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Jurassic World Dominion: Prologue scene of Dinosaurs ruling Earth 65 million years ago confirmed!

Jurassic World Dominion: Prologue scene of Dinosaurs ruling Earth 65 million years ago confirmed!

Finally, the much-awaited threequel, Jurassic World: Dominion, has offered fans the first look with a new poster and a still image of a feathered Dinosaur. Universal Pictures also confirmed in a statement that a preview will debut in IMAX theatres exclusively ahead of Fast and Furious 9.

Expectations are high for the third installment from the Jurassic World franchise. So far, the studio has assured an epic prologue scene paying homage to the original dinosaurs that ruled the Earth 65 million years ago. Let it be clear that these creatures are OG. The press release also revealed the scene will feature new dinosaur species as it dives into the most pivotal moment when the prehistoric mosquito has an encounter with a T-rex.

The 5-minute teaser preview will feature this opening scene. Speaking to EW, Director Colin Trevorrow described the sequence stating:

“It begins the story that we’re telling in Dominion, It’s a bit of a self-indulgent thing for the child in me because I always wanted to see dinosaurs as they were in the Cretaceous period.”

The prologue scene transitions to show the events that are unfolding after 2018’s Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Nature has found its way with Dinosaurs frecking havoc in the modern world as a T-rex rams through a drive-in movie theatre. It’s currently unknown if a shorter version of the preview is set for release anytime soon.

Enduring the pandemic has been tough on the Entertainment industry with a number of blockbusters-worthy titles like Jurassic World: Dominion being delayed due to unforeseen lockdowns. But on the plus side, it seems to have impacted the film beneficially during post-production.

In an interview with Empire, Trevorrow addressed his experience working on the Dominion project’s post-production work remotely and how the film’s delay helped them:

“A couple of things, from a film-making standpoint,” Trevorrow added. “Normally, because we’re always cramped and trying to make the release date, especially in some of the territories where we’re releasing earlier, we’re finishing visual effects while we’re mixing sound, and right after we do the score. This time, we actually got to do all of those things separately, and on their own time. Especially the sound mix — we will be completely done with visual effects when we’re mixing sound. So, it’s just a very humane way to make a movie. I wish I could do it this way all the time. It’s definitely taken a bit of the intensity out of what that process normally is.”

Jurassic World: Dominion was initially set to release this month but due to the pandemic – the film’s release was rescheduled for June 10, 2022.




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