The long-awaited and highly anticipated sequel Jurassic World: Dominion is officially in the box. After praising lead photography last year, director Colin Trevorrow and the editing team added the effects and other adjustments needed to fine-tune the film during the post-production process. Now Trevorrow has revealed that part of the filmmaking process has just ended as well, which means Domination is a finished product just begging to hit theaters next year.
“Last night we put the last reverb piece on the last roar”, Colin Trevorrow said on Twitter. “Thanks to Al Nelson, Gwen Whittle, Pete Horner, Chris Boyes and everyone at Skywalker Sound for putting so much heart and soul into our mix for Jurassic World: Dominion. It’s alive.”
Literally a year to the day before posting this message, Colin Trevorrow had announced that filming had ended on the project. He posted an image taken on set and wrote in the caption: “Wrap up Jurassic World: Dominion. All my gratitude to our team and our amazing actors. We made a family. “
If you recognize this man on the left in the photo, you might be a jurassic park fan. Original jurassic park star Sam Neill is one of many cast members to return for Jurassic World: Dominion, as he will return alongside Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and BD Wong. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are also back from the Jurassic World films with other returning stars of the franchise including Daniella Pineda, Isabella Sermon, Justice Smith and Omar Sy.
Full plot details were not disclosed on Jurassic World: Dominion, but Trevorrow suggested that the film would essentially tell two different stories, each building themselves separately until they finally intersect. In an interview with Collider, Trevorrow explained that the reasoning behind making the film this way was to try to prevent audiences from knowing exactly what was going to happen next.
âYou’re telling two parallel stories that are getting closer and closer, and you understand that, and you start to understand how they’re going to intersect, and then they do,â the director said. âBut it’s not a traditional way of structuring a movie. And so, the way we built it, moved things around and tried to figure out, it’s just a lot less of a gift, I think, than it is. would be if you followed that traditional storyline structure, where everyone knows what’s going on on page twelve. “
This film will more than likely be a huge box office hit, as the Jurassic World films were absolute behemoths when they were released. There are tentative plans to make more movies in the series after Domination is released. It has been suggested that this new world established after Domination can follow humans adjusting to a life with dinosaurs on the mainland.
Jurassic World: Dominion is currently slated to hit theaters by Universal Pictures on June 10, 2022. It’s still a bit of a wait, but at least Colin Trevorrow and the editing team have the long-awaited sequel all set for that date. exit to get here. This news comes to us from Colin Trevorrow on Twitter.
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