Universal release the first look at Jurassic World: Dominion poster and everyone is losing their minds.
It’s dinosaur season again and the whole crew is in on this one.
That’s right, Jurassic World 3 is coming to a screen near you in 2022. While there is still much mystery about Jurassic World: Dominion, the very first Jurassic World: Dominion poster has just been released to the public. We’re pretty fond of the old-school approach already.
Here’s what we can make from the upcoming blockbuster, and everything we know about the film to date.
How many Jurassic Park films have there been?
Jurassic World: Dominion is the sixth instalment in the Jurassic series, and is said to be the finale to the entire catalogue to date.
Just to confuse matters, there are three Jurassic Park films: the first in 1993 (yes you are that old), it’s follow up – Jurassic Park: The Lost World (1997), and Jurassic Park III (2001).
After that, we’re introduced to the first in the Jurassic World trilogy (2015), followed by the most recent Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom (2019), and soon – Jurassic World: Dominion.
Set for release on 10 June 2022, there’s only a year left to wait, giving you just enough time to refresh your knowledge on the previous five hits.
See you in a year
So, back to the poster. It may have been 65 million years in the making, but the new marketing release from Colin Trevorrow’s upcoming blockbuster is already breaking the internet.
The iconic piece of art, because frankly that’s what it is, suggests that the Jurassic World Dominion plot will be faithful to its origins.
Featuring a mosquito sucking on what appears to be scaly dinosaur skin (either that or Jeff Goldblum has let himself go) the iconic Jurassic Park skeleton emblem glimmers just below.
This is a nod to the very reason why Jurassic park came to be, and how it all started. The amber emblem is of course the frozen mosquito which John Hammond kept in his cane. This compounded by the tagline “It All Started Here” is a clear message that this sextet is going full-circle.
In the background of the poster, a perfect orange sun sets into the night. It’s hard to decipher if it’s melting into smoke, clouds, mountains, or a forest in the background – all adding to the suspense and slight unease; the sort you have before reach the tipping point of a roller coaster.
Altogether, it conjures up apocalyptic visions of calmness before the storm, teasing us with a new dawn…. we can’t decide if it will be for better, or worse. If the poster is anything to go by, we’re certainly in for a ride.
Jurassic World: Dominion plot?
While Jurassic World: Dominion plot has been shrouded in secrecy and mystery, director Colin Trevorrow has described the movie as “a celebration of the whole franchise”, calling it “a culmination of one story that’s been told”.
This statement by Trevorrow is made evident by the return of OG Jurassic Park cast members Sam Niell as Alan Grant and Jeff Goldblum as Ian Malcolm.
Twitter: Feathers. #JurassicWorldDominion
Follow @colintrevorrow for further Jurassic World: Dominion updates.
Who are the Jurassic World Dominion new dinosaurs?
Speaking of dinosaurs, let’s take a moment to get excited about some new cast members. Going back in time, there will be seven new dinosaurs that have never been seen in any of the previous five movies before.
The Jurassic World Dominion new dinosaurs are: Giganotosaurus, Oviraptor,
Nasutoceratops, Iguanodon, Morus intrepidus, Quetzalcoatlus, and Dreadnoughtus. If you’ve been stalking twitter, you might see #feathers trending, giving a clue as to what to expect.
It’s warming to see so much love for the new Jurassic World: Dominion film, nearly thirty years since it first came into our lives.
So mark your calendar for 10 of June, 2022.
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