In a world without Covid-19, Jurassic World Dominion It would have premiered this Friday, June 11. The end of the Jurassic World trilogy would also close the entire Jurassic Park saga, by bringing back the three original protagonists: Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum. However, as the Doctor malcolm, there are things that cannot be predicted, that are beyond our control, a sudden, radical change, intertwined in the very fabric of existence, and with which we must learn to coexist.
The pandemic struck in the middle of the filming of Jurassic World Dominion, directed again by Colin Trevorrow, which together with the closing of theaters, led Universal to the decision to delay its premiere for a whole year. Now it will be released June 10, 2022. The good news is that we won’t have to wait long to see your first images.
Sam neill, the actor who played Alan Grant in 1993 and 2001, and who returns in this film, has shared on Twitter a new teaser poster from the movie, confirming that The first preview of Jurassic World Dominion to be seen in IMAX theaters before the screening of Fast and Furious 9 (also from Universal).
“Special Extended Preview” it probably means a scene from the movie, clipped but longer, so it’s probably not a trailer. And the fact that it is going to be aired in IMAX theaters with Fast and Furious 9 may mean that they are not going to premiere it on their official YouTube channels (or at least, they will let it be screened earlier in theaters). We will be up to date.
Despite the delay of the next film, the dinofans have had a lot of material these months with the three seasons to date of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, the Netflix animated series that turned up the heat with the third installment, released in May, which featured connections to The Fallen Kingdom.
Are you looking forward to seeing the preview of Jurassic World Dominion? Fast and Furious 9 premieres in Spain on July 2, 2021, although in the United States it comes out a week before, on June 24.