Jurassic World Dominion Director Shares a Map of a Dino-Infested World

Posted 2022/04/22 17 0


Colin Trevorrow is bringing something big to cinemas this summer with Jurassic World Dominion, and he has shared a new image showing the dino crisis.

Jurassic World Dominion is looking to bring the dinosaur franchise to a conclusion, for now, in a spectacular fashion this summer as it brings the prehistoric beasts of the past crashing into the real world like never before. Now director Colin Trevorrow has shared a new image showing a map of the United States that shows exactly where the dinosaurs have ended up following the conclusion of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. Taking place four years on from the end of the last movie, it is clear to see that life has indeed found a way, and it is one that hasn’t particularly worked well for the human race.

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Jurassic World Dominion is set to bring the past and present together in more ways than one when the delayed sequel is finally unleashed in June. Having seen a working version of John Hammond’s dream come crashing down in Jurassic World, and the destruction of Isla Nublar in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, this year’s third movie will see dinosaurs and people cohabiting in the world, and from the trailers it is clear to see that this is not a harmonious co-existence. Also featuring the return of original Jurassic Park cast members Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum, the film promises to be the end of an era, and potentially the start of a new one.

Director Colin Trevorrow has now shared a map of the U.S. detailing the migration of all types of dinosaurs across the country. The “North American Dinosaur Sightings” map gives a clear indication that this has become a true Jurassic World, with a large number of dinosaurs remaining on the West Coast, while others have spread as far as Illinois and even Alaska, where the water-based Mosasaurus seems to have found a home. Although the movie will take in other countries, this is a good look at just how big the dinosaur problem has become.

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While the map gives a look at many of the dinosaurs that could be featuring in the movie, there are some absences from the list that are most notable as they have already been seen in the trailer, such as the Giga and the return of the Dilophosaurus after being left out of the sequels. These dinosaurs will likely come into play as part of the storyline that involves InGen’s long-term rivals BioSyn, the company who attempted to steal embryos via Dennis Nedry in Jurassic Park and have clearly enlisted the services of Henry Wu. It is likely that these missing dinosaurs will appear at the BioSyn lab that will be seen in movie.

While the main plot of the film is being kept under wraps, there has been plenty of footage shown in various trailers to suggest that Jurassic World: Dominion is going big. “Why do they always have to be bigger?” asks Goldblum’s Ian Malcolm at one point. Well, having spent so much time on an island, this time the Jurassic World franchise has finally been unshackled and Dominion is promising to be the one of the biggest movies of the year when it releases on June 10.

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