise to open its doors to so many new locations as all previous films have taken place in confined areas, which was often part of the plot. Keeping the dinosaurs contained and stopping them from getting loose in the wild was always the biggest factor throughout the series. Although dinosaurs would occasionally get loose in the series, they were always captured or killed before being able to spread out across the globe, so Jurassic World Dominion is already bucking that trend, which looks to be an exciting new direction for the expansive series.
While Trevorrow calls Dominion the culmination of the franchise, it’s highly unlikely that the Jurassic franchise is going extinct anytime soon. Pratt recently said he believed that Dominion would be the end of the franchise, being the sixth film in the series and 30 years in the making to reach this point. However, from a business sense, Universal is unlikely to toss out a more than $5 billion franchise, which has spawned everything from animated series to merchandise to books, etc. Ultimately, the box office of Jurassic World Dominion will influence the future of the series, as is commonly the case for any franchise.
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Jurassic World: Dominion (2022)Release date: Jun 10, 2022
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