Jurassic World: Dominion is, without any doubt, one of the most anticipated upcoming movies. Unfortunately, the show’s release date has been sliding down the calendar due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Currently, it is slated to hit the screens on 11th June 2021; let’s hope that it doesn’t delay anymore.
The fans are already restless for the movie, and here, Colin Trevorrow is teasing the fans by dropping the first look of the film. We know that it will be the final movie, but we don’t know exactly what’s going down this time. Dominion’s director took to Instagram and posted a picture of his screen at home on 1st April 2020 with the caption, “Working from home.” When it comes to Jurassic World, one might think that the first look will have some teeth in it, but there was no dinosaur in sight, just a figure on a dusty street with a bicycle.
Another teaser photo was shared by the director, Colin Trevorrow, with the Jurassic Park fansite. The picture is of a cold storage container labeled “Site B Isla Sorna.” We know that Isla Sorna was featured in Jurassic Park: The Lost World and Jurassic park 3. We are not sure if Dominion will take us to Isla Sorna in the current timeline or a flashback. According to some theories, Isla Sorna is InGen’s secret location, hidden from other scientists where the cloned dinosaurs are kept. Isla Nublar is no longer in the picture, so we might see Isla Sorna in Jurassic World: Dominion.
Iconic trio; Neill, Dern, and Goldblum will reunite in Jurassic World: Dominion. Recently, Neill wrote about the halt in the filming of the movie. He confirmed that Dominion is on hold, but he assured the fans that they will return, and they will get back to work soon, doing what he loves the most! He also added that many worse things are going around in the world right now than a delayed movie. Well, our favorite actors are back on set! Director Colin Trevorrow posted the first look of Neill, Dern, and Goldblum’s reunion. On 23rd October 2020, Trevorrow simply captioned the post; Back! Amblin Entertainment, the production company, confirmed that the crew and cast are back to work. They all were tested negative two weeks ago, but the filming was halted for precautionary measures, and now they are back.
Back. pic.twitter.com/OC9f5Z0k6H— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) October 23, 2020