Universal Pictures have released new posters and promo clips for their flagship film, Jurassic World Dominionthe last chapter in the trilogy Jurassic World. This new promo poster and clip highlights how the epic dinosaur tale will unite the protagonists of the new trilogy with the iconic cast of the trilogy. Jurassic Park first. Dominion which is the ending film of the “World” trilogy will hit theaters this June 10
This cool poster features the main cast led by Velociraptor tamers Owen Grady (Chris Pratt) and Claire Dearing (Bryce Dallas Howard). The poster also features some familiar faces from the original film, as Sam Neill returns to the role of archaeologist Alan Grant, Laura Dern returns as prehistoric expert Ellie Sattler, and Jeff Goldblum appears as wise mathematician Ian Malcolm. In the poster, the entire cast appears trapped in amber, the same object that was used to recover dinosaur DNA in the original film. The poster also features a Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton in amber, the franchise’s unforgettable symbol. The promo clip also features interviews with the film’s main cast and director discussing the franchise’s conclusion.
As we know at the end Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, dinosaurs are released into the wild, with life always finding ways to disrupt human existence around the world. Because Dominion Set five years after the Fallen Kingdom, the film will show how humanity has adapted to coexist with dinosaurs. In this new era, the main protagonists of the new era and the past need to unite to prevent their own extinction, facing a threat that has so far been kept secret by the studio.
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Jurassic World Dominion also stars Isabella Sermon, Daniella Pineda, Omar Sy, Mamoudou Athie, Justice Smith, Scott Haze, Dichen Lachman, Jake Johnson, and BD Wong. Colin Trevorrow directed the film using a screenplay co-written with Emily Carmichael and a story by Trevorrow and Derek Connolly. You can read the official synopsis for the sequel below.
Four years after the Lockwood incident, dinosaurs now live—and hunt—with humans around the world. This delicate balance will reshape the future and determine once and for all whether humans will remain apex predators on the planet they now share with the most terrifying creatures in history.
As one of the most anticipated films of many years, it is expected to be a huge financial success when it is released. How critics and fans respond to it is another question, but with the return of the Jurassic Park star mixed in with that of the Jurassic World films, the new film marks the end of an era, as its new poster promises.