The end of the Jurassic era is coming. On June 9 it opens in Spain Jurassic World: Dominionthe film that brings together for the first time the two generations of the saga based on the universe created by Michael Crichton Y steven spielberg. Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill will meet for the first time in the franchise since Jurassic Park made history in 1993. To celebrate the countdown to its premiere, SERIES & MORE has an exclusive clip of the film in which we see how the characters of Chris Pratt and Omar Sy try to calm one of the kidnappers.
“We designed the trilogy so that the characters from Jurassic Park”, explained Trevorrow. “We included BD Wong in Jurassic World so that viewers would see that we respected the timeline, and then we included Ian Malcolm in the fallen kingdom so that everyone could see that Malcolm was still aware of what was happening. In this latest installment, the original characters participate as much as Claire and Owen. They have not been included for a mere parental or supervisory role. They also live an adventure as terrifying as it is authentic, ”he promises.
Directed by Colin Trevorrow, back in the saga after the Spanish JA Bayona directed the previous film, the new installment of the saga takes place four years after the destruction of Isla Nublar. Now dinosaurs live and hunt with humans all over the world. This fragile balance will change the future and decide, once and for all, whether human beings will remain apex predators on a planet they share with the most fearsome animals in creation.
The structure of the script is divided into two separate stories; one stars Owen Grady, Claire Dearing and Maisie Lockwood (Isabella Sermon), and the other by Dr. Ellie Sattler and Dr. Alan Grant, who will end up reuniting with Dr. Ian Malcolm, Dr. Henry Wu and characters new ones like Kayla Watts (DeWanda Wise) and Ramsey Cole (Mamoudou Athie) to end up joining in a great climax.
It’s the end of an era, both in film and in the rejuvenated field of dinosaur study.. “jurassic-park It was the most important thing that happened in the field of paleontology for several decades because the film brought living dinosaurs to an entire generation, as well as teaching them as they had never been seen before, “says Stephen Brusatte, professor of paleontology and evolution at the University of Edinburgh, who was the film’s paleontological adviser. Dr. Malcolm already said it, “life makes its way”.
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