The Jurassic World 3 Trailer Reveals Plot Details As Well As New Dinosaur Action
A new Jurassic World Dominion featurette offers fresh story elements with the new and returning actors, as well as new dinosaur action footage.
The ensemble of Jurassic Park meets the cast of Jurassic World for the first time in Jurassic World Dominion, which will see the two franchises collide in the film as their tales intersect. While the Jurassic Park cast has featured in the series' sequels up to Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, this is the first time they have all been onscreen at the same time. In addition to the new characters, there are new dinosaurs such as Oviraptor, Giganotosaurus, Pyroraptor, Atrociraptor, Therizinosaurus, Quetzalcoatlus, and others.
A new featurette trailer for Jurassic World Dominion showcases fresh cast footage as well as a deeper look at the film's expansive dinosaur action and previews what fans can anticipate from the trilogy conclusion. In the trailer, Trevorrow says that Dominion "is the conclusion of the franchise," but it's also the opportunity to take the franchise to new places, promising new destinations and new challenges for the actors. "I've never seen action like this before," Neill remarks at one point, with Goldblum underlining the film's "most terrifying and amazing dinosaurs you've ever seen." See the complete video below:
Jurassic World Dominion is the first film in the franchise to take place in so many different settings, since all prior films took place in constrained areas, which was frequently part of the storyline. Keeping the dinosaurs contained and preventing them from escaping into the wild was always the most important element throughout the series. Although dinosaurs did occasionally escape in the series, they were usually trapped or killed before they could spread over the globe, but Jurassic World Dominion is already violating that precedent, which appears to be a fascinating new approach for the sprawling franchise.
While Trevorrow describes Dominion as the genre's pinnacle, the Jurassic franchise is unlikely to become extinct very soon. Pratt recently stated that he expected Dominion would be the end of the movie, despite being the sixth film in the series and taking 30 years to complete. However, Universal is unlikely to abandon a $5 billion property that has produced everything from animated programs to products to novels, and so on. Finally, like with any property, the box office of Jurassic World Dominion will have an impact on the series' future.
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