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Even though production in Hollywood has stopped for quite some time now, this doesn’t mean work cannot continue from home. For Jurassic World: Dominion director Colin Trevorrow, this is exactly the case. The director is working from home and even shares a picture of his work on his Instagram. In his post, director Trevorrow shows an image from his upcoming film, an image of a figure with a bike near a warehouse of some kind and some debris. Probably caused by a dinosaur, because why not in this case?
Dinosaurs Roaming The Country Freely in Jurassic World: Dominion
Plot details for Jurassic World: Dominion is still a secret for now. However, we can still predict what will come in the next movie. In the ending of Jurassic World 3, we saw how dinosaurs escaped their cages to escape in the world of man. The genetically engineered dinosaurs ran out towards the wild and into nearby towns and cities.
In the tweet below, although the topic is about coronavirus, it also talks about the new Jurassic World movie. There is a set of the snow-covered mountainous region, suggesting that part of the movie will take us several altitudes up to and into snowy mountains. You can see it below:
Aerial photos reveal how coronavirus has left Jurassic World and Disney's The Little Mermaid movie sets shut down and void of life https://t.co/GshBEXgjya— Daily Mail Celebrity (@DailyMailCeleb) March 28, 2020
Check out the director’s picture below:
Jurassic World: Dominion will also see the return of old actors and their characters. Chris Pratt even said that they are bringing everyone back on board. This possibly means that Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum will be returning, the stars from the original trilogy Jurassic Park. Jake Johnson, Omar Sy, Daniella Pineda and Justice Smith will also mark their return, they starred in recent movies of the franchise. DeWanda Wise, Dichen Lachman, and Mamoudou Athie will join Bryce Dallas Howard and Pratt for the movie as newcomers.
The movie was to release in 2021 but it was delayed to 2022.