Jurassic World 3 director reveals Steven Spielberg’s reaction to reuniting legacy characters
Colin Trevorrow’s next sequel, Jurassic World: Dominion, sees the return of several legacy characters from legendary director Steven Spielberg’s classic monster movie in 1993, jurassic park. Audiences can’t wait for Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm and Ellie Sattler to reunite, and it looks like Spielberg himself can’t wait either, with Trevorrow revealing to Empire the beloved filmmaker’s heartwarming reaction to seeing them all together afterwards. all of this. year.
âBy the time everyone shows up for the first time together, they’re all crammed into a Jeep. And I took a picture of it and sent it to Steven [Spielberg]. He got very emotional. I don’t think even he was ready to see how moving it would be to see all of these characters he loves, and the people he loves, look amazing and have an adventure together.
Steven Spielberg was of course the one who brought the three doctors together in the first place, and clearly seeing them together again was a poignant experience for him. As it will undoubtedly be for the public in June of next year.
While many expected the jurassic park threesome would simply have cameos in Jurassic World: Dominion, in the same way that Jeff Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm appeared in the previous episode Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, director Colin Trevorrow assured fans that was far from the case. Story details are mostly kept under wraps at this time, but it has been revealed that Sam Neill’s Dr Alan Grant, Laura Dern’s Dr Ellie Sattler and Jeff Goldblum’s Dr Ian Malcolm will team up with Jurassic World Characters Chris Pratt as Owen Grady and Bryce Dallas Howard as Claire Dearing, with the film balancing the two sets of heroes.
âA movie like this, with our legacy characters playing as big a role as our modern characters, it’s hard to put it all together in a way that has momentum, and it’s not a five hours. It was nice to have the time to make sure each character is honored the way they should be.
It seems the experience of returning to this dinosaur infested world was emotional for everyone involved, with Laura Dern describing the experience of working with the jurassic park re-presented as’ extraordinary ‘, adding,’ I feel really excited and privileged to be a part of something that basically you know was an environmental message thanks to [book author] Michael Crichton a long time ago. ”
Apart from the trio of jurassic park Good guys, Jurassic World: Dominion will also feature the return of a long forgotten villain. While most of the film remains a mystery, Trevorrow recently revealed that none other than Lewis Dodgson will also be making a comeback as the film’s villain. “He’s the main villain in both [Crichton’s] novels, and I think what Campbell did with the character is just amazing, âTrevorrow said of Campbell Scott’s performance. âI can’t wait for people to see it. ”
Delayed for one year due to current global circumstances, Jurassic World: Dominion is now slated for a theatrical release on June 10, 2022, by Universal Pictures.
The actor was previously the only one to appear in the original trilogy and the Jurassic World films, but that all changes in the sixth installment next year.
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