Jurassic World: Dominion Updates: The whole concept of Jurassic Park and its sequel is that it showcases the resurrection of extinct animals in a modern environment, but the upcoming Jurassic World: Dominion wants to provide viewers with something the franchise has never seen before because it will re-enact when dinosaurs do appear to rule the earth.
Although the next IMAX F9 show may take more than a year, the next IMAX F9 show will be accompanied by a five-minute summary of Dominion, including a visit to the Cretaceous and cloned real Tyrannosaurus Rex for the original Jurassic Park. “Jurassic World: Dominion” will be released on June 10, 2022.
Director Colin Trevorrow shared with Empire:
“This has always been part of history. I really want to not only tell the story of how our beloved T-Rex was born but also visually express this story that has been telling us for 30 years about what dinosaurs are made from DNA petrified in amber.”
“Sometimes we give an object a human face; I want to put the face of a dinosaur on the object and see what happened. Now we officially know that our beloved dinosaur T-Rex was brutally killed by Giganotosaurus. This is part of the story we tell for the film.”
Since the show is regarded as part of the fantasy genre and science fiction, this means that the franchise can enjoy a certain degree of freedom in terms of scientific facts. In addition, in the decades since the series’ debut, research has led to the growing popularity of new theories about living things. Trevorrow also pointed out that the new movie will eventually feature feathered dinosaurs.
The filmmaker pointed out:ScreenRant
“We have our first feather-only dinosaur, the Oviraptor. I think this will be the headline news for those concerned about the accuracy of paleontology.”
“The other in the photo is Moros Intrepidus. It came out about two years ago. People may have found a tiny feathered Tyrannosaurus dinosaur in your feed. This is one of the fastest changes we made, from discovering it to showing it.
Jurassic World: Dominion: Trevorrow detailed the other animals in this sequence:
“We started with the Dreadnoughtus we discovered not too long ago, using those bones. This is one of the best things to rip dinosaurs from the headlines, so we can see some exciting things and do some research on them.
Then we will build a model and put it in a movie that we have never seen before, Quetzalcoatlus which is much larger than the Pteranodon. We follow this giant Quetzalcoatlus, and then it will land and you will see all these wings like, Pteranodons stands on their feet like a bird. You know how big it is.”