The shooting of “Jurassic World 3” has already ended. Now a new picture has emerged that could give us clues as to the plot.
It will take a little more than a year for “ Jurassic World 3: Dominion ” to appear in theaters, but at least the production of the film has been completed. Due to the coronavirus, the project was not that easy and the dinosaur filming had to endure some delays and postponements, which is why the sequel will not start in the movie theaters until June 9, 2022. Fans of the series have to be patient, but at least a new picture has appeared that could not only give us clues about the plot but also seems to be a fun Easter egg.
The picture shows Chris Pratt and Omar Sy receiving instructions from director Colin Trevorrow. Meanwhile, the two ” Jurassic World” stars are on a boat that bears the label You can see the picture here at Empire. Some ” Jaws “fans would have these titles sound familiar because is a song of Haifanger Quint in the first part of Steven Spielberg’s singing blockbuster.
But what about the picture and the Easter Egg? Perhaps Chris Pratt and Omar Sy could go on a trip across the water and encounter the dangerous Mosasaurus. After all, after the end of Jurassic World: The Fallen Kingdom, we know that the giant dinosaur reptile expanded its hunting ground beach. This also explains the allusion to “The great white shark”.
Director Colin Trevorrow on the corona situation on the set.
In the newly published picture, director Trevorrow spoke about the entire corona situation and how little time the entire team had available, there was always a concern that team members or actors could become infected due to the increase in corona cases. Certain scenes would be partially unfinished and new recordings would not have been timed, as the director himself confirms:
“The scariest moment was when we only had a few weeks left and the cases went up exponentially. Because we had the crew we had and the actors were always on set, we were able to speed up what we were doing. But we definitely feared that we might have a film that was nine-tenths finished and would stay that way. ”
Fortunately, the crew finally managed to finish on time. Filmstudio Universal had to invest a lot of money for the entire filming under the pandemic-related measures. Hopefully next year we will find out whether the risk and effort paid off in the end because then the dinosaur cracker should be shown on the big screen.