A brand new image of Jurassic World 3 aka Jurassic World: Dominion has been posted online. Universal Pictures has officially started the hype train for the next dinosaur-filled sequel, which isn’t expected to arrive until next summer, almost exactly a year from now. But they try to get people excited well in advance. In this case, they first shared a photo with a franchise. Namely, a feathered dinosaur.
The photo was uploaded shortly after the release of an all-new Dominion poster for Jurassic World 3. Universal is expected to include a five-minute preview of the latest entry in the Jurassic World series alongside F9’s IMAX showings later this month. This image offers a glimpse of what viewers expect. We see what appears to be a small raptor next to the tail of a much larger dinosaur with spikes on its tail. The photo was shared with the caption “65 million years in the making”. Other prehistoric beasts can be seen in the background, although they are out of focus. But the little guy in the front and center is the main attraction.
It has been noted and documented several times over the years since the jurassic park first released in theaters in 1993 as the dinosaurs in these films are not scientifically accurate. Many dinosaurs, including raptors, had feathers. The fact that this image offers us something closer to scientific accuracy is therefore very remarkable. Even Dr. Henry Wu, played by BD Wong, noted in Jurassic World that because they filled in the genetic sequences with other animals, the dinosaurs were not as they would have been millions of years ago. years. Does this image imply that we are going to travel millions of years back to time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth? It’s mostly speculative at this point. Either way, we’re into something new. For sure.
Colin Trevorrow is directing Jurassic World: Dominion. The filmmaker made the first entry in this current trilogy, in addition to co-writing and producing Fallen Kingdom in 2018. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard will return as Owen Grady and Claire Dearing, respectively. But perhaps the biggest draw to fans is the return of Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum as Alan Grant, Ellie Sattler and Ian Malcolm. All three have returned at various times over the years in the franchise, but never in the same movie since the 1993 original. Not only that, but Trevorrow has promised they will play important roles.
Plot details for the sequel remain largely under wraps for now. What we do know for sure is that this won’t be the end of the franchise. Producer Frank Marshall said so, and Universal might even be gearing up to give him the cinematic universe treatment. But let’s not go too far just yet. Jurassic World: Dominion is currently slated to hit theaters on June 10, 2022. We’ll be sure to keep you posted as more details become available.
Topics: Jurassic World 3, Jurassic Park